Home surveillance for the holidays

December 11, 2015

The Internet of Things promises to make life more efficient, enjoyable and secure by connecting everything you own–and even your body–directly to the Internet. But anything that’s linked to the cloud can be watched or hacked.

Dinosaur blood

December 10, 2015

Dinosaur blood was confirmed in fossilized bone. Scientists are now trying to find a way to explain how organic molecules survived for 80 million years.

Your brain on Wi-Fi

December 9, 2015

Transhumanists see a future where our brains are wirelessly connected to the Internet, giving us godlike powers. Besides being a breathtakingly bad idea, this sci-fi vision has become an alternate religion, promising heaven on a silicon chip.

Magog vs. Rosh

December 8, 2015

More tit-for-tat as the feud between Turkey and Russia continues to heat up.

San Bernardino wasn’t a surprise

December 7, 2015

Lt. Col. Bob Maginnis, author of the new book Never Submit, explains why he predicted that an event like the tragic terror attack in San Bernardino was imminent a week before it occurred.

The judges

December 6, 2015

WE BEGIN our study of the second of the Historical Books, Judges. It chronicles Israel’s slide into apostasy and chaos, showing the need for a godly king to lead them. Click here for the notes and the audio from the study.

Bible study archive

December 6, 2015

Some have asked for an easier way to access the archive of Bible studies Sharon and I have recorded over the past year. It’s here–finally! Click here for the Gilbert House Fellowship archive.

The week humanity’s future was decided

December 4, 2015

Scientists around the world gathered in Washington, D.C. this week for an historic summit. Global experts debated and discussed the scientific, ethical, and governance issues associated with human gene-editing research.

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