New research shows that 94% of Americans do not hold a biblical worldview. In fact, most Americans have a syncretistic worldview, which means beliefs that feel good or are convenient, regardless of the fact that many of these ideas are mutually exclusive.
We share our impressions of the megalithic site Gilgal Refaim, which we visited during our recent tour of Israel, and what scholars have learned after fifty years of studying a site that’s bigger and much older than Stonehenge.
NASA has changed its forecast for asteroid Apophis, moving the next fly-by out to 2060. But its website for Apophis still shows a near-pass April 13, 2029—so close the asteroid will pass inside the orbits of some satellites.
This week we look ahead to 2100 and see radical life extension, the changes it will have on human behavior, and the potential problems with not being able to die even when you want to (think Revelation 9:6). Of course, all that depends on getting past asteroid Apophis in 2029.