Killer whales not made for killer entertainment
Although Seaworld does some good, marine creatures’ health is crucial.
Cycling deserves its popularity
Using a bicycle for transportation could solve a variety of urban problems.
Fracking fails the future
While hydraulic fracturing fosters economic growth, it irreversibly damages the environment and human health.
Theology reigns as queen of sciences
The study of God is not only important in humanities, but also most significant in the sciences.
We can glorify God through more than just “Christian music”
Music, even if not explicitly Christian, still can depict the true and the beautiful.
Scientists must acknowledge morality’s multiple dimensions
Lewis Waha responds to articles concluding that religious children are less moral than secular ones.
Guns and college students do not mix
Firearms pose a greater danger on campuses than other locations.