HOT SPRINGS, AR—After being convicted by the clear teaching of Scripture with regards to certain aspects of his deeply ingrained theological and political worldview, local man Lenny Barton took to his social media accounts to [ Read More … ]
Confirmation bias is the tendency to search for, interpret, favor, and recall information in a way that confirms one’s preexisting beliefs or hypotheses. It is a type of cognitive bias and a systematic error of [ Read More … ]
This is blog post from Greg Koukl. He is a blogger for ‘Stand to Reason’. A Christian blog written to better equip Christians for apologetics.
Human beings are remarkably prone to ‘see’ things that are not, in truth, there.
The following script is from the movie Hunt for the Red October (Sean Connery, Alec Baldwin). The Americans are trying to track down a new Russian sub that can move undetected and could possibly be [ Read More … ]
The following illustration highlights the difference between unlikely theories which are manipulated to fit the evidence at great lengths with theories which are strongly confirmed by the evidence.