Monday, June 13, 2016

New site is here!

As the old saying goes, the enemy of good is perfect.

So it goes with my new site, as I told you about in the last two posts.We have to move on!

And yes, now you can check out the new site!

There I want to continue to have a platform "Where Science, Reason & Christianity Meet."

As you will see, the site has a total makeover. I have added a speakers page to answer common questions for those who want me talk to their group. Also, I added a store page where I link to many great resource so you can dig deeper.

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The old IBITE logo is going by the wayside too for the new iApologa logo. The "crossed Z" logo has been switched for the gecko silhouette. see, the gecko is one of those animals with some really great designs, especially its feet. Not sure what's so cool about the gecko feet? Well start your search out at by visiting a past post on the gecko (click here), then feel free to continue the conversation at!

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Sunday, June 12, 2016

New Site Comming Tomorrow!

My last post noted that a new site was coming. It is just around the corner! I plan on making it go live tomorrow: Monday, June 13, 2016.

Brand new site, brand new name, brand new logo.

In the mean time, if you have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email off to the side or comment below. Also, if you know of those who would be interested, feel free to forward them the latest information!

Monday, May 30, 2016

IBITE Blog News, Big Changes Coming!

I've been quiet of late...but I’ve not been idle, behind the scenes that is. You see, I've been chomping at the bit for sometime to update. IBITE blog needs to grow a little. It needs to be a little more official and more focused.

I’m excited to say that what this means is we have a new site coming!

It’s still in the works, but it’s coming along well.

So what can you expect?'s going to have four major changes.

1) It’s going to have a total makeover and have a much more professional feel. This update will make it more flexible in adding content and give more options behind the scenes. This translates into a richer and fuller experience for you.

2) Another item I’ve added is a speaker’s page. Some have requested more information about me and my speaking topics.

3) There are some posts that are superficial tastes of the topics. So many times there are many resources that I know about or have that I would like to share with you. The main area for these resources will be on a “Store page”. On that page, I’ll give you links to items I recommend from Amazon and other places.

4) I’ve been advised that the name needs an update, more descriptive. So what is the new name you ask? Well that is going to have to be a secret! In other words, you will have to stay tuned to find out! I'll tell you on day zero :)

Alright, there you be! Now you have the lowdown. Keep sharing the site with others and feel free to keep in contact by commenting below the posts! I would love to hear from you. Also, one thing from you, what other changes would you like for the site? Feel free to tell me by commenting below or email me off to the side.

Saturday, May 7, 2016

5 Amazing "Alien Technologies" in Life That Strike Down Darwinistic Evolution

Terrestrial Alien technology

Digging in the deep jungle tangle, you are in search for lost ancient civilizations. Finding primitive technology is your expected end because of the surrounding primitive cultures.

Your slow sleepy digging suddenly is awakened by the earth's yawning mouth, you are plunged down into the bowels of the earth. A hidden cavern awaits your arrival. Heart pounding, you crawl over the mess, and then you stumble into a maze of artifacts.

Monday, April 25, 2016

The Comfortable Christianity Conundrum and Why You Should be Concerned

The Christian Martyrs' Last Prayer | Public Domain
We like our comfort. We like are personal peace. We like our prosperity. However, if your Christianity is comfortable, you are not a Christian after the breed of the Apostles and ancients. In fact, not even like Jesus! Now I'm not trying to tell you that you should seek out an "uncomfortable life". No. I am saying if you are doing as the Bible teaches, you will not be comfortable!

Nor does Christianity mean going to "church". We don't go to “church”. We are the Church. If you just "go to church", you are not a Christian. Sitting on a bench or chair at "church" does not make you any more Christian than sitting in a garage makes you a car. Nor is sitting through a sermon, homily or lecture fulfill your Christian duty, your Christian duty is much bigger, changing lives; yours and others. Christians who are part of the Church are followers of Christ. A servant of God. A citizen of God's kingdom. A mimicker of the Master.

Sunday, April 10, 2016

One Life Mystery That Is Destroying Darwinism But Points To The Creator

Exponential Life - Epigenetics Deepens the Mystery of Design

I was blown away when the scientist said it; my mind yelled, "What? That's crazy!" His topic was the famous, or maybe infamous, tiny friend living down in our lower digestive tract, Escherichia coli (E. coli) bacteria. He said that, on average, any given strain of E. coli shares about twenty percent of its core genes with any other E. coli -bacterial strain. In other words, about twenty percent of the E. coli genes are shared by all strains, but around eighty percent can very throughout the species!*

One possible explanation for this phenomenon is that other information-carrying structures besides deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) may partly define the E. coli's final shape. This was startling news to me, for throughout my early biology education, I had understood DNA to be something like destiny.*

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Has Science Killed God? Four Reasons Why That Idea Does Not Make Sense.

Some atheists say things like "science has fired God" or "science killed God." What about some who say "science is making belief in God obsolete and incoherent"? Or what about this, "we are getting smarter and we can now explain things without invoking God."

Just like a previous post, "Reason vs. Faith", where I argue that reason and faith are compatible, I want to make a similar claim here, science and God are compatible. There is no conundrum.

Most damaging to the "science makes God obsolete" idea, is science is dependent upon Christian ideology, like a child to her mother. Like the rest of life, such as beliefs and cultures, how we interpret the world is based upon the presuppositions that form our worldview. Science is no different. Modern science arose only once in history and in one place, Christian Europe. The culture was saturated with the Christian faith and philosophy.

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