Thomas Sowell’s Interesting Points on IQ

In his interview with Crowder, Sowell made at least four points I thought were interesting related to IQ, showing IQ to be more nurture and less genetic than previously thought: The first-born child has higher IQ than a later born child. The only child has a higher IQ than the average first-born child. Twins have … Read more Thomas Sowell’s Interesting Points on IQ

Dembski on Miracles and Nature

I have written from time to time on the plausibility of miracles and what exactly should be considered a miracle. One such article was my relatively recent word study “Defining a Biblical Miracle.” I had recalled a great video by Dembski where he touches on the subject of miracles and nature but had not been … Read more Dembski on Miracles and Nature

Societal Evolution From a Free Market Perspective

Many economists, myself included, believe that a free market optimizes societal growth. As I argue in one of my older YouTube videos I believe this to be more than simply a financial or economic growth, I believe it is a moral optimization process as well. Go ahead and skip toward 10:48: So the idea is … Read more Societal Evolution From a Free Market Perspective