One of the biggest problem of evangelical Christianity today is that there is that the gospel presentation is being diluted. There’s little or no presentation of repentance of sin and surrendering your life to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. A lot of those who present the Gospel ask people to make Jesus their Savior, but do not emphasize that becoming a Christian is a complete and total surrender of their lives to Jesus Christ. Hence we see a lot of alleged conversion when the truth of the matter is a lot of people never really understand that being a Christian is a life commitment for Jesus Christ.
Minimalism is not only an interior design concept, it is also a concept in living one’s life. Living with less is contrary to modern society. In our capitalistic, materialistic modern way of life a lot of us live to collect the latest items, whether it be the latest gadget, cars or accessories.
A pervasive question not only in Cognitive Archeology but also in all sciences using the evolutionary framework is this, when and how did the evolution of cognition take place? This has been the crux of the debate that has been raging since the early beginnings of the discipline.
Being a polymath is not just about balancing all of your passions and interest, it is also achieving a perfect balance in all areas of you life. If want to have perfect balance in your life and want to enhance your health, brain, social life, and mood you should try to laugh some more as studies has shown that having a good sense of humor brings about myriad of benefits in your life. While it is true that the passions we pursue as polymaths are very serious indeed, there are times that we need to let go of being serious and laugh from time to time as this has incredible benefits to our body and maintaining overall balance in life. So here are some advantages to humor and laughter.
What mental processes run in the minds of pre-historic stone knappers when they made stone tools? Do they have already have a mental image in mind when the made their stone tools? Is their design deliberate or is the output merely a response to external circumstances and constraints? How do we hypothesize what goes inside the minds of pre-historic knappers through the stone tools that they made? [Read more…]