Challenging Pascal’s Wager

Blaise Pascal (1623 – 1662) was a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer, and Christian philosopher. He invented the first digital calculator to help his father who worked on collecting taxes. Pascal wrote a work called “Pensées” which means “thoughts.” There are 13 sections in the document with 1 appendix. The famous “Pascal’s Wager” is found…

How We View: Duck Dynasty

With the start of season 4 of Ducky Dynasty airing tonight on A&E, I thought it would be rather fitting to write another blog in the series called “How We View…” where I look at popular television shows through the looking glass of a Christian. When Duck Dynasty first appeared on television, I saw a…