Frederick Meekins is a worldview analyst and Internet columnist. He holds a BS from the University of Maryland in Political Science/History and a MA in Apologetics & Christian Philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary. Frederick holds a Doctor of Practical Theology through the Master's Graduate School Of Divinity in Evansville, Indiana. Dr. Meekins is pursuing a Ph.D. in Apologetics through Newburgh Theological Seminary. His research interests include Worldview Application, Christian Apologetics, The Implications of Aberrant Theologies & Ideologies, Futurology, Eschatology, Science Fiction, Terrorism Studies, Environmentalism, Education Policy and America's Judeo-Christian Foundations. Dr. Meekins is also an ordained Non-Denominational Minister and listed in "Who's Who In America" and in "Who's Who Of Emerging Leaders".
To many, they are merely figments of the imagination epitomizing either the mark of creative genius or insanity depending upon the context in which they are mentioned. However, UFO’s or extraterrestrials may prove to be one of the greatest apologetic challenges of the twenty-first century. In “Scanners Set To Discernment: An Evangelical Appraisal Of Extraterrestrial Spirituality”
To the unsuspecting, apologetics has something to do with saying that you're sorry. However, in Never Sorry: Confronting Perennial Theological Challenges With Apologetics, columnist Frederick Meekins presents his decades of study in this field to provide insight into the confusing times in which we live. In so doing, it is his hope to provide reassurances regarding the timelessness of Christian
This edition of the Calloused Digit consists of but is not limited to the following content: “What Other Doctrines Will Be Allegorized Away?”, “Mount McKinley Renamed In Act Of Cultural Appeasement”, “Will Refugee Crisis Exacerbate Obama's Messianic Psychosis?“ and “Beatnik Merchants Feign Posture Of Despising Holiday Profits”.
The The Calloused Digit is a publication of Christian thought and Conservative opinion. The following columns are among those included in the following issue: “Ultralegalist Caught Utilizing Pagan Imagery”, “Godless Cathedral Dean Wants History Censored In The Name Of Revolution”, and “Baptist Elites Turn Against Their Membership In Confederate Flag Frenzy”.
With advances in digital photography, average individuals have been empowered in an unprecedented manner to document the wonder of the world around them. In “Doodads, Whatnots & Assorted Curiosities”, social critic Frederick Meekins shares a number of interesting objects that he has spotted along the way.
In day of long ago, scribes would place news and warning of importance in prominent places for the looking to heed. Today, that tradition is continued by bloggers who accomplish that honored task through the means of advanced electronic communication.
In "Woodsy On The Rampage: The Ecology Of Radical Environmentalism", social theorist Frederick Meekins analyzes the dark underside of this pervasive ideology and how a number of the movement's most enthusiastic adherents would like to see nothing less than the destruction of the United States of America and even the extinction of the human species.
An analysis of this theological proof. With its earliest formulations put forth by Aristotle and elaborated upon by Thomas Aquinas, the cosmological argument for the existence of God is one pillar upon which classical theism is built.
This edition contains the following: (1) Some Mormons Less Cultic Than Others?, (2) Leftist Commemoration Undermines Resolve Against Terror, (3) Most Respect Needs To Be Earned, (4) Quips & Observations, (5) Headline Links
It soon became apparent that Barack Obama could not live up to his press. In "The Obama File", social theorist Frederick Meekins traces the movement of the Obama phenomena and exposes a number of the shocking ideological assumptions behind the rise of those out to destroy the American way of life.
With what the naive considered the end of the Cold War and the fall of Communism, it was assumed the world would become a much safer and more peaceful place. Nothing could be farther from the truth as the danger has increased since the alleged demise of the Soviet Union. In "Provide For The Common Defense", political thinker and social theorist Frederick Meekins examines a number of these threats.
In "Prolegomena Of The Unexplained", Dr. Frederick Meekins examines science fiction, eschatology, and the paranormal from a Christian perspective in order to provide both the believer and the perplexed with a defense against the deceptions intertwined with these topics and an explanation how these ideas can also be utilized as points of contact with those searching for the truth.