In four crazy parts that Anderson put up online himself afterwards.  It’s a wild listen. Part 1: Anderson makes clear that the Bible calls for hate and so that’s why he hates.  He makes clear that he thinks he believes every gay person in the world is a predator and every homosexual he has known has been a predator. I believe that every homosexual in the world is a deviant, is evil, and is a predator that is out to… Read more

Michael Rinehart is wise on how to handle ultimatums and on how not to read the Bible: I have a letter from an angry member, who is threatening to leave the church if I don’t do this or that, or say this or that. I sit on the couch and smile, but it is a sad smile. In the light of Ultimate Things, this member’s petty manipulation seems so badly focused, his anger so misdirected, for a hundred reasons, I’m… Read more

Greta Christina sends out the rallying cry: momentum is huge in politics. A win makes the next campaign on the issue seem less radical and less scary; not just for voters, but for politicians and public figures, who are way more likely to fight for a cause if it looks like it already has some traction. A win energizes and inspires the winners; a loss tends to demoralize the losers, and forces them to retrench. Plus, for better or worse,… Read more

This seems like no-brainer wonderful news to me: The prospect of a human baby with three biological parents has moved closer after scientists created monkeys using a technique that one day could stop children from inheriting severe genetic diseases. The birth of four healthy macaque monkeys in the US offers the strongest evidence yet that DNA can be transplanted safely from one egg to another to correct genetic defects that damage health. The successful experiment in a close human relative… Read more

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Unreasonable Faith has a great find: Read more

Unbelievably brazen, I cannot believe it took 3 years to strike down this baldly unconstitutional law: A judge on Wednesday struck down a 2006 state law that required the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security to stress “dependence on Almighty God as being vital to the security of the commonwealth.” Franklin Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate ruled that the law violated the First Amendment’s protection against the establishment of a state religion. Homeland Security officials have been required for three years to… Read more

What the hell, right? (via Stupid Evil Bastard) Your Thoughts? Read more

We’re incredibly excited to have our first guest contributors to join Dave and I posting on Camels With Hammers.  Earlier we saw Robert’s guest contribution on his observations at the Creation Museum.  And now we’re excited to announce that in the near future we will feature guest posts from Sara, the witty, passionate, and intellectually vigorous blogger at Sendai Anonymous, whose posts we previously featured here and here. Plus you can find her important contrasting viewpoint to a recent post… Read more

Keeping up with the amusement church theme found on the rest of the grounds, Profit Prophet Ham has a lovely little petting zoo, perhaps one of the two interactive exhibits available to catch the attention of children. Read more

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