AIG Busted is highlighting recent observations of evolution producing new “information” and Science Avenger also mentions Behe’s denial of it. Michael White discusses where genes come from. Wesley Elsberry discusses Tom Willis’ problem. Bob Cornwall looks for middle ground in the evolution wars. eSkeptic highlights the Templeton Foundation’s free book on whether science makes belief in God obsolete, as does Liberal Pastor. And apparently Expelled is still hoping to make a comeback. Panda’s Thumb ranks highly among education blogs. Obama gets the science right.
For those interested in the ancient world, lots of papyrii have been added to that wonderful resource, archive.org. Phil Sumpter draws attention to some New Testament scholars’ lectures available in online videos. Doug Chaplin has a post about anachronism and reading the Bible. There’s a new review of April DeConick’s book The Thirteenth Apostle.