One reliable sign that a blogger is taking a stand for truth and open to following the evidence where it leads is when a negative post about them appears at Answers in Genesis. Joel Watts has now had this honor. Keep up the good work! Joel and Rod already have responses and comments posted.
I love that AiG’s “refutation” of his point about unicorns is a link to their earlier article that inspired Joel to comment on the subject in the first place.
Elsewhere around the blogosphere, Mike Beidler addresses the issue of a mythological Adam.
Charles Halton shares a classic bit of publishing wit (why a publisher might opt not to accept certain classic manuscripts if it were sent them today).
Via AMIR, hell is online, and we’re reminded about an issue of <i>Oral Tradition</i> related to Biblical studies.
Finally, Peter Kirk and That Jeff Carter have responses to my Harmonizing Judas meme. They don’t have to be in the sci-fi, genre, although I like the ones that have been so far! Time travel helps a lot!