I had barely posted on the fact that the story of Noah's ark makes at least slightly more sense when one includes hyper-fast evolution, when the blog The Layman's Answer to Everything posted about the story of Noah's ark being a parable of evolution. When the metaphorical flood comes, the fittest survive.
Then Chris Brady shared a cartoon depicting creation in a manner that sci-fi fans and neo-Gnostics alike should appreciate:
Meanwhile, Ben Stanhope responded to Answers in Genesis, pointing out some issues at the Creation Museum, including one so glaring that even the Answers in Genesis website acknowledges it is wrong!
And finally, Brian Bibb posted on selective Bible reading and Biblical illiteracy, saying:
There…is the problem of biblical literacy. Even those who claim to take their faith seriously often have a profoundly underdeveloped knowledge of the Bible. And even if they do know its contents, there is a shocking lack of careful interpretation in the church. If people really knew the Bible, con-men like Joel Osteen and Ken Ham would be out of business.