Do I Look Suspicious?

Just because you’ve seen Sith wearing hoodies, like Darth Maul or my old apprentice (before he ended up in a full-body armor suit that doesn’t really go with a hoodie) doesn’t mean that you should discriminate against everyone whom the Force is strong with. Some of us are just ordinary Jedi, trying to go about [Read More...]

Learn Grammar You Will

Via Pinterest [Read more...]

Message in the Genome?

Click through to read the rest of the comic at Scenes from a Multiverse. [Read more...]

Wearing a Hoodie has Always been Dangerous

Of course, in real life Jesus’ skin color was probably closer to that of Trayvon Martin’s than that of most of the actors that have played him in movies. Just take a look at any Middle Eastern person who spends as much time in the sun as Jesus is supposed to have… [Read more...]

Misplaced Worship

A cartoon from ASBO Jesus: [Read more...]

If You Don’t Talk To Your Kids About Philosophy, Who Will?

From Philosophy News via Marc Cortez [Read more...]

Christian Nation?

HT Jim Linville [Read more...]

Have You Had This Debate?

If so, go have some yogurt. You deserve it. From Beatrice the Biologist. HT IO9. [Read more...]

Wonka vs. Mythicists (plus the Historical Jesus, Unicorns and Atlantis)

Joel Watts – sorry, Willy Wonka – makes an apt comparison on Joel’s blog: Joel also links to my response to Carrier, and emphasizes in the process that, while matters such as whether Jesus was the Messiah are questions that depend on faith, the question of whether there was an ancient human being around whom [Read More...]

Darth Vader Reading The Only True God

I am grateful to Keika, a regular reader of and commenter on this blog, for sharing a photo of Darth Vader reading what apparently is one of his favorite books. I’m honored, both by the sharing of the photo, and by Darth Vader’s choice. [Read more...]

Do Some People Use Smartphones To Make Telephone Calls?

HT Marc Cortez The image, even if facetious, still encourages me to think that I am right to focus increasingly in my teaching on matters of digital and information literacy. If you don’t know how to track down reliable information, you won’t be effective in proving someone wrong – or God forbid, learn that you [Read More...]


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