Chromosomes and Creationism

The above is based on a comment I made in a Facebook group: The evidence for chromosomal fusion in humans compared to other primates is unambiguous evidence either of common ancestry, or of a Creator who deceitfully made it look like we share a common ancestor with other primates. I cannot fathom why anyone who [Read More...]

Free Live Streaming of Bill Nye Ken Ham Debate

For those who have wanted to see and hear the upcoming debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham, but have not wanted to give money to support the Creation Museum, there is good news. A website has been set up to livestream the debate, at http://debatelive.org/     [Read more...]

Twitter Hashtag for Nye-Ham Debate: #hamonnye

The official Twitter hashtag for coverage of the Bill Nye vs. Ken Ham debate has been announced by the folks at Geek Goes Rogue. And it is easy to remember, thanks to the great pun. It is #hamonnye  :-) Our twitter hashtag for the coverage of the Ham/Nye debate will be #hamonnye. Follow along! #atheist #christian [Read More...]

Organisms Do Evolve

Enjoy this science literacy parody of the Miley Cyrus song “Wrecking Ball.” [Read more...]

Patheos Posts on the Real Nye-Ham Debate

Today I made a spoof post about the upcoming debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye, but there have been a lot of more serious treatments of the subject, including a number here on Patheos blogs. Evangelicals are not necessarily more likely to side with Ken Ham than other Christians. Geek Goes Rogue will be [Read More...]

Progressive Christianity is a Threat to Ken Ham’s Deceptions

Ken Ham has gone on record as saying that progressive Christianity is dangerous. This is good news. Any authentic Christianity ought to seem dangerous to oppressors and charlatans and the narrow-minded. Otherwise, we are doing it wrong. Among the ironic things Ham said was this gem: Apparently they call this sort of thing ‘Progressive Christianity.’ [Read More...]

False Dichotomy

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Creationist Quote Mining

This demotivational poster about young-earth creationist and Intelligent Design proponent quote-mining was inspired (or perhaps I should say demotivated?) by recent discussions here on the blog. [Read more...]

Geocentrism is Better than Young-Earth Creationism

I recently had a comment left on my blog by what appears to be a bona fide geocentrist. I had been planning on blogging about the topic, since it had come up on a couple of other blogs I read. Brandon Withrow blogged about a movie called “The Principle” which promotes geocentrism. It appears to [Read More...]

God and Evolution: Your Options

Here is another comment on this blog that seemed worth sharing in a post, this time from Stuart32: It’s not a question of evolution versus Christianity. If the theory of evolution is true then any objection you might have against it is also an objection against God’s way creating us. But if the theory isn’t [Read More...]

Five Awful Reasons to Teach Creationism in Schools

Jack Wellman has posted five really awful reasons to teach creationism in schools. He doesn’t seem to know that they are awful, and so let me briefly explain. 1) There are no criticisms of evolution: Wellman complains that there are no criticisms of evolution in textbooks even though it is (in scientific technical terminology he [Read More...]


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