Observable Proof of Macro-Aging

In a discussion on Facebook, a young-earth creationist demanded “observable proof of macro-evolution.” I realized that the demand is rather akin to someone asking for observable proof of aging. Perhaps one can see “micro-aging” as it occurs in one’s cells. But what proof do you have that the younger person in the photo albums in [Read More...]

Universal Grade Change Form

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Who Wants Change?

This cartoon came to my attention via Facebook and I have not tracked down the source or artist. [Read more...]

Homeopathy Mart

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How Many Librarians Does It Take To Change A Lightbulb?

I thought this was clever, and something that my friends and colleagues who are librarians would appreciate. If this is a really old joke in library circles, please do let me know!   [Read more...]

Changing Science

Young-earth creationists often adopt the dogmatic stance that they have unchanging truth, and that somehow the advances of science are something to be rejected rather than appreciated. And so, with some inspiration from Alasdair Crawfish on Facebook, I made the above image. Not all instances of failing to change or refusing change are praiseworthy. [Read more...]

Putting Your Clocks Back

  This gem came my way on Facebook today. It will be useful to people in Europe today and people in North America next Sunday.   [Read more...]

Change

Via The High Council of Time Lords on Facebook. I can't believe that no one thought of this sooner!   [Read more...]

The Sequel to the Good Samaritan

Rev. Brian Konkol recently wrote a guest post at Faith Forward about the parable of the Good Samaritan. Here is an excerpt: While the Parable of the Good Samaritan is brilliantly effective for what Jesus seemingly sought to promote, one can argue that out-of-context misinterpretations have since initiated numerous incomplete social movements, which in turn [Read More...]

Deny Evolution, Deny Reality

The above text image seems to manage to address a lot of misconceptions in very few words. What do you think?   [Read more...]

The Church and Change

David Hayward's blog is now at Patheos, and his latest cartoon is a poignant pun. Getting any kind of “change” in a church can be unrealistic, and may perhaps even sound like a joke. Yet Jesus himself clearly was an agent of change, both individual and social. And so we ought to reflect on the [Read More...]


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