Whirlwind Creation Museum

A post on the blog Internet Monk recently explored the idea of a different sort of “creation museum,” one that accurately depicts the natural world (unlike the Creation Museum in Kentucky), and takes its inspiration more from the end of Job than the beginning of Genesis. The ending of Job depicts God as pointing to creation, not [Read More...]

Contesting Faith, Truth, and Religious Language at the Creation Museum

My colleague Brent Hege has written what I consider to be quite possibly the most important critique of the Creation Museum from the perspective of Christian theology: “Contesting Faith, Truth, and Religious Language at the Creation Museum: A Historical-Theological Reflection.” It was published in Theology and Science. UPDATE: There was a very small number of [Read More...]

Geek Goes Rogue Pre-Debate Interviews #HamOnNye

From Jonathan Ryan, with whom I was on the radio on Saturday. I will mention it on the blog when I see that the recording is available online.   [Read more...]

22 Creationist Questions Translated

You know those 22 questions that people were photographed holding at the debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham? There have already been several different responses (see for instance those by Aubrey Hirsch, Phil Plait, Hemant Mehta, Ethan Siegel), but one that seems worth sharing translates each question into other words. I have included one example [Read More...]

#HamOnNye Post-Debate Round-Up

Lots of bloggers and news outlets are reflecting on the debate last night, which most agree that Bill Nye won. Below is a collection of what I have come across. But first, here is the debate for those who missed it and want to watch it online: Josh Rosenau of the NCSE reflected in detail [Read More...]

The #HamOnNye Debate In A Nutshell

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Liveblogging the #HamOnNye Debate

FINAL UPDATE 9:31: The live feed ended abruptly with an announcement about the weather. I think the debate went better than I feared it might. While some things that Nye said will have rubbed Ken Ham’s kind of Christians the wrong way, the clear and unambiguous presentation of the fact that Ham is not open [Read More...]

Ken Ham and Bill Nye: Who is on the Bible’s Side?

Ken Ham says that there is genuine scientific debate about “molecules to man” evolution. The very phrase that he uses shows that his real target isn’t evolutionary biology. He is trying to undermine Christianity and the Bible. He is trying on the one hand to deny that human beings are composed of molecules, something so [Read More...]

Preview of the Creation Museum Debate

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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...]

How The Creation Museum is Like a Nigerian Banker Scam E-Mail

My colleague Brent Hege recently gave an excellent lunchtime talk about the Creation Museum, focusing on how the phenomenon of “creation science” is a radical departure from historic Christianity in its definition of key concepts such as faith. As he was talking about the circularity of the argument presented in the Creation Museum, I found [Read More...]


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