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...]

Creationist Alternative to Peer Review

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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...]

Creationist Linguistics

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New Creationist T-Shirt

Eisenbrauns has announced that they will soon have available for purchase a new t-shirt for that Mesopotamian creationist in your life: one that features an excerpt from the Enuma Elish! For young-earth creationists, however, I recommend getting them something from the National Center for Science Education (which just announced that Ann Reid will be taking [Read More...]

Creationists Roll 2d4 for Defense

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God’s Not Happy

Someone using the zip line, a new attraction at the Creation Museum, was struck by lightning. I checked the source, and it isn’t The Onion. Surely, if the core belief of Answers in Genesis is true, namely that removing God from so-called natural phenomena by appealing to scientific explanations is inappropriate, then God is displeased [Read More...]

Evolution is Not the Problem

It frustrates me that any religious believer thinks that evolution is somehow at odds with the goodness of God in a way that a theism which rejects evolution is not. If one thinks about the birth defects, illnesses, and other things highlighted in this video which Hemant Mehta and PZ Myers both recently shared… …it [Read More...]

The Invisible Preface to Genesis

Young-earth creationist Bibles do not begin with Genesis. At least, that is the impression they give. It is as though there is an invisible preface which they alone can see, which they read first, and which provides the lens through which they view the creation material in Genesis. From the way they interpret Genesis, the [Read More...]

Ken Ham Thinks He Is God

This excerpt from a recent piece in the Christian Post tells us a lot: “One of the things fundamentalist Christians mess up on is they try to say the earth is 6,000 years old. The Bible never makes that claim,” Jeffress said. To those comments, Ham responded: “It is so distressing that so many of [Read More...]

Seraphosaurus?

I am grateful to Michael Heiser for making me aware of Ben Stanhope's blog, “Remythologized,” and more specifically his post about a visit to the Creation “Museum.” It includes a discussion of Ken Ham's attempt to treat the seraphs of the Bible, winged serpentine beings, as pterosaurs or something similar. Read the entire post. From [Read More...]


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