The First Controlled Substance

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Quote of the Day (Matthew R. Schlimm)

“No reader of Genesis has literally been expelled from the Garden of Eden. No reader has seen firsthand the cherubim and whirling, flaming sword east of the tree of life. And yet, Genesis clearly invites its readers to adopt Adam and Eve as metaphorical representations of themselves. In fact, it is a casualty of translation [Read More...]

The World’s First Book Club

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Quote of the Day (David Miller)

Science was the best vehicle for determining whether Galileo was right. Church leaders who feared the crumbling of their Aristotelian theologies were not the best persons to make such a determination. Likewise, the discipline of history is the best vehicle for determining the historicity of Adam and Eve. Church leaders who fear the crumbling of [Read More...]

Funny Video Overload

On blogs I read, the past few days have seen the sharing of the following videos. You are bound to really love at least one, and will most likely enjoy all of them. First, via IO9 here’s Brent Spiner (aka Cmd. Data) doing his impressive Patrick Steward (aka Jean-Luc Picard) impression: Via Marc Cortez, the [Read More...]

Adam and Eve among Evangelicals and around the Blogosphere

A piece on NPR highlights that even Evangelicals are finding it increasingly untenable to persist in maintaining a literal, historical Adam and Eve. Conservative Christians have made this a central issue, and have brought untold shame on Christianity by insisting on the literal truth of the story. I wonder how long it will be before [Read More...]

Ken Ham and Atheists Agree

Joel Watts highlights that Ken Ham agrees with the logic of atheists. Ken sets up a logical chain which he has clearly linked together backwards. Since he can think of no reason to believe in God if there was no literal Adam and Eve, he tries to prove the latter so as to lead to [Read More...]


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