Security as Superstition

Via Rebecca Trotter. Does anyone know the actual precise source of the quotation? [Read more...]

Scientist and Christian

Katharine Hayhoe was featured on the PBS NOVA series “The Secret Life of Scientists.”¬†Click on the link in the previous sentence to hear about her work as a “climate change evangelist.” [Read more...]

Happily Easter After

It is Easter, and I celebrate and proclaim resurrection. I am not referring to a peculiar event which some claim happened in history roughly 2,000 years ago, in which a human (or, according to some, a just barely human divine entity) was raised to life in a body he didn’t need, before being exalted to [Read More...]

We’re All Related

Brian Bowman drew the above image to my attention, which comes from the website Evogeneao. Why is this amazing scientific information, that all living things on this planet are related, felt by some to be antithetical to religion? Because their religion is not about awe towards God which is open to discovering and learning new [Read More...]

The Time You Have (in Jellybeans)

HT IO9 [Read more...]

Time Lords Have Something Similar

Via Episcopal Church Memes   [Read more...]

Did Life Begin?

The question of how life began (or in more technical terminology, abiogenesis) is one that often comes up in debates between the anti-science young-earth creationists and everyone else. Ricky Carvel has posted some interesting thoughts on the topic on his blog. He suggests that, if one posits a living God as creator of life on [Read More...]

Life, Music, and Education

Alan Watts discusses how our society approaches life and education, and offers insights as to why that approach is something of a hoax. Absolutely worth the two minutes it will take you to listen to it. HT Larry Moran [Read more...]

Review of Existence by David Brin

If you are among those who have complained that there is insufficient hard science fiction, imagining a future that is a realistic extrapolation based on what we now think are genuine possibilities and genuine constraints, David Brin’s novel Existence may be what you have been longing for. The future of the internet and our interaction [Read More...]

Undead (Guest Post by Rev. Tom Bartley)

Rev. Tom Bartley reviews the book Undead by Clay Morgan, which in its exploration of zombies and vampires, and the stories of raising the dead to life in the Bible, turns out to be more about life than it is about death. [Read more...]

Curiosity

I hope that everyone in the world is aware that the NASA Mars rover Curiosity is due to reach Mars in a matter of hours. I am writing this in a brief visit to my office at work, having no electricity at home, and thus no internet. Hopefully I will get back here sometime tomorrow [Read More...]


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