Muslim Demographics

When I got into anti-theist activism, it actually had a lot less to do with Christianity than with Islam. It doesn’t matter to me which cult is in charge; whichever has the most power weilds the greatest threat. It's just that with Christianity generally diminishing both nationally and globally, I wasn’t that concerned with them. But bearing their decline in mind, remember that for the last quarter century at least, Islam has been billed as the fastest growing religion on earth. Conservative Ame … [Read more...]


First time director, Louis Joon sent me a complimentary copy of his new “gothsploitation movie”, Learning Hebrew. there are several reasons why I'm not the right person to write a review for a film like this. For one, I sometimes really like unique, original independent 'cult' films, and this one is just a bit on the weird side of strange. (2) I'm also a bit of an 'anglophile' in that I like practically everything from the UK. (3) My tas … [Read more...]

Ken Ham denies what he is this, Ken Ham of answersingenesis denies that he belongs to the same phylogenetic clade as the rest of humanity. Or perhaps he objects that humanity belongs in the taxonomic superfamily, Hominoidea. But whether he accepts that or not, there we are, and we can all see that. Seriously, just look it up.The reason he's upset about that is that is 'Hominoidea', (the latin word for 'humanoid') is collectively and colloquially the word for … [Read more...]

Accurate Science for the Home-schooler

What will atheist activists do when professional creationists no longer have influence enough to bother with? It is already obvious that religious extremists like Ham and the Hovinds have done far more damage to their religion than I ever could. Even other Christians admit and lament that pretty openly. A Catholic genetics professor, Dr Kenneth Miller laid waste to the notions of Intelligent Design. Ivy league paleontologist and Pentacostal preacher, Dr. Robert T. Bakker blasted creationists for … [Read more...]

Ken Ham refused to debate me

So Ken Ham has answered my challenge. He says he’ll have a debate, but not with me. Oh no, he won’t face me.Why not, you ask?I’ll explain that in a moment. First let’s look at his counter-proposal.He actually wants to replace both of us. He wants to pit a professional scientist with respectable accolades against one of his own anti-science apologists wearing similar credentials. Why? To present the illusion that there is a legitimate scientific debate wherein creation is might be a se … [Read more...]