I had barely posted on the fact that the story of Noah's ark makes at least slightly more sense when one includes hyper-fast evolution, when the blog The Layman's Answer to Everything posted about the story of Noah's ark being a parable of evolution. When the metaphorical flood comes, the fittest survive.
Then Chris Brady shared a cartoon depicting creation in a manner that sci-fi fans and neo-Gnostics alike should appreciate:
And finally, Brian Bibb posted on selective Bible reading and Biblical illiteracy, saying:
There…is the problem of biblical literacy. Even those who claim to take their faith seriously often have a profoundly underdeveloped knowledge of the Bible. And even if they do know its contents, there is a shocking lack of careful interpretation in the church. If people really knew the Bible, con-men like Joel Osteen and Ken Ham would be out of business.