DisembARKment

A friend shared the above quote on Facebook, which seems to have circulated anonymously for some time. And so I thought it deserved to be turned into a meme. [Read more…]

The Creation “Museum” vs. the Bible

Ben Stanhope drew the above photo of a display at the Creation Museum to my attention. It is truly illustrative of the character of young-earth creationism. They claim to be all about the Bible, and yet they can’t be bothered to get the Biblical text correct in a display like this one, and don’t know enough about [Read More…]

How We Know The Earth Is Not Flat

This was an argument that I had not heard before. Any suggestions on how to weave it together with the Egyptian theology that viewed cats as divine? [Read more…]

Disrespecting Scripture

When sharing a recent post on Facebook, I prefaced it with the words above, and thought it might be worth sharing them as a meme. I had young-earth creationists particularly in mind when I said this, but I think it applies more broadly. Those who most loudly and adamantly proclaim themselves the defenders the Bible, [Read More…]

Finding What We’re Looking For

A Facebook friend’s father said the above in a conversation with a young-earth creationist, and fortunately was willing for their words to be shared. When we bring presuppositions to scripture we find what we look for. And those who claim they are literalists tend to do that. Creationists disrespect scripture when they seek to disprove reliable [Read More…]

The Implications of Young-Earth Creationism

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Ken Ham’s Bible Fanfic

Ham’s brand of Christianity is more like Bible fan fiction than the Christian faith most members of mainstream churches would recognize. It is important not to let Ham defined what it means to be a “real” Christian, since his version is a modern confabulation of Victorian fundamentalism and bonkers pseudo-historical speculation. Visit Colavito’s blog to [Read More…]

Are Creationists and Mythicists Similar? You Be The Judge

I was going to screenshot a Facebook discussion that illustrated the similarity between the two groups, anti-science creationists and anti-history mythicists. But in the end, I decided to just share this comment I made there, which I hope boils down the indistingishable character of some of their claims and arguments at their most basic level, [Read More…]

The Year in Creation Science

See also Hemant Mehta’s response to Ken Ham’s list of the “accomplishments” of Answers in Genesis since its founding. [Read more…]

Origen vs. Ken Ham

This meme came my way via God of Evolution on Facebook, and I have been meaning to share it for some time. [Read more…]