It’s Friday, y’all. Hope you all had a great week. You’re almost to the promised land of weekendom, but first, let’s review.
Throughout the years-long saga of Ken Ham’s quixotic quest to build a Noah’s ark replica according to the instructions set forth in Genesis (kinda), a lot has changed.
Editor’s note: Today’s piece is very special, and not only because it is a guest post by our good friend, Phil Ledgerwood. No, today’s post is special because it presents, finally, the exhaustive and definitive case that Jesus was basically Groot. (Which makes him even more awesome.)
It’s “Back to the Future” Day, which means three things.
You may recall that some months ago Ken Ham announced that aliens do not exist, because, you know, Bible, and even if they did exist, it wouldn’t matter because they’d all go straight to hell anyway.
Hey gang, this week, the wife and I are going on vacation to The Last Frontier (Alaska, not space), which we hope will be an enjoyable time of fishing, camping and not being eaten by bears.
I learned this week that Jim Stump, Ph.D. holder, author and content manager at BioLogos, was forced to resign from his teaching position at Bethel College in Indiana, where he had worked since 1998.
Those strange sounds you may have been hearing recently could be the wailing and gnashing of teeth that is surely emanating from the headquarters of the Discovery Institute (better known as the Disco Institute) following the publication of new research that suggests the Cambrian “explosion” might not have been quite…
A comment this morning on “What Ken Ham’s ‘Ark Encounter’ money could buy instead”: You’re welcome!
Filed under I.D.W.T.L.O.T.P.A., the legal battle over the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) in Kansas is continuing, even though the suit was kinda dismissed by a federal judge six months ago.