Since publishing one of my latest memes last week, I’ve been able to participate in a couple of lively Facebook discussions with two committed young-earth creationists, who insist it really does make sense to believe Genesis 3 is the only instance in the history of the written word in which…
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…
Our charming friend Tony Breeden, of Defending Genesis, continues to be a fan of my work.
The highly anticipated dino-epic (which really should be an adjective, and a commonly used one at that) “Jurassic World” was released domestically a couple weeks ago.
I know I have some unusual Christian beliefs.
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.
Great question, Ken Ham. Say, here’s an idea.
This was posted in the Creation vs. Evolution Facebook group this morning, and was begging to be shared.
This can sometimes feel like a thankless job. But every now and then, you get a message that reminds you what you’re doing it for, and why it’s all worth it.