An essential component of the way young-earth creationism proponents say Christians should read the Bible is something called “proof-texting.”
I’m working on some new posts but they’re not quite ready yet. However, we do have a new meme for today! Enjoy, and feel free to share. H/T Kathy Yew Cosham.
Editor’s note: I’m very excited about today’s post.
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.
Welcome to Friday fun at God of Evolution. Congratulations on surviving your latest week.
The world-renowned God of Evolution Meme-atorium has been working double-time this week, bringing you exactly what you have demanded: more silly pictures about evolution and creationism that you can share with your friends on the interwebs.
From one of our clandestine operatives comes the following scan of a solicitation document from Answers in Genesis, as the deeply confused “ministry” continues to seek millions to construct its horrifically misguided Noah’s ark replica in rural northern Kentucky.
One of my favorite arguments to present in opposition to the young-earth view is the issue of distant starlight, often called the “starlight problem.”
Hooray, you made it another week. Now, enjoy our regular round-up of funny evolution/creationism-related news and other ICYMI stuff.
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.