Memes

In one of the more infamous portions of Ray Comfort’s gut-wrenchingly bad film, “Evolution vs. God,” RayCo demands “observable evidence” of evolution from biologist P.Z. Myers. When Myers suggests that his interviewer check out Lenski’s experiments with bacteria or the significant changes that have been observed in isolated populations of…

A nod to RayCo’s monumentally awful film, “Evolution vs. God.” More of our thoughts on Banana Ray here, here and here. This work by godofevolution.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

The modern-day evangelical litmus test for the TRUE CHRISTIAN™ couldn’t be more different than the one Jesus used. This work by godofevolution.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

I am often asked by fellow Christians about my spiritual beliefs, and I am often asked by science-minded folks about my view of the evolutionary process, as though — as a Christian who accepts evolution — I must possess some strange, nontraditional opinion of one or the other or both….

How much longer will it take the church to catch up with the third-century Christian scholar Origen? See here for the theologian’s words in context, and here for the full post by Ham. This work by godofevolution.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Apparently, Ken Ham called foul on Dan Wilkinson, for his column that held Ham (and more specifically, the inflexible and scientifically unworkable picture of the Christian faith he propagates) responsible for young Christians’ mass exodus from the church. Hammy’s main beef with Dan was that he offered no research to…