Memes

Our thanks to one of our online commenters for inspiring this meme. For more information on what we think about the attempts by Christians like Ray Comfort to wave us away with the “no true Scotsman” fallacy, see this post. This work by godofevolution.com is licensed under a Creative Commons…

In Comfort’s latest film, “Evolution vs. God,” he goes up to a bunch of people and demands “observable evidence” of macro-evolution. Not fossils. Not genetics. He wants a time lapse video of a population of fish turning into birds before his eyes (never mind the fact that such a video…

“So, did Jesus believe in a six-day creation and a literal Adam? We don’t know. He simply did not fully address the question of how we are to interpret Genesis, or if he did, the record is not preserved. And I believe there’s a reason for that: It’s not important….

“Teach the controversy” is an initiative by the Seattle, Wash.-based conservative think tank we affectionately refer to as the Disco Tute, which aims to discredit evolution by discussing the “weaknesses of the theory” in high school science courses. The only problem is that there is no controversy within the scientific…

Studies indicate that rates of facepalming have risen significantly in the vicinity of my desk and computer since the launch of GOE. See here. Nuff said. This work by godofevolution.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

“If by saying that man rose from brutality you mean simply that man is physically descended from animals, I have no objection. But it does not follow that the further back you go the more brutal—in the sense of wicked or wretched—you will find man to be.” “For long centuries…

But those are kind of the only two options. This work by godofevolution.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Though we’ve had well over 150 years to get used to it, the idea of God using evolution to create makes some Christians uncomfortable, as evidenced by a Facebook user commenting on this photo this morning, who said the God of the Bible wouldn’t “introduce a system based on mutational…

In recent years, Ken Ham has openly confessed ignorance as to “where people get the idea that people rode dinosaurs.” Apparently, he is hoping we have forgotten that the idea came from his books and his museum. This work by godofevolution.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported…