Meet William James Herath. He is an author and blogger who has been called “a nutjob fundamental Christian who hates science.”
A frustratingly common YEC tactic to criticize Christians’ acceptance of evolution is to say, “Darwin was an atheist, or [insert prominent biologist’s name here] is an atheist, therefore evolution is inherently an atheistic enterprise.”
A few weeks ago, we published a series of comics by to the ever-talented David MacMillan, which took us on a journey through the as-of-yet-only-hypothetical(-and-please-Lord-let-it-stay-that-way) second round of the infamous “debate” between Ken Ham and Bill Nye in 2014.
I don’t follow Ken Ham and his collection of Answers in Genesis blogs very much, but I do like to keep an eye on the Creation Ministries International (CMI) website.
Today’s testimony comes from Mario Russo, an awesome guy whose story offers a lot of encouragement about the power of biblical study, a determination to seek the truth and the Holy Spirit to change even the most adamant anti-evolutionists. Mario’s essay was first published on BioLogos.org.
Today is a good day. Not only is it Friday, but it marks the return of our Friday Fun series. Aren’t you lucky.
Yesterday’s announcement by NASA scientists, confirming the presence of liquid flowing water on the surface of present-day Mars, filled me with a kind of excitement that I haven’t had in a long time.
Continuing our series of incredibly ridiculous things Ken Ham believes about space (subtitled: he doesn’t get the gospel either), today we will discuss how the universe is dying and it’s all humanity’s fault.
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.
You may have seen the news that yet another relative of modern humans was recently found in a cave in South Africa.