Tyler’s note: The following is the latest from GOE friend and certified next-level baller Phil Ledgerwood. Check out his blog here. This post was first published here. A week ago, I participated in a discussion over coffee with other Christians about the creation accounts in Genesis and the theory of…
Tyler’s note: If you are not devoted to a particular religious faith, answering that question is easy. If you are Ken Ham, answering that question is also easy, because you just tell them evolution is bad and they don’t even have to worry about it.
Meet William James Herath. He is an author and blogger who has been called “a nutjob fundamental Christian who hates science.”
As you may have heard, His Hamminess Ken Ham, pope of the young-earth creationist church, hosted a little-publicized back-and-forth with Bill Nye the Science Guy back in February 2014.
Recently, my wife and I explored the Konza Prairie Nature Trail a few miles outside of Manhattan, Kansas. Contrary to the popular perception of the state as a flat, boring wasteland, the Flint Hills of northeastern Kansas are a delightful landscape that nearly fooled us into thinking we had been…
We got a comment on one of our older but still popular posts yesterday that I wanted to share.
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, we’re going to take a close look at an anti-theistic-evolution blog post. But not just any anti-theistic-evolution blog post; this one’s from one of my biggest critics.
Anti-evolutionists like to portray those of us Christians who accept science as as the ignorant, sycophantic lackeys of atheists, blindly siding with them because we don’t want to seem ignorant.
One of the things that’s cool about this blog is that I get to connect and dialogue with folks I’d have never met otherwise. I mean, sometimes, that’s annoying. But other times, it’s cool.