Head over to the website of the journal Nature for the scoop on this awesome new fossil of Tetrapodophis amplectus, a weird creature that lived about 120 million years ago, was obviously a snake, and yet had these four, tiny, perfect little legs:
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.
I’d like to introduce you to a friend of mine, whom I met through my work on this site. His name is Jake.
Since publishing one of my latest memes last week, I’ve been able to participate in a couple of lively Facebook discussions with two committed young-earth creationists, who insist it really does make sense to believe Genesis 3 is the only instance in the history of the written word in which…
Well, it’s Friday. My work week was pretty busy, so this will be a short Friday Fun post, but I do have two new memes to share!
Those strange sounds you may have been hearing recently could be the wailing and gnashing of teeth that is surely emanating from the headquarters of the Discovery Institute (better known as the Disco Institute) following the publication of new research that suggests the Cambrian “explosion” might not have been quite…
It’s Friday. You made it another seven days. Congratulations! Time for our light-hearted round-up of this week’s evolution+Christianity-related news events.