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Despite some evidence to the contrary, I really don’t spend much time on the Facebook pages of Ray Comfort or Ken Ham. Honestly, I avoid those pits of childish fallacies and moralistic, martyrly drivel like I avoid “The O’Reilly Factor” and Glenn Beck. My sanity can’t take it. But, nevertheless,…

Editor’s note: Today’s letter comes from a student at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Regarding an earlier post on the theologian Martin Luther’s views of Genesis, he writes: Tyler, I really appreciated your article entitled “If you can read, you can understand Genesis, right?” It stirred some very interesting discussion…

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…

It’s official. If “we are all scientists,” as T.H. Huxley once argued, then Ray Comfort is the world’s worst scientist. I can conclude nothing else after watching the New Zealand-born street evangelist’s latest movie, “Evolution vs. God.” In it, Comfort approaches several evolutionary scientists and university educators (along with a…

“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….