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:
Hooray, you made it another week. Now, enjoy our regular round-up of funny evolution/creationism-related news and other ICYMI stuff.
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!
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.
Our charming friend Tony Breeden, of Defending Genesis, continues to be a fan of my work.
The highly anticipated dino-epic (which really should be an adjective, and a commonly used one at that) “Jurassic World” was released domestically a couple weeks ago.
This is a response to those who say Genesis 1 and 2 don’t contradict, they “complement” each other.
Most debates between young-earth creationists and those who accept evolution go something like this:
Have you ever had a young-earth creationist — like, I don’t know, this young-earth creationist — tell you that they refuse to accept “macro-evolution” (large-scale, species-level changes) because there is no “observable evidence” that it occurs?