Only in America would we accept from a rodent that which we reject from the world’s top climatologists.
As you may have heard, a GOP-affiliated and Bush-appointed federal judge ruled yesterday that a super-important part of the First Amendment is to guarantee tax breaks for religious theme parks with insanely discriminatory hiring practices.
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.
There were signs of distress, early on. First, there was the loss of longtime Disco Tute “fellow” William Dembski, who is best-known for proposing the scientific sounding but actually useless concept of “specified complexity.”
A recent comment on GOE offers an interesting point for reflection.
Google has a cool Doodle out today, commemorating the discovery of “Lucy,” the partial specimen of Australopithecus afarensis found by the American paleoanthropologist Donald Johanson and his colleagues 41 years ago.
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.
We sometimes get asked why we focus so much on young-earth creationism and YEC proponents. This is why.
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.