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How can anyone back Ken Ham?
Back away from him, yes. Back him? His brain baffles me with its illogical pronouncements. Creationist Ken Ham, who recently debated Bill Nye the Science Guy over the origins of the universe, is calling for an end to the search … Continue reading
Posted in atheism, culture, In the Media, myths and folktales, religiosity, skepticism, Why in the world? Tagged creationism, evolution, faith, gods, religion, science, skepticism Comments Off on How can anyone back Ken Ham?
Christians deemed “heretics” after claiming no historical Adam and Eve
Well, almost. This NPR article was a good find; some evangelicals are starting to realize that the truths being uncovered by geneticists and other areas of science are making it harder and harder to maintain the fiction that the whole … Continue reading
Posted in books, culture, myths and folktales, religiosity, skepticism Tagged beliefs, bible, creationism, critical thinking, evolution, faith, faith-based delusions, mythology, skepticism 4 Comments
Quotable reviews about history, faith & science
The documentary about God’s wife/consort Asherah has aired across the pond now and a reviewer at the Telegraph shared his thoughts about it. He was slightly amused by the choice of ominous music and the choices of phrasing that were … Continue reading
Posted in atheism, Awareness Issues, books, culture, religiosity Tagged belief, books, creationism, faith, gods, history, religion, science, tv 2 Comments
Creation Museum “date night” is public relations nightmare
Seems like it should be anyway. A recent attempt by the Kentucky museum to encourage ticket sales resulted in security denying two men entry on its Valentine’s date night and wouldn’t refund the tickets, either. Mark Looy, chief communications officer … Continue reading
Posted in Awareness Issues, In the Media, religiosity Tagged beliefs, controversy, creationism, education, faith, homosexuality, human rights, museums, science Comments Off on Creation Museum “date night” is public relations nightmare
Jesus “supporting” literal 6 day creation doesn’t make it true
I marvel over the things Christians want to think about sometimes. Mind you, if they didn’t write about this kind of thing, what on earth would I have to write about? This opinion piece by Rhys Demman comes out of … Continue reading
Posted in atheism, myths and folktales, religiosity, skepticism Tagged atheism, beliefs, creationism, ethics, evolution, faith, faith-based delusions, health, history, morality, mythology, science, skepticism 6 Comments
The One Minion Search Party vol. 42
What the hell did this mean, I wondered: puslespil+dinosaur Turns out puslespil is Norwegian for problem, which led me to a pile of puzzle games I’ve never played before. (Speaking of – the post that popped up on account of … Continue reading
Posted in religiosity, Search Parties Tagged art, books, creationism, dinosaurs, faith-based delusions, games, history, science, Search Parties Comments Off on The One Minion Search Party vol. 42
Glenn Beck is proof science class is important
World Net Daily is quoting him in an article saying some completely stupid shit about the evolutionary process. Were human beings created by God in an instant, or over millions of years through evolution? Glenn Beck addressed the question on … Continue reading
Posted in In the Media Tagged American politics, animal rights, creationism, evolution, faith-based delusion, human rights, I has a stupid, intelligent design, science Comments Off on Glenn Beck is proof science class is important
I’d pay more attention to politics but…
I get scared easily. I’m glad I’m not in Delaware where Christine O’Donnell, their Repubilcan Senate primary winner, once said some very stupid shit about God and health problems. Her latest gem was revealed by Talking Points Memo, who quoted … Continue reading
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Dracula connection to a young earth?
Normally I avoid Answers in Genesis like a plague, but with a headline like that, there’s got to be some fun reading in it. Sadly I don’t know enough about vampire bats to know if John Woodmorappe is properly describing … Continue reading
Posted in religiosity, skepticism Tagged bats, biology, creationism, evolution, faith-based delusion, I has a stupid, nature, science, star trek, vampires Comments Off on Dracula connection to a young earth?
Science teacher vs creationist kids – who’ll win?
I come across this story via World Net Daily and we all know that’s “quality journalism.” But, P.Z. Myers and Hemant Mehta thought the story was worth a moment, so let’s see why. Apparently Melissa Hussain, an 8th grade science … Continue reading
Posted in In the Media, religiosity Tagged abuse, children, creationism, education, evolution, I has a stupid, schools, science, teaching 2 Comments