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What can evolutionary biology learn from creationists?

by Joanna Masel

You might expect a professional evolutionary biologist like myself to claim that my discipline has nothing to learn from creationists. And I certainly do find all flavors of evolution-denialism sadly misguided. 2,110 more words


The Math of the Great Flood (Doesn't Add Up)

I was surprised to find very few places where the math of Noah’s flood was discussed, so I made this video to illustrate the scale of what the bible describes.

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VIDEO: Does the Universe Have a Purpose? feat. Neil deGrasse Tyson

Does the universe have a purpose or an intentionality, i.e. a goal? If so, what (or who) then is the Hidden Causal Agent (HCA)?

Many religious believers call that HCA God. 155 more words


I Don’t Understand The Behemoth Magazine (by Ken Ham)

Well, the editors of Christianity Today have announced a new project. They started The Behemoth, a magazine that “aims to help people behold the glory of God all around them, in the worlds of science, history, theology, medicine, sociology, Bible, and personal narrative.”   104 more words


One small step for the British curriculum

Recently the English science curriculum changed: for the better.

This is the second success this Summer for the BHA, and for all students.

All schools in England were banned from teaching creationism as an evidence based theory in June this year, though not many seemed to take notice. 405 more words


Clocks, Dinosaurs, and Other Inconvenient Realties: A Sermon on Creation for September 14, 2014

May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be always acceptable to you, O God, my rock and my redeemer. Amen. 1,760 more words


Young Earth Creationism

I am a Christian.  I am an Old-Earth creationist.  I believe that any form of young earth creationism that claims any kind of scientific support is at least as incoherent as atheism.   587 more words