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As I recall, the Bible had all the animals and people after the flood and no evolution was needed and Jesus died for your sins. Can an atheist say that about evolution?

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Contesting Mosaic Geology

In the April, 1824 issue of the British Critic—a popular quarterly journal, founded in 1793 by conservative and High Churchmen, and supported by the Anglican orthodox group known as “Hackney Phalanx”—there is an anonymous and blistering review of Granville Penn’s… 465 more words


Vanity thought #1167. Pope's roll

Fresh from embracing gay values and blessing divorcées, Pope Francis went to the altar of science and declared allegiance to Big Bang and evolution. I swear I’m not searching for Pope related news but he keeps saying outrageous things that get widely reported and sneak into my news feeds. 1,317 more words


Scientific Authority in the Age of Ebola

American liberals are cultivating an interesting rhetoric that demands subservience to scientific authority. This rhetoric is most prominent regarding global warming and teaching of evolution. But it has now spread to compulsory vaccination and Ebola quarantines. 453 more words


How Far Should the Creationist Purge Go?

Is a creationist historian worse than a socialist one? That’s the question science pundit Jerry Coyne is not asking. But he should be.

Like a lot of people, I’m a fan of Jerry Coyne. 1,033 more words


October 30, 1844 (a Wednesday)

On this date, George Combe wrote a congratulatory letter that he sent to the anonymous author of Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation through the publisher of the book. 669 more words


Pope Francis, Creation, and Theistic Evolution

Pope Francis on Creation and Evolution

I was reading a USA Today article covering some statements of Pope Francis during his address to the plenary assembly of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. 1,374 more words