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Paradise Lost

Make no mistake; this is not going to be a facetious blog. I am trying, desperately, to make sense of this world and I’m failing – miserably. 617 more words

Observations And Whatnot

Not So Polite Dinner Conversation – Another wannabee theocrat here in PA – government is great if it teaches my religion

Recently, there was a letter to the editor in the local paper on why we should allow creationism to be taught in schools. It was from a pastor, Glen Bayly, of the Mifflinburg Alliance Church, a bit north of me in central Pennsylvania. 1,402 more words

Not So Polite Dinner Conversation

Book Review - The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution

If I’ve been posting a lot of book reviews lately, it’s due to the long, lazy days of summer and the fortuitous proximity of the… 486 more words

Science In Society

A Christian in the Lion’s Blog

Okay, be honest: How many of us are brave enough to try talking with people who really really hate us?  I talk a good game, but in real life I hardly ever interact with people very different from me.  615 more words

Evolution/Creation

CEE announces plans to stop Leaving Fundamentalism

It’s always nice to be talked about. It’s particularly lovely when you’ve been campaigning against an organisation for two years and their public strategy has been to pretend nothing is happening. 1,395 more words

Fundamentalism

July 21, 1925 (a Tuesday)

On this date, the eighth day of the Scopes Monkey Trial began. Before the jury was called to the courtroom, Darrow addressed Judge Raulston, “I think to save time, we will ask the court to bring in the jury and instruct the jury to find the defendant guilty.” This ensured that the defense could appeal the case to a higher court, which might rule the Butler Act unconstitutional. 149 more words

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