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Age-Old Arguments, and How They Changed My Life

Our lives are filled with so many options and choices that change our paths in extreme directions. There have been some major life choices that I’ve made influenced by my Mormon upbringing that now has me wondering where I would be at had I not been so devout and credulous. 1,039 more words


Applied Faith is Jewish and Christian, Part 2

If the life of Abraham was about fulfilling horizontally conventional normalcy, Abraham could have stayed safely in Haran.  Abraham courageously journeys out into an adventure of faith following God into the Promised Land.  461 more words


Discovery Institute and Commentary laud Tom Wolfe's evolution-bashing in "The Kingdom of Speech" (and diss Professor Ceiling Cat)

Think of the poor schmucks who work at the Discovery Institute (DI). Having completely failed to get Intelligent Design taught in schools, or ever moderately accepted in the scientific community—and they predicted such acceptance would have happened by now—they are reduced to carping about evolutionists like me, making ad hominem arguments, and touting those scholars—like Jerry Fodor and Tom Nagel—who have jumped the shark by claiming that evolutionary theory is fatally flawed.   2,023 more words


10 Fantastic creationist/ID clips

There’s something to be said for short and sweet. Each of the following 10 clips is just 10 minutes or less, with some taking down evolution, some celebrating the Bible’s trustworthiness, and others exploring just how “fearfully and wonderfully” we are made (Psalm 139:14). 79 more words

Intelligent Design

Happy Birthday to the Universe! Which was created at 8pm on 23 October 4004 BC.

From “OnThisDay” website:

Archbishop James Ussher, Primate of All Ireland, announced in 1650 that the universe had been created at 8pm on 23 October 4004 BC. 481 more words

Study Break

Anti-science advocacy

As I have made quite clear over the course of this blog, particularly in my older posts, I am vehemently opposed to creationism, and it’s constant need to discredit, undermine and devalue science and the scientific method. 212 more words


Blog 7 - Evolution And Creation As Models Of The Universe

Science is a way of knowing.  The word’s etymology makes this clear: science derives from the Latin scientia, “to know.”  When a Roman heard the word   10,790 more words

John Zuger