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Book Review: How to Be an Atheist

In How to Be an Atheist, Mitch Stokes dissects the scientific and moral arguments of those who embrace naturalism and evolutionary theory. The book is divided into two parts with the first half investigating the scientific evidence and the latter half covering the assertions on morality. 480 more words

Book Reviews

The Magician's Nephew, Chap. 8: Big Song Theory

Halfway through the book, and we’ve almost made it to Narnia!

Right now, I think Jadis is my favorite character. She’s certainly the most interesting. I suspect that the real reason C.S. 813 more words

Book

Supernatural?

So I’m going to respond to some notifications on twitter.  As per usual I’m going to ignore the snark ones, the “is this a serious question” posts.  1,157 more words

Life

#125 - Intelligent Design Lecture Reviewed - The League of Nerds

https://theleagueofnerdsradio.files.wordpress.com/2016/04/125.mp3

Today, does science give intelligent design an unfair deal? Is it real a science? What does it even mean? Jonathan McLatchie gave a Skeptics in the pub talk where he tries to convince people that ID really is a science. 7 more words

Podcast

Day Four of Creation Week Dilemma Solved!

“Those who favor a literal reading of Genesis One have been plagued by the problem of what to do with the alleged creation of the stars on day four of creation week. 89 more words

Doctrinal Beliefs

Day Four of Creation Week Dilemma Solved!

Those who favor a literal reading of Genesis One have been plagued by the problem of what to do with the alleged creation of the stars on day four of creation week. 433 more words

Creationism

Things you didn't think you had to worry about

Recently I had some questions about science curriculum. In the wider homeschooling community you won’t hear the term neural science, but it is something you have to watch out for. 225 more words

Homeschooling