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Chop one verse and others will follow.

There is a massive ‘industry’ to defend Darwinian evolution, even from inside the Church.  Despite the fact that there is no solid scientific proof for Darwinian evolution, some ‘Christians’ still insist it is true.  340 more words

Bible

John C. Sanford's genetic entropy hypothesis

JoeCoder sent me a recent peer-reviewed paper by John C. Sanford, so I’ve been trying to find something written by him at a layman’s level so I could understand what he is talking about. 1,061 more words

Polemics

The Problem with Lloyd Pye (1946-2013)

I have watched (and enjoyed) a number of Lloyd Pye lectures in the past, and have respected his independence of thought and different approach to the explanation of existence. 459 more words

Human Interest

Intelligent design or the "simple unguided" laws of nature

This year I restarted a hobby that I hadn’t participated in for over 40 years. That is oil painting. One of my fears in restarting to paint was that I would not have the ability I had when I was young and I would just waste my time. 700 more words

Creation/evolution

JEFF WINGO DISCUSSES THE RECENT PODCAST, THE TRAPPIST-1 STAR SYSTEM, AND BIBLICAL REASONS WHY WE ARE ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE

On this video I comment about the recent podcast and several things I spoke about that a few people evidently misunderstood. Topics I discuss are the Book of Enoch, the anti-biblical doctrine of reincarnation, the TRAPPIST-1 star system, the vast distances found in the universe, and several biblical reasons why Earth is the only planet with intelligent life.
Jeff Wingo

The Spiritual War

Overwhelming Support for Human Evolution Among Scientists.

2015 saw the Pew Research Center release findings from two surveys. It was found that there are substantial gaps on major science issues between American citizens and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 376 more words

Science

Charles Darwin’s Sexist Views on Gender Roles.

Professor Tina Beattie, known for her writings on biblical theology and feminism, explains that “Darwin was a Whig who supported the abolition of slavery and welcomed the Great Reform Act of 1832 which made British government more democratic, but he took little active interest in politics” (1). 432 more words

Science