Ham on Nye and the Media Lie

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On February 4, 2014, popular TV personality Bill Nye debated Answers in Genesis president Ken Ham at the Creation Museum in Kentucky. I watched the debate and it was civil and well-presented from both sides. As in all debates, it’s likely that camps that were divided at the beginning would remain so at the end, […]

For those whose last supper will be their last:

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I recently came across The World Famous Atheist Cook Book, which of course is probably only “famous” among a few choice Atheists as there aren’t very many copies around. It was put out by the Freedom from Religion Foundation, and one site where I found it online says it’s for those who “prefer to do […]

Or maybe it was square, or maybe it was triangular, or…

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A “new” old version of Noah’s ark has appeared in the news today. Of course it conflicts with the Biblical version otherwise it would not have made news. The Bible makes it clear that Noah’s ark was rectangular-shaped, but according to a recently deciphered cuneiform tablet at the British Museum, it was round. As usual […]

The “Hand of God” photographed in space

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NASA’s NuSTAR (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array) photographed an image, apparently from a supernova explosion, that appeared to be in the shape of a partial human hand and was dubbed the “hand of God.” Of course, some of the news articles were quick to point out that “religion and astronomy don’t often overlap,” despite the fact […]

The blood-stained ‘century of evolution’

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by Carl Wieland Those attacking Christianity sometimes point to the many religious wars and atrocities perpetrated in the name of Christ and the Church. They forget that not everyone self-labeled ‘Christian’ truly follows Christ. Also, that many times more people have been killed this century, most by their own governments, than in all religious conflicts, […]

Atheist with a Mission

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Critique of The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins reviewed by Philip Bell The title of this book immediately betrays the bias of the author – even for those unacquainted with the writings of this Professor of the (so-called) Public Understanding of Science of Oxford University, Richard Dawkins. Just to skim the chapter contents is to […]