I almost always find myself reading Genesis in January and it strikes me that we very often focus on the areas of conflict between contemporary scientific theories and the Book of Genesis and miss out on the very many areas where the two agree. Here
This earnest, sombre plea for the oceans is heartfelt and stirring and as the lady says ‘no blue, no green’ which translates to forget the oceans and you can forget life on land. So take 18 minutes of your time and wonder whether the description
Apparently so. Check this interactive map out which is interesting because some of the speakers at Honest to Darwin conference were confident that over the course of the next generation the hold of evolution on culture would begin to slip. Time will tell. There were
So back from holiday and opened up Google Reader to discover 418 unread posts. Good grief, I was only away for a week. I did some unsubscribing and then a lot of skim reading and noticed some convergences. Split them up into a couple of
Keeping with the evolution theme that has emerged on this blog over the past month or so, Christine Sine came across an old New Scientist magazine that suggested we evolved religious beliefs because holding those beliefs better helped us survive when we needed to kill
Marvin Olasky engages with Darwinists as the world celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of ‘On the Origin of Species’ in this thoughtful and helpful article. “Darwinists are celebrating this month the 150th anniversary of the publication of their hero’s breakthrough book, On the
Nick Spencer has written a fascinating article for Third Way on the faith (or lack of one) of Charles Darwin. Essential reading I would argue. “Ultimately, Darwin is too complex and too subtle a thinker to be either deified or demonised. As the historian John
We need a bit of humour in the creation/evolution debate and this little video provides it in spades.