Tagged: Creationism

Evolution of the Mousetrap?

The evolutionists’ favorite whipping boy, Intelligent Design, is the subject of innumerable attacks in the press and on evolutionary websites.  But one of my favorite examples of evolutionary nonsense is the "rebuttal" to Michael Behe’s analogy that many biochemical systems are as irreducible as a...

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Fossils That Defy Darwinism?

Thanks to mynym, I have added a new book to my amazon wishlist – The Hidden History of the Human Race (The Condensed Edition of Forbidden Archaeology).  At last, perhaps I have found a catalog of fossils that contradict evolution, and how they have been...

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Dawkins Waxes Poetic in Anti-Christian Polemic

Richard Dawkins, world’s best-known evolutionist and the Simonyi Professor of the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University, just hosted two one hour "documentaries" on faith and science.  Perhaps revealing the true, but often hidden thoughts of evolutionists, his opinion of faith is shown very...

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What’s the Difference Between Creationism and ID?

Over at the Pandering Thumb, I’ve been in discussion with the rabid anti-creationists, discussing the merits of Intelligent Design (ID).  Let me tell you, it’s hard to maintain my even demeanor while being insulted and made fun of, but it’s a good discipline to learn...

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UCTV Posts Videos on Origins

Univ. of California TV has a very nice set of free lecture videos on origins.  Titles include: The Rhetoric of Charles Darwin (Dr. John Angus Campbell) The Origins of Altruism and Human Morality (Jeffrey Schloss) From the Big Bang to Irreducible Complexity (Michael Behe) On...

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How to Interpret Fossils

Uncommon Descent fame has a really interesting summary of how to interpret fossils, along with his highly interesting (original?) method called Latent Library or Prescribed Evolution.  Enjoy.

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Mathmetician Challenges Darwinism

Ever been in one of those arguments where a creationist argues “evolution is against the law of entropy”, to which an evolutionist often replies “in an open system, entropy can increase – we have such a system, where the sun is the input”?  As a...

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My Genes Made Me Do It

USA Today reports on two recent studies on adultery, upon whose data Martie Haselton, assistant professor of communication and psychology at UCLA’s Center for Behavior, Evolution, and Culture, concludes: Along those evolutionary lines, men more than women desire a variety of sexual partners because genes...

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