Tagged: Creationism

Darwinism’s history of racism

Darwinists hate the common association of their pet theory with eugenics, not to mention it’s role in giving scientific validation to Nazi eugenics.  But the historical connections are unavoidable.  (BTW, the same goes for the eugenic roots of the murderous Planned Parenthood). Take, for example, the textbook that...

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My Two Cents #101 – Evolution

Here’s a bunch of recent creation/evolution news I wanted to summarize: 1. Antibiotic Resistance:  Is antibiotic resistance evidence of evolution?  Biologist Scott Minnich and other biologists think not and explain why. ooooo

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Evolution as a World View

A recent article in Psychology Today takes to task, among other things, the notion that evolution only applies to biology.  I mean, hasn’t the mind also been affected by evolution?  As Tim Challies points out, Darwinian thinking expands like a cancer to try to explain...

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My Two Cents #97 – Creation and Evolution

Dual-coding Genes – Creationists have long argued that evolution is statistically impossible.  Now, with the discovery of dual-coding genes in humans, which are even more incredibly unlikely to have occurred by chance, will evolutionists doubt their faith?  Will they give ID any credit?  Probably not,...

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Evolutionary Trees – In Flux or Broken and Bogus?

The June 2007 issue of New Scientist had a really interesting article on how genetics is totally upsetting the ancestral trees (since removed) that we’ve come to believe somehow accurately represent common descent and origins.  Read the quotes below (which I tried not to take...

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Evolutionary Doubts – theism or design?

Why is it, despite the advances of science and secularist education, so many Americans still doubt evolution?  While many blame theism, a pair of Yale psychologists are suggesting another factor – that our minds are hard-wired from birth to see design in the world around...

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Evolution for everyone – and everything

In An Idiot’s Guide to Evolution, First Things author Stephen Webb discusses David Sloan Wilson’s new book Evolution for Everyone (2007). The dirty Darwinian secret is now out of the closet: If evolution is true, then it must be true about everything. Creationists have long...

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Why Earth should be the Planet of the Apes

A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) indicates that chimps may be more evolved than humans.  While this development may have little impact on current science, it contradicts the anthropocentric view of the world, which views humans as...

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