Reading Time: 4 minutes A ‘Noah’s Ark’ theme park in Kentucky is unconstitutional, an atheist groups contends. The group is warning schools in five states to stay away.
Reading Time: 13 minutes His suggestion is hilariously bad, by which I mean that it’s so inept and obviously self-serving that it’s had me chuckling at odd moments ever since it was brought up. I’ll show you what it is today and why it reminded me of a ketchup meringue recipe from the 1950s.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Let’s revisit the famous Bill Nye vs. Ken Ham debate. What were Ken Ham’s points, and how well did he do?
Reading Time: 12 minutes Ken Ham says that he totally thinks that families that do not already buy into Creationism will choose to spend their vacations at his park rather than at Disney World or the Smithsonian Institution–and from there become persuaded of his fringe religious beliefs. Shall we see together how likely that pipe dream is to become reality?
Reading Time: < 1 minute Blinky & Sal: cartoons of existential dread BUT WERE YOU THERE??? Whether evolution is being labeled a belief system, a worldview, or an exercise in blind faith, it’s a pretty transparent attempt to level the playing field. Almost as if some religious folk know a purely faith-based, non-falsifiable position is not the greatest position to have […]
Reading Time: 9 minutes Creationist charlatan and serial liar-for-Jesus Ken Ham did a little bubble maintenance this week, and I want to show you how and why he did it.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Australia, like most countries do, holds a census every so often to figure out how their population is changing over time. One of their census questions asks about respondents’ religious affiliation. And that is the beginning of a story that seems too weird to be true–a story that tells us one reason why the concept of church and state separation is so important.
Reading Time: 7 minutes If you’re seeing this blog post a bit late, here’s the writeup about the wide-release November 24th doodle from the folks at Google themselves. You see, November 24’s doodle celebrates the 41st anniversary of the discovery of that world-famous Australopithecus afarensis skeleton quickly nicknamed “Lucy.”
Reading Time: < 1 minute Mwah ha ha!
Reading Time: 6 minutes Just a quick little note about creationism again, because I saw a link you folks would probably dig. We’ve talked here before about “high and low” Christianity–this idea that there is a “high Christianity” full of high-end theology and education, sophisticated arguments and a whole whale of a lot of vital debate and introspection, and […]