So there’s this absented-minded philosopher of science walking down the street, head in the clouds, not looking where he’s going.
Douglas Axe urges scientists to admit there are things they don’t understand about life’s origins, much as there are things in Scripture we can’t grasp.
I watched a bit of President Trump’s campaign launch rally in Orlando last night and found it interesting to see him crowd-testing campaign slogans.
Great Minds with Michael Medved, via Discovery Institute, is an extremely wide-ranging program, by (intelligent) design.
The latest from the Associated Press out in Texas (via Houston Chronicle) reports that “Scientists from Texas universities on Tuesday denounced what they called supernatural and religious teaching in public school science classrooms and voiced opposition to attempts to water down evolution instruction.” We covered the Texas science standards last week, noting that Darwinists there oppose teaching the strengths and weaknesses of evolution. In the AP article, no explanation is given for their opposition to the “strengths and weaknesses” language except the unsupported claim that thoroughly examining Darwin’s theory in the classroom is something only creationists do. Actually, AP reporter Kelley Shannon is pretty sure that the whole thing is a creationist ploy to teach religion in our schools. That’s Read More ›