A Shout-out to Answers in Genesis for a Recent Display of Rational Restraint 

It seems that lately this blog has been fixated on creation exotheology, theology that concerns itself with how Biblical Christianity might deal with the discovery of extraterrestrial life. One of the reasons for this is quite obviously because I just published a book on the subject. Of course, I wrote Strangers and Aliens because I was concerned about…

Read the Most Hated Book in Creationism

It’s the same old story. The consensus hides behind an appeal to authority while suppressing dissenting views by barring those who stray from the party line from discussion forums and attacking the dissenter instead of his arguments. We’ve seen it a thousand times. FROM EVOLUTIONISTS. Since the publication of Strangers and Aliens: A Christian Sci-fi…

Casting Pearls, or When Argument Is Pointless – Part 3

When is it pointless to engage someone in argument or debate? A lot of times, it’s difficult to tell the difference between someone who has legitimate objections to the faith and someone who’s simply throwing up a smokescreen. This is especially difficult on the internet. How do we know when to make the effort and…

Why the Need for Interpretation Does NOT Prove a Religion False

A few blog posts I’ve come across contend that the very fact that the Bible [or any other text that claims to be of Divine origin] needs to be translated automatically invalidates its claims to Divine origin. Upon further inspection it became obvious that they simply weren’t accounting for free will.

Why do Darwinists bother arguing?

This piece is pasted from the conclusion of an earlier post. In researching my current project, i re-discovered it and thought you might find it interesting in redux. – Sirius Knott So to what purpose do Darwinists argue? Is it because they feel the need to shake innocent children out of their belief in Elfland, Santa…

Darwin’s Dyke: Monkeys and Their Typewriters

It really never ceases to amaze me how the Church of Darwin blindly ahderes to their spoonfed dogma, no matter how contradictory their claims are to the evidence. The infinite monkeys theorum is one of my favorites in this respect. The claim is as follows: Given an infinite amount of time an infinite amount of…

When You’re Right, You’re Right

It’s kind of funny, but when you’re right, you’re right. To be right: 1. You don’t have to know why. [You can base it on a hunch or a gut feeling] 2. You don’t have to have the best argument. 3. You don’t even have to be right for the right reasons. [Galileo was right…