Food for the ‘Intellectual Atheist’s’ Thought

Friends, I first came across this at Uncommon Descent, but it is so good I thought it deserved its own place here: Atheism: An Intellectual Revolt or Pelvic Rebellion by Doug Giles at I was especially intrigued by Giles’ comments about the atheist’s fear of accountability. I’ll note two such comments: In addition, ladies, Darwin didn’t… Continue reading Food for the ‘Intellectual Atheist’s’ Thought

Why Christians Should Reject Evolution

Friends, A while back I made quick reference at this blog to an essay published by Scientific American written by Michael Shermer: Darwin on the Right. It’s an older essay (published September 18, 2006), but I think the points he made then still need to addressed by thinking people who refuse to just give up. The… Continue reading Why Christians Should Reject Evolution

Some other Essays and Blogs Concerning Evolution

Friends, Here’s some helpful stuff concerning evolution: First, Intelligent Design is Not Creationism. (Blog entry by Robert Crowther.) I think this is significant. Said Philip Johnson, “Ralph, in my writings and public appearances I can’t even mention God much less Satan. I have a very specific battle to fight, namely, to take apart the logic… Continue reading Some other Essays and Blogs Concerning Evolution

Some Thoughts on Darwinisms Demise

Friends, Darwinism is defunct, deadly, and dying. Stunning Documentary Links Darwin, Hitler. Charles Darwin should share with Adolph Hitler the blame for the 11 million or more lives lost in the Holocaust, a provocative video documentary explains. And, the program says, the more than 45 million American lives lost to abortion also can be blamed on… Continue reading Some Thoughts on Darwinisms Demise

10 Questions to Ask your Biology Teacher

Friends, I’m having a blast at Dembski’s website. There is so much there. I’m not going to print the entire essay here, but I will post his ten questions for you to consider. 1. Design Detection If nature, or some aspect of it, is intelligently designed, how can we tell? 2. Generalizing SETI The search… Continue reading 10 Questions to Ask your Biology Teacher

What My Friend Jon, the Evolatheist Said, pt 1

Friends, I have been having a nice conversation with a friend named Jon. Jon is an atheist/evolutionist. From what I gather, he is proud of such designations. Jon and I have been going back and forth with one another because I disagree strongly with his analysis of the so-called ‘evidence’ for evolution; and he disagrees… Continue reading What My Friend Jon, the Evolatheist Said, pt 1