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C.S. Lewis

August 7, 2011

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I’ve previously mentioned C.S. Lewis (1898-1963) as an example of a notable Christian with an evolutionary view of life’s history. I find it interesting that his name is so often evoked by critics of evolution. The Discovery Institute, the think tank which leads the Intelligent Design movement, loves Lewis and publishes a quarterly journal all […]

Pageant Theory

June 25, 2011

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Should evolution be taught in schools?  It looks like someone who was searching for the answer decided to ask all the Miss USA contestants: I don’t really know why they spring these types of questions on pageant contestants, but it offers us an array of misunderstandings to ponder.  One thing that stood out to me […]

Mammoths and Creation Science

February 6, 2011

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You may have heard about another attempt to clone a woolly mammoth.  This project is being carried out by scientists from around the world, and it’s pretty cool. Meanwhile, at places like the Institute of Creation Research (ICR), Creation Scientists are doing something else.  Instead of participating or trying to resurrect a competing extinct animal, […]

The Bible Study

April 26, 2010

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When my brother-in-law Curtis asked me if I could fill-in on piano at his Baptist church one Sunday I gladly accepted. I’ve played in church since I was eleven years old, so that was nothing new. What I was most interested in was attending their Bible study before the church service. Curtis was studying hebrew, […]

Repeating Biology

April 24, 2010

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If you looked into the creation/evolution debate recently, you were probably examining a different set of evidences and arguments than those in the 1980’s, the 60’s, and during the Scopes Trial in 1920’s. I looked at this issue at several distinct points in my life, from different angles as different discoveries and advancements were being […]