Browsing All posts tagged under »creationism«

Did you watch Bill Nye debate Ken Ham?

February 9, 2014


Last week Bill Nye the Science Guy came to the Creation Museum to debate Answers In Genesis founder Ken Ham. The auditorium was packed, and millions of people watched it online. The next few posts here will be about the debate, so check it out and join the discussion. It’s available on YouTube, and embedded […]

Where does theistic evolution lead?

August 25, 2013


So where is this heading? What kind of Christians accept evolution, and how does it affect their beliefs? Do they all deny Adam, original sin, the doctrine of inerrancy, divine intervention? Do they even accept the virgin birth and bodily resurrection of Jesus? Before any of these questions can be answered, a few points should […]

Grave Robbers

April 16, 2013


This 150-year-old debate over evolution can flare up in all kinds of places. Sometimes the issue gets wrapped into a court case, a school board election, and sometimes things play out in the media. Bill Nye ignited the controversy recently by making a video blasting creationism. Answers in Genesis offered an underwhelming response video and […]

Pageant Theory

June 25, 2011


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 […]