The Relative Truth About Science

A huge controversy has erupted over the last several weeks around Neil deGrasse Tyson, a wildly popular “science explainer.” It turns out that Mr. Tyson […]

Review — Complexity: A Guided Tour

Complexity: A Guided Tour Melanie Mitchel

If you’re curious about what the “cutting edge,” in evolutionary theory is, this book should be on your reading […]

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Liberals often misunderstand the views of conservatives, particularly in the area of economics, and particularly among Christians. Often this is just a matter of years […]

Evolutionary Dogma

Entropy and Evolution

Of course the whole idea of compensation, whether by distant or nearby events, makes no sense logically: an extremely improbable event is not rendered less […]

Worldview Week 20: Considering Evolution

I’m blogging through a worldview class I’m teaching for our homeschool coop through the next year in this series of posts. Each week I’ll post […]

Evolution and Extrapolation

Here’s the background: In The Origin of Species, Darwin discussed the work of animal breeders, pigeon fanciers in particular. They might vary in coloring or […]

Review: The Genius of Ancient Man

The Genius of Ancient Man Don Landis

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There is little doubt that we live in an essentially narcissistic world, that in previous ages, people […]

Evolution’s Lie

What is evolution’s foundational selling point to the world at large? Here is Bill Nye (the Science Guy) explaining why we should all believe in […]

Worldview Week 6: Atheism

I’m blogging through a worldview class I’m teaching for our homeschool coop through the next year in this series of posts. Each week I’ll post […]