Bill Nye the Science Guy was Wrong

I really hate to disagree with a hero, but that is something I am going to do. In an interview on the show Mid-Point, Bill Nye was asked why the idea of evolution is so disliked in so many households. … Continue reading

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Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter

Has the Ark Encounter hit a sandbar? Many believe so. The Ark Encounter is a proposed theme park in Tennessee featuring a 500 foot long Ark and the story of Noah as its centerpiece. The parent organization, Answers in Genesis, … Continue reading

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A Split in the Anglican Church

Will the Anglican Church breakup? Well, if you ask the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, that answer may very well be “no.” Why not? Because of the differing views concerning the ordination of women and the acceptance of members of … Continue reading

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Cameron, Christmas and Pagans

Kirk Cameron, that wise and sometimes gothic voice of the Christian faith (I am still wondering which Christian faith he represents), is making a bold statement in his upcoming film “Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas.” His claim? The pagans are hijacking … Continue reading

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Satanists Display in Florida Capitol

It’s official. The red state of Florida is allowing the Satanists to have a display in the state capitol rotunda in Tallahassee. According to Americans United for Separation of Church and State, the rotunda in the capitol was designated as … Continue reading

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Great Holiday Gift Idea: A Christian Nation

“Earlier this month, we warned you about a fundamentalist campaign to influence social studies education in Texas. Proposed textbooks contained false “Christian nation” myths that greatly exaggerated Judeo-Christian influences on the development of our democracy. Scholars who reviewed the books said … Continue reading

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Abraham on Trial for Child Abuse

Well it is finally happening. The biblical patriarch Abraham is being put on trial for child abuse and endangerment. OK, it is only a mock trial but the participants are as important as the story and alleged abuse by Abraham … Continue reading

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Destruction of the Ten Commandments

On Friday October 24, 2014, Michael Tate Reed II drove to the state capitol building in Oklahoma City and ran into the Ten Commandments monument, destroying the six-foot tall monolith. Though erected in possible violation of the First Amendment’s “Establishment Clause,” its … Continue reading

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Maybe God Did It Darwin’s Way?

“When we read about Creation in Genesis, we run the risk of imagining God was a magician, with a magic wand able to do everything. But that is not so… God is not a divine being or a magician, but … Continue reading

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Drawing the line on religious practices in schools

Reprinted with the permission of the Columbia Missourian. Originally posted on wednesday, October 22, 2014. Oct. 16 was “Bring Your Bible to School Day,” as declared by the Alliance Defending Freedom, formerly Alliance Defense Fund. If you noticed, there was no uproar from … Continue reading

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