Monthly Archives: November 2006

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You’re Not You and I’m Not Me

The mysterious and ubiquitous Sam Harris, author of Letter to a Christian Nation and The End of Faith has been a busy boy lately. What with major news network interviews, magazine interviews, radio show interviews…its a wonder the buy gets time to think…

Intellectual Barbarians

Over at UD Francis Backwith said: No longer can we assume that our most accomplished scholars in a particular field are truly educated, that they are able to understand and communicate in an even rudimentary way the most important questions with which their…

Have A Happy Thanksgiving!

Here’s wishing all my fellow American Teleologicals a Happy Thanksgiving! May your day be blessed! And may your meal be as intelligently designed and prepared as possible! Donald M

Eugenie Scott in Kansas

I think most of our readers here would have read this from Mike Gene already. But just for the record here is nice catch by him, Myers Attacks Scott. Enjoy! BTW, I am still holding my breathe for this dream job.

Science and Revelation: a Working Relationship

Few thoughts by Leonard R. Brand on relationship between science and religion, which I think, is quite relevant at present. I would appreciate your comments? With Christianity there are many different attitudes toward the authority of the Scriptures, but this paper is built…

How To Grow A Homo Sapien

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Science confirms the long day of Joshua and the long shadow of Hezikiah?

There are two explanations for these passages in the Christian Scriptures: Joshua 10:13 So the sun stood still, and the moon stopped 2 Kings 20:9-11 9 Isaiah answered, “This is the LORD’s sign to you that the LORD will do what he has…

The False Argument from Dysteleology

One of the arguments that Darwinists often raise to “disprove” ID is the argument from dysteleology, more commonly referred to as the argument from sub-optimal design. The basic form of the argument usually goes something like this: P-1: If biological systems were the…

Thank Goodness!!! Daniel Dennett has an Epiphany…sort of.

Daniel Dennett, The Austin B. Fletcher Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University in Massachusettes and author of widely read Darwin’s Dangerous Idea, has apparently had a serious heart problem requiring major surgery. Dennett discusses his brush with death in this essay entitled Thank…

(Dis)Honest Science in Ohio

Over at The Panda’s Thumb, blogster RBH (Richard B. Hoppe), had this to say about the results of the Ohio school board election results this past Tuesday. One of the claims RBH makes is: As readers of the Thumb no doubt already know,…