Category Archives: Evolution

Controversy of the Ages (Book Review)

Dangitbill readers know that a little while back I set out to study the topic of the age of the earth.  There are basically 3 logically possible positions (old, young, and eternal).  Only the first 2 are scientifically viable today … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at the Evidence (Book Review)

Now this is a novel idea: teach about God’s creation in small daily increments over the course of a year.  That is what Richard and Tina Kleiss (married couple who were both high school science teachers and now creation science … Continue reading

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Defeating Darwinism (Book Review)

Sometimes a specialized subject matter expert is actually not the most qualified person to critique a related idea.  Case in point: Who would you trust more for advice on a difficult end-of-life decision for a loved one?  A life support … Continue reading

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The Case for a Creator (Book Review)

“Equal time.”  Sometimes when the other side of an issue is presented, opponents decry that both sides were not given the chance to argue their case.  “Bias!  Give us equal time.”  But this kind of objection is usually special pleading. … Continue reading

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Is Evolution Your Religion?

Poets write about what they value and believe to be true, good, and beautiful.  The poem is not aiming at the reader’s head, but his heart.  In this sense, poetry can be worship.  The analyst, the scientist, the theoretician, and … Continue reading

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