Archive for August, 2012

G.O.I.N.G.  G.A.G.A.  Christians against Atomic Theory

G.O.I.N.G. G.A.G.A. Christians against Atomic Theory

| August 31, 2012

The following is parody.  I think it is effective and informative parody, as the movement that attempts to rescind the theory of evolution follows this guideline fairly directly. This is reposted from the blog of James McGrath Exploring Our Matrix .   I, David, am responsible for the addition of the images and their titles.  The […]

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Just a Hopeful Thought or my journey

Just a Hopeful Thought or my journey

| August 30, 2012

I grew up hearing sermons about the dangers of popular music styles and being present at record burnings. When I first started hearing artists like Steve Taylor and Petra, there were many sermons, tracts and books claiming that a Christian could not play rock music. There were a ton of ridiculous scare messages circulating, such […]

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An Evolutionary Love Story – A Rap Song

An Evolutionary Love Story – A Rap Song

| August 26, 2012

One of our artists Jawshewa El, a.k.a. Josh Laflin  shared his hip hop tune about the spiritual and intellectual reasons that Christians should stop denying evolution/ creation. An Evolutionary Love Story “An Evolutionary Love Story” – Joshua Laflin (aka Jahshewa El) 6/16/2012 verse 1. You’ll probably hate me for this but I feel it’s important, […]

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Life’s Origin: No Soup For You.

Life’s Origin: No Soup For You.

| August 26, 2012

Darwin’s Warm Little Pond You might remember from high school science class that life arose from some kind of primordial soup of inorganic chemicals.   This was the twentieth century’s version of Darwin’s “warm little pond” that he wrote about to his colleague Robert Hooker. “It is often said that all the conditions for the […]

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The Cradle of Life:  Deep Sea Alkaline Vents

The Cradle of Life: Deep Sea Alkaline Vents

| August 26, 2012

The famous Urey-Miller experiment from the 1950s has been taught in high school science class as an example of how life might have begun.   The idea of life beginning in what Darwin called a “warm little pond” had been around even before Darwin’s time.   The Urey-Miller experiment captured the attention of everyone, because […]

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No Origins in Evolution

No Origins in Evolution

| August 22, 2012

The robotic explorer Curiousity just touched down on Mars within the last few weeks. The touchdown ended a 350 million mile journey from the Earth’s surface to the Martian surface with each inch of its journey planned out using Newtonian Mechanics.  All the calculations involving rocket thrust, insertion into Earth orbit, navigating from Earth to […]

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Should we look to nature to help interpret scripture?

Should we look to nature to help interpret scripture?

| August 17, 2012

Scriptures suggests that we should look to Gods’ creation to help understand God. This is a view that has been held by generations of theologians, scientists and lay people. This has sometimes been described as the ”two books” doctrine. This doctrine holds that we have at least two witnesses to God, the Bible words, inspired […]

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Coming Out

Coming Out

| August 2, 2012

Joshua Laflin shares his journey. It might be a familiar tale for some.

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