Creation at the Inauguration

January 20, 2017 in Bible and TheologyDarwin and EvolutionHealthHuman BodyIntelligent DesignMediaMind and BrainPolitics and Ethics

Acknowledgement of God as Creator permeated the inauguration celebrations today in the US Capitol.

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Cracks in the Climate Consensus?

January 18, 2017 in Cell BiologyEducationFossilsGeologyMediaPhilosophy of SciencePhysicsPolitics and Ethics

It’s still dangerous to challenge Big Science about climate change. In the new political climate, a growing number of voices are willing to take the risk.

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Germany Reconstructing Nazi Medical Atrocities

January 17, 2017 in Bible and TheologyCell BiologyDarwin and EvolutionEducationGeneticsHealthHuman BodyIntelligent DesignMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

German scientists who studied euthanasia victims’ brains “were very good researchers of international standing.”

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Adult Stem Cells Eliminate Need for Embryo Killing

January 16, 2017 in Cell BiologyGeneticsHealthHuman BodyIntelligent DesignPolitics and Ethics

As another fight looms over presidential policy on embryonic stem cells, here’s what the latest news shows about the efficacy of adult stem cells.

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Scientists Paranoid about Losing Access to Baby Body Parts

January 15, 2017 in Bible and TheologyCell BiologyDumb IdeasEducationHealthHuman BodyIntelligent DesignMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

You would not believe the hatred and disgust that Big Science has for anyone trying to protect the unborn.

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Copper Mine at Timna Shows Solomon’s Power

January 12, 2017 in Amazing FactsBible and TheologyMind and BrainPolitics and Ethics

Continuing discoveries in the Timna Valley in southern Israel near the Gulf of Aqaba show the widespread and dominant influence of Solomon’s kingdom.

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Time to Overhaul Science

January 11, 2017 in Bible and TheologyEducationMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

A noted advocate of science integrity is leading a team of experts on a program to improve scientific practice and clean up serious failings.

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Christianity Could Help Scientists’ Moral Concerns

January 8, 2017 in Bible and TheologyDarwin and EvolutionDumb IdeasEducationHealthIntelligent DesignMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

When all else fails, look to the Word of God.

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Big Science Pops its Zits

January 5, 2017 in Bible and TheologyCell BiologyCosmologyDarwin and EvolutionDumb IdeasEducationGeneticsIntelligent DesignMammalsMediaMind and BrainOrigin of LifePhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

If you think institutional science has a smooth complexion, look closer. From every angle, serious blemishes are coming to light.

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Big Science Leans Pro-Death

January 3, 2017 in Bible and TheologyDarwin and EvolutionDumb IdeasEducationGeneticsHealthHuman BodyIntelligent DesignMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

Is there any logical or empirical reason why science journals and secular reporters should always take the pro-abortion position?

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Big Science Blind to Its Scientism

December 30, 2016 in Bible and TheologyDumb IdeasEducationMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

Big Science loves scientism, but the view that science is the most reliable path to knowledge suffers a fatal flaw: it is self-refuting.

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Big Science Blind to Its Political Bias

December 27, 2016 in Bible and TheologyDarwin and EvolutionDumb IdeasEducationIntelligent DesignMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

More evidence that institutional scientists, journal editors and reporters live in an echo chamber that betrays their ideals of unbiased knowledge generation.

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Christmas Star Remains Mysterious, But Something Real Happened

December 24, 2016 in Amazing FactsAstronomyBible and TheologyDating MethodsEducationIntelligent DesignMediaPhilosophy of SciencePhysicsPolitics and EthicsSolar System

Theories rise and fall about the nature of the star that led the wise men to Bethlehem, but the fact remains: they saw something, and came on time to see Jesus.

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Big Science Blind to Its Bias

December 23, 2016 in Darwin and EvolutionDumb IdeasEducationMediaPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

Some scientists, science reporters and journal editors could use a trip to reform school for treatment of delusions of grandeur.

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Cave Climate Conclusions Compromised

December 22, 2016 in Cell BiologyDating MethodsGeologyPhilosophy of SciencePhysicsPolitics and Ethics

Widely used to infer past climates, isotope measurements from stalactites and stalagmites in caves can mislead researchers.

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Science Has to Borrow a Moral Compass

December 18, 2016 in Darwin and EvolutionEducationHealthHuman BodyIntelligent DesignMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

Observing facts is not enough to determine whether something is good or evil.

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Don’t Be a Snowflake

December 11, 2016 in Bible and TheologyEducationHealthHuman BodyIntelligent DesignMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

Psychologists find that people willing to face spiritual challenges have better mental health.

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Trusting Science Experts Can Be Disastrous

December 5, 2016 in EducationGeologyMediaMind and BrainPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

Nobody pushes the values of science more than scientists. But trusting them doesn’t always work out right.

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Biblical Archaeology Finds to Watch

December 2, 2016 in Amazing FactsBible and TheologyDating MethodsEducationMediaPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

Are Moses and Jesus corroborated by extra-Biblical artifacts? Here’s the good and the bad about two interesting yet controversial finds.

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Nature Penitent Over Political Bias

December 1, 2016 in Bible and TheologyEducationMediaPhilosophy of SciencePolitics and Ethics

The editors of Nature confess to living in a liberal echo chamber, out of touch with most Americans, too quick to judge conservatives.

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