Anyone can be a journalist and they don't need an affiliation with an established outlet. It's increasingly important that unaffiliated journalists know they have the same legal protection as a reporter at a newspaper. It's significant for the development of alternative forms of expression that do not fit neatly in our traditional concepts of speech or press. — William E. Lee, professor of journalism, Univ. of Georgia, Dec 2014
I just found this site earlier today, and I can't stop reading! This seems like a great place to keep myself updated in this heated debate between Creation science and Darwinian nonsense. Though being an electrical engineer student, I may or may get involved with much biology in my future career; I still hope that my appreciation for God’s design may help me become a better designer myself. — an undergrad in California
The relationship between Darwinism and real science is parasitic. The theory’s main use is for Darwinists to claim credit for whatever biology discovers. If research shows that humans are selfish, Darwinism can explain that. If science shows we are unselfish, why, it can explain that too. If we are a combination of both — no problem. If cells are simple or complex, if sexual reproduction is common or rare, if embryos are similar or different, Darwinism will explain it all for you. The elasticity of the theory would make Sigmund Freud blush. — Michael Behe, First Things (Nov 2000)
Sea snakes said to turn black due to ‘industrial melanism’—a term from the old peppered moth story. Media go wild.
A new study has confirmed what Darwinism critics have been saying for some time: Darwinism is the doorway to atheism.
Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, when thou shalt say, I have no pleasure in them. — Ecclesiastes 12:1