Universities Ban Discussion of Creation by Speakers, Students
September 13, 2017
Abridgement of speech—as part of the political correctness movement—is now epidemic at universities, where the only religion tolerated is Darwinism.
If Science Is Superior, Why Does It Need Fixing?
June 12, 2017
Scientific publishing and peer review is undergoing a revolution, suggesting there has been something wrong. Yes; its lack of transparency is motivating a drive for 'open science.'
Resurrection Debate Time
April 14, 2017
Easter is coming. It must be time for secularists to emerge like cicadas, chirping that the resurrection of Christ never happened. Sure enough.
Is Science Special?
April 3, 2017
Scientists are gathering this month to march – for what? How different is Big Science from any other special interest group making demands on the government?
Trending: Transparency in Climate Models
October 31, 2016
It's a little late to begin a new climate of transparency among climatologists. What does that imply about the past?
The Climate Is Not Clear for Change
September 19, 2016
Whenever you hear "all scientists agree," watch out. Groupthink may be at work.
Piltdown Forger Fingered
August 10, 2016
One man committed the greatest hoax in the history of anthropology, but others are not so easily exonerated for believing it.
Science Is Biased
May 29, 2016
They admit it; you can't get rid of bias in science. Big Science has too many problems of its own to dictate ethics to others.
If You Can't Trust Scientists, You Can't Trust Science
February 8, 2016
Science may be "out there" in the world, but its discoveries are mediated by fallible scientists.
Movie "Patterns of Evidence" Mainstreams Early Date of Exodus
January 20, 2015
A new documentary "Patterns of Evidence: Exodus" undergirds the early date for the Exodus affirmed by conservative Bible scholars.
More Reasons to Doubt Scientific Pronouncements
February 11, 2012
It’s unsettling to hear scientists say that long-held beliefs might be wrong, but that’s the nature of science. Scientific “findings” are tentative, not absolute. Some see this as a strength of science, but unless actual progress is demonstrated, that strength is called into question. Recent news casts doubt on various scientific methods and beliefs that had been trusted for a long time.