A majority of Americans believe that God played a role in the creation of human beings, while the general belief in evolution has increased, a new poll finds.
Sixty-two percent of 1,000 adults polled in a YouGov survey taken July… Continue reading
I think there’s an even more charitable interpretation of why Darwinists won’t debate: they have nothing to gain from it, politically. Presidential candidates probably wouldn’t debate either if they were sure that the majority was already on their side. Not… Continue reading
Earlier this week, my friend and fellow YogaBrains contributor Derek Beres shared a shocking statistic on my Facebook wall: Over half of Americans do not believe in evolution. According to a recent Gallup Poll, approximately 46 percent of Americans believe… Continue reading
Here we are in Sandpoint, still. I awakened at about 4 AM because the sky was light. Yes, it stays bright most of the day and night and daybreak is early because we are so far north. …… Continue reading
In his online column, New York Times science writer James Gorman gives his humble scientific opinion on the Ridley Scott sci-fi thriller Prometheus, which opened in theaters last Friday.
It’s “creationism for geeks,” he says, the type that science-fiction writers… Continue reading
In South Korea, a growing anti-evolution movement has successfully laid claim to young students’ minds—or, at least, their textbooks. The country’s Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) announced last month that many South Korean textbook publishers will begin producing… Continue reading
Likewise, salvation doesn’t come from Jesus… Continue reading