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  • Michael Gungor and wife Lisa at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards (2012)
    Answering Michael Gungor
    Michael Gungor answered his critics yesterday. In Relevant magazine he pleaded for unity of the Church. He also denounced those who called him apostate, blasphemer, heretic, false teacher, etc. over his belief in evolution. But in so denouncing,...
  • Evolution from Golden City
    Evolution: Golden City Brewery
    The evolution of beer is a long and storied series of events. What was once a barely-alcoholic, spontaneously-fermented, murky liquid in an ancient Assyrian’s clay pot has morphed and diverged over the centuries into the spectrum of styles...
  • National Academies Press offers free evolution books online
    National Academies Press offers free evolution books online
    Here's a wonderful resource to help teach evolution. The National Academies Press offers all of its evolution-themed science publications free online.One of the most helpful books is the NAP's 88-page Science, Evolution, and Creationism,...
  • Evidence for evolution
    Adam & Eve falsified by science, an atheist's view (debate excerpt)
    On Sept. 28th, John Breckenridge (Christian) did a debate with Bernie Dehler (atheist, former born-again evangelical Christian) on the topic of Adam and Eve. Can science now falsify the Adam and Eve Bible story? Bernie lays out the case in this...
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    Godly Confederacy
    During his successful campaign for the presidency in 1912, Woodrow Wilson, the former president of Princeton University, was asked whether he believed in evolution. Wilson replied, “that of course like every other man of intelligence and...
  • Evolution’s Archilles’ Heals, groundbreaking scientific discovery
    Evolution’s Archilles’ Heals, groundbreaking scientific discovery
    Disputes about the theory of evolution compared to the theory of creation never grow old. Nope, not even with the evidence that now exists for the latter. Evolution’s Archilles’ Heels is a groundbreaking film that could potentially put...
  • Talk 101
    Talk 101
    David Barash, a biologist who teaches a class in animal behavior at the University of Washington, describes in a column last week in the New York Times how, at the start of every school year, he gives his students The Talk. The Talk isn’t...
  • New study gives the cerebellum its rightful place in human evolution
    New study gives the cerebellum its rightful place in human evolution
    The cerebellum should be given more credit for the evolutionary developments in human ancestors and man than it has previously been given. This is the conclusion of a new study of the rate of development of the cerebellum in humans and apes...
  • American astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson
    Neil deGrasse Tyson admits misquoting President Bush, but raises more questions
    According to a Saturday story in the Washington Post, celebrity scientist and media personality Neil deGrassse Tyson has finally admitted that he misquoted President George W. Bush. However, his “admission” has raised further questions...
  • Archaeopteryx
    Birds didn't evolve from dinosaurs in one fell swoop, but over millions of years
    Dinosaurs didn’t suddenly give way to birds, a new study finds, but slowly transitioned into fowl though a piecemeal evolutionary process. Scientists have long understood that birds evolved from their more grounded brethren, but research...
  • Peloidal phosphorite
    Precambrian late embryos cast doubt on biological evolution
    A Chinese-American team may have discovered, if not a "Precambrian rabbit," the next best thing: Precambrian embryonic fossils showing the kind of development only multicellular organisms show. The team leaders do not know whether they...
  • Albrecht Durer Face Transforms
    Humans evolved unique faces in order to recognize each other, study finds
    New research indicates that evolution may be the reason why no two faces are alike. In a report released on Tuesday, researchers found that the human face is far more variable than any other feature of the human body. According to the study, DNA...
  • Sagittal MRI with contrast of a glioblastoma WHO grade IV in a 15-year-old boy.
    Brain cancer promoted by big brain evolution in humans
    The same processes that promoted the development of a large frontal lobe in the brains of humans and their most ancient ancestors also promoted a niche for the most common type of brain cancer that affects the frontal lobe in man. Ruihuan Chen and...
  • Is Richard Dawkins Really a Scientist?
    Op-Ed: Is Richard Dawkins really a scientist?
    Atheists often claim “atheism is the default position; atheism makes no claims, it just disbelieves in God or gods.” This statement is a lie unto itself, containing several claims: 1) Atheism makes no claims; 2) It's doubtful there...
  • Example of “Fifty Shade of Grey Aliens” template
    Example of “Fifty Shade of Grey Aliens” template
    In the original article Fifty Shade of Grey Aliens we noted, in part:…various people of various fields were quoted and cited who conclude that aliens (by any other name) are highly evolved human beings visiting us from the future. This is...