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Some Questions for Evolutionists (and my Answers)

Over at the website Evogenesis.com, old earth creationist John Thomas poses some questions for “evolutionists.”  Although I’m not an “evolutionist” in the sense of an unquestioning slavishly faithful adherent, I do think that evolutionary biology has managed to explain a whole lot more than any

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Tomorrow is Darwin Day

Charles Darwin found a meaning in life and a meaning in death, and a meaning in the recreation of life. Furthermore, he based his search for this meaning not on hallucinations or imaginations, but on the facts of the world as he explored it.

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Darwin Day Celebration Grows in Lincoln, Nebraska

Celebrations of Charles Darwin’s birth aren’t just planned in virtual online space or on La-Dee-Da Ivy League quadrangles. The University of Nebraska at Lincoln is celebrating the 200th birth of Charles Darwin all spring long with a public lecture series, an art show and a

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Take a Darwin Day Walk

Colgate University in Hamilton, New York will be dedicating a path as the Darwin Thinking Path, encouraging students to follow Darwin’s habit of walking to think.

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Can Science Ignore The Brady Bunch?

Successful scientific work goes on all the time without religious input, and there’s never been any example of scientific research that could only work with an element of faith involved. Faith isn’t involved in science, if science is science.

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Charles Darwin sponsors CafePress Design Contest

Guess what, shopkeepers? CafePress is holding a contest! Here’s how it works. First, you design a t-shirt with an election theme. Then you give your design to CafePress, and CafePress prints the t-shirts and sells them and doesn’t give you any money back. One of

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?