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Bump and Wind? Watching the Watchmaker Argument

Lots of Watches breaks down the analogy until it falls into little bitty pieces: If I came upon a watch, i would assume it had a maker. Unless I saw lots and lots of watches. All different types of watches. And these watches were all

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Meet Paul LePage, Creationist for Governor of Maine

Two weeks ago, the moderator of a Republican gubernatorial debate asked candidate Paul LePage a simple and straightforward question: “Do you believe in creationism, and do you think it should be taught in Maine public schools?” Paul LePage’s complete answer: I would say intelligence, uh,

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Candidate Paul LePage Video: Read Letter on Back?

While walking by the side of the road today here in Maine, I encountered the following campaign sign for Paul LePage, a Republican candidate for Governor. A bewilderingly unclear campaign sign might be better for Paul LePage than a crystal clear one: LePage, after all,

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Transitional Forms: Que Sediba, Sediba

How can evolution be taught over creationism in the public schools when there are no transitional forms? We should be clear about this: If Darwin’s Theory is correct, we should be able to find a well defined trail of fossils that clearly show the gradual,

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Creationist Fundamentalists Get Unreal With Universal Facts

Someone has apparently decided to send me literature from the fundamentalist Christian American Family Association; the AFA Journal has begun arriving at my house. The January 2010 issue features a Nazi flag on the front cover, with the caption “The Evil Lives In Secularism” below.

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