The assault on Christianity and really religion, in general, continues to come from the atheists who run the science community. This time it comes from from the quasi-scientific sociologists. Sociologists from the University of Texas at San Antonio have recently released a study that makes some very interesting claims about what religion does for children … Continue reading Religion and Child Development
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-acvdg-aaf89c Beyond the Basics host Emory Moynagh discusses the origins of animal behavior and how it applies to origins.
I've been meaning to write about lactose tolerance for a while now. Consistently I see this brought up as an example of a beneficial mutation. Superficially it would seem that it is the case. After all, people who are lactose intolerant miss out on some very tasty foods, that are also beneficial, or so we … Continue reading The Lactose Tolerance Mutation
I've done a lot of research and a lot of writing about kinds in recent months which anyone who has regularly read the blog will be well aware of by now. I wanted to take one more article and discuss the concept, however, because this is something I did not address in much depth in … Continue reading Reproductive Isolation and Baraminology