Last week as part of his daily show, popular Catholic Conservative blogger and political commentator felt the need to explain to his substantial audience why he believes in an old earth, and why Christians who don't are a hindrance to the faith. Obviously, I think Walsh is wrong. However, since he is very popular with … Continue reading Walsh, Creation, and Worldview
Editors Note: This article will be part of an ongoing series that will be discussing the concept of a Biblical kind. Respectful reader input is invited. This series will appear periodically, as these articles will be quite long and likely will take some time to write. What is a Biblical kind? This seems like … Continue reading What is a Biblical Kind
Genetics is a frightening subject for people. It involves things they don't entirely understand with big, complicated scary sounding names. Thus when told there is another layer of complexity on top of the normal Mendellian genetics, many people will simply back away from what they perceive as intimidating and complicated science. However, while things like … Continue reading Epigenetics
Evolutionary cosmologists have long postulated that stars can somehow form naturally. They have proposed various mechanisms for this, some even going so far as to call areas of space "stellar nurseries". recently, an astronomer from Purdue University has claimed he observed the birth of a new star in the remnants of a supernova. But is … Continue reading New Star?