Here is a listing of some of the more popular articles on this blog, grouped by topic:
Grand Canyon Geology
Realistic Expectations for Transitional Fossils
“Unconformities” Showed Geologists By 1800 That The Earth Was Very Old
Soft Tissue in Dinosaur Fossils: Evidence for a Young Earth?
The Cambrian Explosion (Reviews of “Darwin’s Doubt”)
Assessment of Evidences for a Young Earth
Some Simple Evidences for an Old Earth
. “Big Daddy” Chick Tract: The Most Widely-Distributed Anti-Evolution Publication (Shows intermediate fossils between apes and modern humans)
Annual Layers (Varves) in Lake Sediments Show the Earth Is Not Young
Endogenous Retroviruses in Your Genome Show Common Ancestry with Primates
Gorilla, Orangutan, Chimp and Human Genomes: Population Genetics and Intelligent Design
Junk DNA, the ENCODE Project, and Intelligent Design: Facts, Hype, and Spin
From Micro-Evolution to Macro-Evolution: Beneficial Mutations, the Pace of Evolution, and Increasing Genome Complexity (“STAN 3”)
Assessing Limits to Evolution and to Natural Selection: Reviews of Michael Behe’s “Edge of Evolution” and John Sanford’s “Genetic Entropy” (“STAN 4”)
Link to “Science Meets Religion” site by David H. Bailey; tackles many evolution/ID issues, including genetics/information issues like irreducible complexity and generating novel genetic features
. Evolution Before Our Eyes: Complex Mutations in Microbes Giving New Functions
Adam, the Fall, and Evolution
A Survey of Biblical Natural Theology
Jesus on Seeing God in Nature: No Signs, No Justice, No Fear
Early Church Fathers: Excerpts From Christian Writings, 100-200 A.D. (including observations on the natural world)
Was the “Expanse” Overhead in Genesis 1 a Solid Dome?
Evolution and Faith: My Story, Part 2 (summarizes ways to interpret Genesis in the light of evolution)
An Answer to the Intellectual Problem of Evil
“The World’s Last Night”: C. S. Lewis on the Second Coming
. Billy Graham on Evolution
. The Historicity of Jesus (Assesses historical documentation of his life and teachings)
. Job Finds a God Who Walks on the Wild Side
History and Cultural Context of Creationism
Exposing the Roots of Young Earth Creationism (traces the origin of Young Earth “Flood geology” back to nineteenth-century Adventist cult prophetess Ellen White)
University of Washington Biology Professor Brags About Bullying Religious Students
Whatever Happened to Intelligent Design Theorist William Dembski?
A Creationist Speaker Comes to Town (I attend and assess a talk by Jonathan Sarfati)
The Great Debate of 2014: Creationist Ken Ham versus Bill Nye the Science Guy
. Was Darwin An Atheist?
Engineer’s Wife Healed of Multiple Sclerosis
Healing of Nearly-Deaf Boy on YouTube
Healing Miracles in Mozambique: Medical Journal
Prayer for Healing at Bethel Church in Redding, California
Folding and Electric Scooters and Bikes for Commuting the Last Mile
Comparison of Composting Toilets: Towards a Global Commode
Fun Things to Ride: Stepper Bikes, Carving Scooters, Electric Unicycles, etc.
Fun Things to Fly: Powered Parachutes, Trikes, and Gyroplanes
Simple, Featherweight Alcohol Stoves for Camping
Overview of the U. S. Monetary System (What is money and how it is created; interactions of the Treasury, the Federal Reserve, and commercial banks; government and trade deficits)
Work of the American Scientific Affiliation or Its Members
Some Highlights of American Scientific Affiliation 2015 Meeting
Brain, Mind, Faith: 2016 American Scientific Affiliation Meeting
A New Resource for Creationism: “The Grand Canyon, Monument to an Ancient Earth”
How Science Can Inspire and Inform Worship: NASA’s Jennifer Wiseman
Science and Faith at the American Scientific Affiliation 2018 Meeting
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