1. Conviction: That religious people are often equally convinced that they are correct. 2. Mutual exclusiveness: That not all of them can be correct. 3. Lack of evidence: That not one of them… Read More
A “Little Bang” happening all by itself inside an empty box would be unscientific. Something from nothing for no reason is unscientific. Creationists, therefore, standing on the side of science contend that there… Read More
That the Christian God does not value logic and reason, is a telling fact. For He makes it a requirement of man to abandon reason — that he should acknowledge His existence by means… Read More
This document has been circling around for quite a while but I just found it. This is Mr Hovind’s doctorate dissertation. READ IT HERE. Excerpts: Yep, a PhD thesis. Go figure.
Despite hearing many individuals trying to reconcile religion and science by asserting that both are a pursuit of truth (ie. having the same goal), I beg to disagree. This statement could not be… Read More
I stumbled into a Christian chatroom the other night, where some people were arguing about evolution – a discussion in which I myself did not participate. After about two paragraphs’ worth of plain-English explanation from the… Read More
Contact is a 1997 film based on Carl Sagan’s novel with the same name. I didn’t expect much but it turned out to be quite the unique gem, and also a great tribute… Read More
I’m a bit late, but this is a must watch. via Cafe Witteveen.