Category 'Atheist Pseudo-Science'


John Sanford is a brilliant geneticist who taught at Cornell and other institutions, and retired wealthy from his over 30 patents. His book “Genetic Entropy” – first published in 2005 and most recently updated in 2014 – is a devastating critique of Darwinian theory. Like me, John Sanford converted from Atheism to Belief because of…

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I am saddened by the confusion over the scientific evidence for God, and particularly saddened that many Atheists deliberately create confusion. This week let’s return to a question I asked about a year and a half ago: Why does anything exist? I think it’s obvious that if you start with absolutely nothing – no time,…

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A New Dawn

December 6, 2015 | Under Atheist Pseudo-Science, Science | Posted by | No Comments

How do you explain the miracle of dawn? With heavenly clockwork, an immense fireball rises over one horizon and marches inexorably toward the other, bringing light and heat, making all life possible, and astonishing the sentient beings who stand witness. My best dawns were after sailing through the night, and seeing the darkness slowly conquered…

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A Confused Legal System

April 11, 2015 | Under Atheist Pseudo-Science | Posted by | 1 Comment

Why is the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) anti-faith? I supported them when they fought for the underdog and against discrimination. Now they attack any teacher who dares to suggest that life was designed. See this recent news item from Maine. Our legal system is confused. It treats Atheism as the preferred and protected religion…

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Seeing Clearly

March 6, 2015 | Under Atheist Pseudo-Science, Science | Posted by | No Comments

You probably know your eyes have photocells that react to light. You may not know they are pointed away from the light. They are “reverse-wired,” with biological wires sticking out on the side nearest the light. This didn’t make sense. Atheists argued it couldn’t have been by design. “It is the principle of the thing…

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