Macro-evolution and faith are incompatible, yes: there's no doubt about that. But don't confuse true science with evolutionism.
Did the universe have a beginning, or is it eternal? For centuries most philosophers thought the latter...
Why the rise of systematic study of science in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries? It required a certain form of thinking.
I have to apologize for my title - a greater brain could have conceived a better one... Scientists aren't allowed to consider even the possibility of design or creation, under threat of ostracism, ridicule, and loss of livelihood. Consequently such bafflingly complex design features as the human brain are just blindly accepted as being another … Continue reading THINKING ABOUT THE BRAIN
Evolutionists cite similarities between various animals, and between various plants, as evidence of our ancestry from single-celled creatures. The "evolutionary tree of life" depicts us all descending from the same one-celled creatures as jellyfish, elephants, butterflies and Venus fly-traps. Apologies to anyone reading this repeat of my post from last year-I'm quite proud of it … Continue reading THE LARGEST EVER SINGLE SELL