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(January 21, 2009) It is no secret that just so stories thrive in Neo-Darwinian explanations of the past. Based more on imagination than data, they get their name from Nobelist Rudyard Kipling's 1902 collection Just So Stories for Little Children. Recently, I read Sigmund Freud's book Moses and Monotheism (1939). ..
(October 12, 2008) Concepts such as Thought Police and slogans like Ignorance is Strength that George Orwell wrote about on the pages of Nineteen Eighty-Four are alive and well in our midst. The Darwinian Thought Police have been busy recently. In Britain, they forced the resignation of a leading scientist from the ..
(September 23, 2008) Creationism is a dangerous word - at least if you say it aloud. Professor Michael Reiss, Director of Education at the Royal Society, the leading science organisation in Great Britain, was forced to step down after he was accused of instructing teachers to discuss creation in science classes. ..
(August 10, 2008) The Old Testament book of Jeremiah mentions Gedaliah, son of Pashur, who served as a minister during king Zedekiah's reign (597- 586 BC). Zedekiah was the last king of Judah before the Babylonian captivity. Recently, a piece of clay bearing a seal impression with the name Gedalyahu ben Pashur ..
(July 13, 2008) The Third Way is a Christian magazine published in Great Britain. As its name implies, it attempts to take a theological approach somewhere between conservatism and liberalism. Recently, the magazine published an article by Denis Alexander, a biologist who advised Christians to celebrate evolution. .
(June 29, 2008) Spain is becoming a paradise for apes. The environmental committee of the Spanish parliament has approved a resolution that calls for the right to life and freedom for great apes. The resolution has its roots in the Great Apes Project. Started in 1993 by philosophers Peter Singer and Paola ..
(April 27, 2008) New Scientist is a popular weekly science magazine. Recently, its web version included a special section on 24 usual evolution myths. Some of the arguments follow an old Darwinian pattern, resorting to theological arguments. From Darwin to Dawkins, evolutionists have either explicitly or implicitly .