Classic Science for Your Sunday Morning Viewing Pleasure

Because I’m sure the question is what do Atheists do with their Sunday mornings, this is what I generally do with mine. I’ve been starting in on more Sagan lately. YouTube is replete with snippets of his shows and speeches, but I really wanted an actual conversation with him this morning. I was delighted to…

Is Lying Good?

I was doing some research for a short paper I needed to write for English when I came across a post by Craig Hazen entitled “Can We Be Good Without God?” What followed was a reading of the ideas that Atheists expect from Christians, essentially a gross (possibly intentional) misunderstanding of anything outside the walls…

Moving Forward.

  Life does not look like what I thought it would be. Nearly every day I walk into an environment I really should have been done with 25 years ago and feel a part of something I forget I’m too old for. My friends are people the same age as my oldest son. This was…

Why Truth Claims Matter

At the end of the book Why Darwin Matters, Michael Shermer presents the reader with an abbreviated list of things scientists disagree on. He does this because within the Creationist/Young Earth community there is the false teaching that science bars C/YE from the conversation by saying “you must believe exactly as we do to be…

End of One, Beginning of Another

Month one of school is officially over for me today. Four weeks of adjustments and learning and changes in environments and new friends. I hate to say that things will now be steady because things never are. Life is like that (and it’s weird to listen to people trying to sell another product). The weeks…