Category Archives: creationism

Noah’s Post Deluge Diary

Noah’s post deluge diary is an effort to better explain what happened once the great ark came to rest atop of Mt. Ararat. It is an entertaining and informative approach to the premier events which are the moral precepts of … Continue reading

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God’s Belly Button

God’s Belly Button (Questions children should not ask their Sunday school teachers) Teacher – “The bible tells us we are made in God’s image.” Child – “If I’m made in God’s image, does it mean that God has a belly … Continue reading

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Speak out Moderate Religion

Speak out moderate religion, I can’t hear you. This blog is in response to a Commentary by Kashyap Vasada in The Indianapolis Star, April 14 Religion has its place, but it’s not in a science class Kashyap Vasada is a … Continue reading

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Theistic Evolution, another choice for Christians

Creationism then Intelligent Design and now, another choice for Christians, Theistic Evolution (Don’t miss poem at end of blog, “Darwin is My Hero”) Creationism does not offer scientific explanations to the sophisticated and educated Christian concerning evolutionary science, and neither … Continue reading

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Book Review – “Godless” by Dan Barker

Book Review – “Godless” by Dan Barker – “How an Evangelical Preacher Became One of America’s Leading Atheists” I recently received a letter from a College student who had just read my previous blog “Why I’m not a Believer in … Continue reading

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Grandma Was A Creationist – but I loved her anyway.

Grandma Was A Creationist and Fundamentalist, but I loved her anyway, as all children love grandparents. My Grandmother was a highly religious Protestant. She was a sweet and loving person, too gentle to ever say an unkind word to anyone. … Continue reading

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The Language of God & Francis Collins

Author’s note: I wrote the following book review about Francis Collins’ “The Language of God” for the Indianapolis Star Newspaper. Francis Collins’ “The language of God” is well worth a read. It is a Yin and Yang approach to Religion … Continue reading

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