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The Liberal-Conservative War: Is it Cultural -- or Biological?

Steven Paul Leiva | Posted 10.27.2012 | Politics
Steven Paul Leiva

What if the Culture War is not cultural at all? What if it is biological? What if this unbridgeable divide we are experiencing is in fact a matter of speciation -- between Homo sapiens retro and Homo sapiens progressivus?

Dumb ALEC and Its "Breathtaking Inanity"

Jim Hutchins | Posted 08.21.2012 | Science
Jim Hutchins

There is still some scientific disagreement about man-caused climate change, this much is true. But there is no debate or controversy whatsoever on evolution; it's generally accepted science in broad terms.

Will Creationism Be Taught In Indiana Schools?

Posted 03.27.2012 | Religion

Indiana legislators are moving forward on a bill that would allow creationism to be taught in the state's public school system. The Senate Educatio...

Creationists Destroy Creationism With Their Own Words

Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D. | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.

The Bible is the ultimate standard for evaluating scientific claims? All by itself, this claim has accomplished what no scientist could possibly do as convincingly: it has removed all forms of creationism from the scientific enterprise.

USA Today: Decrying Scientific Ignorance While Endorsing Creationism?

Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D. | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.

Far too many people find it all but impossible to differentiate between science and pseudoscience. Unfortunately, it appears that USA Today falls into the group unable, or unwilling, to distinguish between the two.

Improving Science Education by Ignoring Evolution? Absurd!

Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D. | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.

Studies continue to show that U.S. students' science literacy is very poor. The science curriculum advanced by creationist organizations make an already bad situation far worse.

Religion and Science: Respecting the Differences

Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D. | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.

It is difficult for some to understand how an evolutionary worldview may be compatible with deeply held religious convictions. But this difficulty is no reason to attack those who manage to comfortably balance the two.