SGU listener Mark Gordon from Scotland has been keeping the SGU, and many others, updated on some very disturbing happenings in his home country.
Earlier this week, Mark was one of several outspoken critics whom went the Scottish Parliament week to debate religion in Scottish schools. Parents of students in Scotland reserve the right to […]
Sam, an SGU listener, brought this to our attention the other day (thank you, Sam.)
A new podcast has hit the iTunes shelves. It is called Scripture on Creation.
And of course, it is correctly categorized under the ‘Religion and Spirituality’ category, isn’t it?
It is in iTunes ‘Science and Medicine’ category.
“A bunch of angry smiling people were handing out these anti-evolution flyers.”
Before there was the TV show Futurama, there was The Simpsons. Sprung forth from the same genius mind of Matt Groening, the man responsible for re-defining comedy, sarcasm, and satire for an entire generation (my generation), Futurama is the perfect blend of science, […]
So, I’m assuming that you’ve seen that Cameron and Comfort are planning to distribute copies of “The Origin of Species” with their 50-page introduction saying how evolution is all mumbo-jumbo.
I’ve heard countless references to various findings that are in support of evolution, whether they be fossil finds (with and without predictions), lab experiments, and […]
Texas has been a battleground for the conflict between science and creationism. It is one of the few states that drives the textbook industry, which makes it a prime target for those with an agenda to influence public education.
Today I received the following e-mail from the Texas Citizens for Science – a fine group […]