Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Evolution, Atheism, and Anti-Matter

This weeks podcast discusses the claim that Evolution is Atheism. It points out numerous Biblical passages that denounce a literal interpretation of Genesis, and also discusses anti-matter.

Evolution, Atheism, and Anti-Matter

Here is the image of Elephant Man I promised; notice the obvious lack of symmetry in his skeletal structure:

Copyright © 2006 Discovery Communications Inc.

Here is the information on the Hebrew word for 'day'.

Here is a bit more information on the Casimir Effect.


Blogger richard said...

Hi Robert,
I discovered your podcast via iTunes, and this week sort of got caught up through them all. I say 'sort of', because I listened to the 'creationism' parts, and only skipped around a bit through the other parts.

So you know where I'm coming from, I am a Christian, and I believe the earth was created somewhere around 6,000 years ago.

Of the creationist arguments you have presented thus far, probably half (I'm guessing here) of them I would agree with you are in error. They are the result of ignorance of the science and/or evolutionary theory.

The other half or so, though, I think reveal an ignorance of the doctrine of biblical creation. So it doesn't appear to be a one-way street as far as ignorance goes. I don't recall any specifics off hand, but as you release more podcasts, I'll make an effort to comment on them as I listen.

My biggest suggestion at this point is to be a little less emotional when critiquing creationist views. I can almost feel the animosity in your voice when you really get on a roll. ;)

6:29 AM  
Blogger Lucretius said...

Hello Richard,

Thanks for your response. Perhaps you could present to me what you think are some problems with evolution so that they could be used on later shows?

When you think I have made an error discussing the Bible, or answering Creationist claims, let me know and we will discuss. My friend has already informed me that the man-beast beast-man contradiction is not in the NIV due to different wording.

Well, I have to head off to school now, so I guess continue to post and/or e-mail me with questions/comments/etc.


Robert Lippens

9:28 AM  
Blogger Norris said...

Hello Robert, Saw you yesterday at the Sunday meeting and was hoping to talk with you, but no chance. I do not believe in the Big Bang Theory and in the future hope to conduct some experiments to prove that the theory is wrong.

11:07 AM  

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