Daily Archives: June 3, 2013

Does The Genesis Code Fudge the Bible to Make It Agree with Science?

I promised yesterday that I would write a blog post about the 2010 Christian movie, The Genesis Code, specifically the scene in which it claims that the sequence of creation in Genesis 1 matches what scientific consensus says about the … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Evolution, Genesis, Genesis Code, Religion | 4 Comments

Ambrose’s Nixon: The Triumph of a Politician 18

A significant issue during President Richard Nixon’s Presidency was the use of public school busing to achieve racial integration.  In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court declared in Brown vs. the Board of Education that the policy of “separate but equal” … Continue reading

Posted in History, Political Philosophy, Politics, Race

The Debs Museum and My Ideological Shifts

On page 197 of Norman Thomas: The Last Idealist, W.A. Swanberg refers to Terre Haute, Indiana as Eugene “Debs’s town and a holy place to Socialists”.  I grew up close to Terre Haute, and I visited the Debs museum twice.  … Continue reading

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