Dr. Alice Roberts is Professor of Public Engagement in Science at the University of Birmingham. That’s Birmingham, England. This is a post similar to that once held at the University of Oxford by fundamentalist atheist Richard Dawkins. Like Dawkins, the chair appears to have been specially created for her, as Roberts has for a number [...]
Author Archive | Paul Taylor
God rejected Cain’s sacrifice, because he was trying to offer his own best efforts. God had already shown that only a covering of animal skins, requiring the shedding of blood, would be good enough to cover a person’s sin. That is why Abel’s offering was accepted.
Psalm 19:1 says “The heavens declare the glory of God; And the firmament shows His handiwork.” This is what makes stargazing such a profound experience, in my opinion, because as we look at the night sky, we are being reminded of the creative power and glory of God. This is especially true when something can [...]
Genesis is important, because it is at the foundation of every major Christian doctrine. Paul Taylor explains this point, and expands it at length in his book, No Time for Itching Ears.
The Giant’s Causeway on the coast of Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom is a geological feature with World Heritage Status. The unusual basalt columns are said by secular geologists to have formed over millions of years. Creationist explanations of its formation make much more sense.
Today is the centenary of the death of Alfred Russel Wallace. Who? Alfred Russel Wallace! You know, the man who introduced the theory of evolution by means of natural selection and mutation, of course! Wait a minute! That was invented by Charles Darwin, wasn’t it? Sit down, while I tell you a tale. Alfred Russel [...]
Q I do not believe in macro evolution. I do have some questions I need answered though… Is the primula kewensis observable proof of speciation/macroevolution? If not then why? Primula Kewensis is a cross breed between a type of rose and another plant. It can’t produce with its parents but can produce with itself and [...]
London’s famous Natural History Museum has a display “proving” the evolution of the whale. In a glass case, one can see three skulls. From left to right, there is a skull of a mesonychid, a skull from an ambulocetus, and one from a modern whale. Labels indicate the position of the nose; nostrils near the [...]