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Can Evolution Account for the Origin of Life? A Response to Scientific American: Part 4

This is a continuation of my blog series responding to the Scientific American Article: 15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense. Today I will talk about three arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution.The first creationist argument I will talk about is: 7. Evolution cannot explain how life first appeared on earth. Rennie responds by saying, “The…See More
Aug 4, 2015
PhiloNibbler commented on Kirk A. French's blog post 'Misrepresenting and Misunderstanding, A Response to Scientific American: Part 2'
"Kirk, when I was in high school the arguments presented by John Rennie were ones I learned and even used on my first website (luckily, that page has long disappeared from the web). I still have my high school biology books which present the argument…"
Aug 1, 2015
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Is belief in Evolution Scientific or Religious? A Response to Scientific American: Part 3

This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will talk about two arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution.The first argument I’m going to talk about is: “3. Evolution is unscientific, because it is not testable or falsifiable. It makes claims about…See More
Jul 17, 2015
Kirk A. French posted a blog post

Misrepresenting and Misunderstanding, A Response to Scientific American: Part 2

This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will talk about three arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution. To be perfectly honest, I have never heard these arguments before and they are terrible! I cannot see anyone from any of the creationists…See More
Jul 12, 2015
Kirk A. French posted a blog post

Is Evolution Fact or Faith? A Response to Scientific American: Part 1

This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will answer the first argument that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, uses against creationism.The first argument that Rennie says creationists use is this: “1. Evolution is only a theory. It is not a fact or a scientific law.” Rennie’s response was that…See More
Jul 8, 2015
Kirk A. French posted a blog post

An Ongoing Debate, A Response to Scientific American: Introduction

On June 17, 2002, John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, published an article titled, “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. The article states 15 responses to supposedly popular creationist arguments that are used against evolution, not to mention several statements rebuking the alleged atrocity of creationism. Even though Rennie’s article was written in 2002, evolutionists still use the…See More
Jul 6, 2015
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Jul 4, 2015
Kirk A. French commented on Kirk A. French's blog post 'Natural Disasters and God'
"David, Thank you for your kind comment, my reply here is said with sincerity and respect. I completely agree with you that the majority of people suffering who say, "How could a loving God let this happen?!?" are really looking for…"
May 31, 2015
David commented on Kirk A. French's blog post 'Natural Disasters and God'
"Hi, Kirk. This is a very well-written piece! Thank you for sharing it. I might gently suggest that 95% of the time, someone who says, "How could a loving God let this happen?!?" doesn't really mean "Please explain to me how a…"
May 28, 2015
Kirk A. French posted a blog post

Natural Disasters and God

Right now, here in Texas, we are having the most rain we have had in decades. The Bastrop State Park Dam failed, downtown Austin is in standing water, Houston is underwater, and several lives have been lost. We are not the only ones in a disaster situation, both Oklahoma and Mexico are also having heavy flooding. These events bring up two key issues that are related to Creation: 1. Why would a loving and benevolent God allow bad things, such as these floods, to happen? 2. The need for…See More
May 27, 2015
PhiloNibbler commented on Kirk A. French's blog post 'Spiritual Need Without God?'
"what I found most interesting was this section: "Miller cites twin studies that suggest that the strength of a child’s spiritual awareness is about 29 percent because of broad genetic heritability, 24 percent because of family environment…"
May 23, 2015
Kirk A. French posted a blog post

Spiritual Need Without God?

Today I read an article from the New York Times by David Brooks titled "Building Spiritual Capital". This article talked about the need for spiritual development in children. The Article said "spiritual awareness is innate and that it is an important component in human development. An implication of her work is that if you care about social mobility, graduation rates, resilience, achievement and family formation, you can’t ignore the spiritual resources of the people you are trying to…See More
May 22, 2015
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Feb 18, 2015
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A group for individuals who are passionately learning to defend the accuracy of the Holy Bible. Our goal is be a light in the darkness and to fight for those who do not yet believe.The Master Books Bible Defenders Review Team will host this group and provide resource reviews, author interviews, and more. Their purpose is to help you find the books, dvds, curriculum you need to learn, teach, defend and share the Truth.See More
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Can Evolution Account for the Origin of Life? A Response to Scientific American: Part 4

Posted on August 4, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

This is a continuation of my blog series responding to the Scientific American Article: 15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense. Today I will talk about three arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution.

The first creationist argument I will talk about is: 7. Evolution cannot explain how life first appeared on earth. Rennie responds…

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Is belief in Evolution Scientific or Religious? A Response to Scientific American: Part 3

Posted on July 17, 2015 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will talk about two arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution.

The first argument I’m going to talk about is: 3. Evolution is unscientific, because it is not testable or falsifiable. It…

Continue

Misrepresenting and Misunderstanding, A Response to Scientific American: Part 2

Posted on July 12, 2015 at 12:28pm 1 Comment

This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will talk about three arguments that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, states creationists use against evolution. To be perfectly honest, I have never heard these arguments before and they are terrible! I cannot see anyone from any of the creationists…

Continue

Is Evolution Fact or Faith? A Response to Scientific American: Part 1

Posted on July 8, 2015 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will answer the first argument that John Rennie, the editor in chief of Scientific American, uses against creationism.

The first argument that Rennie says creationists use is this: “1. Evolution is only a theory. It is not a fact or a scientific law.”…

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