Scott on July 16, 2006 at 8:43 pm
Since John put up a great overview of the young history of Verum Serum, I thought I would highlight some of individual posts and multiple-posts-on-a-theme that we have presented over the past year. Some are John’s, some are mine, and some are cooperative projects.
It isn’t just the posts that have been good/interesting/informative. More so are the comments and exchange of ideas that have come out of the comments.
Highlighting Biola’s interview with Antony Flew, the “Godfather of Atheism” who has now moved away from that and towards theism/deism (depending on your semantic perspective).
These two posts (and a couple other ones in later months) expose Gregory S. Paul and his “study” claiming that secular societies are better off socially than are pro-religious (and anti-evolution) America. We are still getting comments on these posts.
Unveiling the paranoia and hysterical undertone of extreme Anti-ID scientist.
A look at the mentally-unstable/irrationality/bizzaro world of the guy who, among other things, wants “under God” removed from the Pledge of Allegiance and “In God We Trust” taken off of U.S. currency.
This series of posts take a look at Paul Mirecki of Kansas University who proposed a class titled Special Topics in Religion: Intelligent Design, Creationisms and other Religious Mythologies…the posts include follow-ups to the story including his claim that he was attacked by religious fundamentalists and beaten for his brave stand against I.D.
John does an excellent job of hitting some of the highlights in making the argument that our existence is nothing short of miraculous
Just a fun chance to take a shot at the Anti-I.D. camp, using one of the philosophical and psychological weaknesses of their argument as a basis to tell an I.D. story (of sorts)
An excellent post by John…the title says it all
Partially stimulated by the “Prophet Mohammed cartoon fiasco,” these posts look at Islam and the frightening logic (or lack-there-of) that one finds in this, the world’s second-largest religion.
A look at the inconsistent presentation of science as relates to the state of the globe…in particular the 1960s-1970s belief that the earth was destined for a global freeze-over.
A pet peeve of mine…the leadership of the Catholic Church and its hypocrisy.
A series of posts coming out of the shadow of the Prophet Mohammed cartoons, but in this case focusing on the offensive presentation of Jesus in a sexually compromising position with a pig.
A post to expose the religious hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton (as if that was difficult).
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