Category Archives: Science and Religion

A Low-Budget Christian Movie Is Number 1 in the Nation: Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You

I told you so. For years, I’ve been saying on this blog things like “there is a hunger in the nation for really good Christian movies…it’s just that we aren’t making very many” (from The Top 5 Christian-y Christian Movies … Continue reading

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Luke Speaking Tonight at Cru

Luke is going to give a talk on Resisting Temptation on Thursday, April 23, at 7:00 PM.  It will be in ISB 110 on the University of Montana campus.  (If you are a savvy person, you will note that this means it is tonight.) … Continue reading

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An Article to Irritate Democrats

One of my character flaws is that I seem to enjoy annoying people.  I sometimes dance around the house, even though I don’t actually like dancing. Why would I do that, you ask?  Simple: It really gets on my daughter’s … Continue reading

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An Article to Irritate Republicans

Despite the fact that I warned you my next two posts would be intentionally irritating, I’d guess that some of you thought I was just being hyperbolic.  Wrong! In case you missed it, I’m the idiot who decided to ruin … Continue reading

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The Relationship Between Religion and Politics

I know pufferfish look cute and all.  I’ve seen Finding Nemo.  I’m a big pufferfish fan, I really am.  So imagine my surprise to learn, what they don’t apparently tell you on Finding Nemo, that it turns out they are … Continue reading

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The Apologetic Professor’s Argument for Atheism

There is this scene in Tron: Legacy where the son of the main character is trying to explain to his dad, who has been absent from society for twenty years, what “WiFi” is.  When the dad gets it, he says … Continue reading

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Top 5 Bible Verses That Will Never Be on a Bumper Sticker

Anyone reading the Bible with an objective eye can see that it says some strange things. And I’ve often dreamed of writing a blog post where I took some of those things out of context and imagined what they would … Continue reading

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On The Myth That Scientists Are Objective

You can’t shake a stick these days without hitting a scientist claiming that she or he would not possibly let their biases influence their judgment.  Scientists say this sort of thing all the time.  They act insulted when anyone suggests … Continue reading

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Warm Holiday Aggravation From the Apologetic Professor

I’m off to visit family and will take my usual 3 or 4 week hiatus from blogging during the trip. However, this year, I’ve decided to part with my normal pre-trip strategy.  Typically, I offer a very tame, boring, and non-controversial post … Continue reading

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Are Theists Opposed to Science?

As a kid, I used to have this venting doll named Mr. Long-Legs.  When I was upset, I would take out my frustration by boxing Mr. Long-Legs into a state of doll oblivion. Bottom-line: If this were a Toy Story … Continue reading

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