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April 10, 2006

The Gospel (of Judas?)

The National Geographic is all agog over a newly discovered "Gospel of Judas." It totally changes our view of history's greatest traitor, or so goes the TV promotions. It's almost funny. When was the last time the Geographic crowd found... ... more

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July 18, 2005

Proving a Universal Negative

Science is ill-equipped to prove universal negatives by virtue of the fact that its participants are not omnipresent and have limited resources. As a result, atheists have not basis beyond faith for the foundation of their belief:The burden of proof... ... more

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September 23, 2004

bLogorithm Up and Running on Movabletype 3.1

My posts have been infrequent because I have been converting over to Movabletype 3.1. Over time I'll make slight adjustments to the site and build a number of links. If you link to blogorithm send me a note and I'll... ... more

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September 10, 2004

Care for the Weak? Evolution versus Christianity

Charles Darwin is a well known humanist who is often credited with the conception of evolution. While modern evolutionists are inconsistent in their application of a man-centered philosophy Charles Darwin was not. He writes: With savages, the weak in body... ... more

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May 12, 2004

The Human Embryo and Research

Here is a recent posting on research involving human embryos. A central idea is that the humanity of the pre-born is outside the realm of science and must be considered prior to the pragmatic approach that researchers are taking... ... more

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April 22, 2004

Mice and Men

Media hype and bias are evident in reporting scientific research. The following headlines and lead paragraphs appeared in international news reports regarding the use of parthenogenesis to breed a mouse lacking male DNA. The stories are presented in a manner... ... more

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