The Bible’s Greatest Hits – Week 27: John 4:32

Hello all and welcome to this post-War on Christmas edition of The Bible’s Greatest Hits. I hope you all survived the gluttony, in-laws, and other such terrors. Speaking of terrors, it appears that Creation Today, Eric Hovind’s  webcam diary, has joined up with some other reality denialists to create a 3D film of the book of Genesis using the same techniques as James Cameron’s Avatar. So, there’s that to look forward to. Elsewhere, a jury found that “faith healing” is a bit of a misnomer when the subject dies and voted unanimously to award the victim’s family $100 million. But enough of that, on to today’s verse!


But he said unto them, I have meat to eat that ye know not of.

John 4:32


Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.

What’s the Shelf Life of Creationism?

Motivated by a mix of morbid curiosity and a perverse sense of duty (I’m doing this so you folks don’t have to), I attended a meeting of the Twin Cities Creation (non)Science Association on November 20th.  I recruited a sympathetic friend and borrowed a camera from another in hopes of capturing some video to share. However, the moment that our hosts noticed my camera, I was politely informed that there was “unpublished research” being discussed by presenter Dr. Kevin Anderson, and the Creation Research Society was worried about potential leaks.

Thus, the conspiracies began. [Read more…]

Transformers and Creationism

Roger Ebert may have stumbled upon the best evidence for creationism: Transformers.

Therefore, this is proof that Autobots were not assembled on Cybertron by hurricanes or any other means envisioned by Darwin, and were Intelligently Designed. That makes the Transformers series a compelling parable for ID, and I expect several of this year’s Republican presidential candidates to recommend the movies on that basis alone.

Obviously, Ken Ham is going to be jealous that he didn’t think of it first.

Read Ebert’s entire blog post here.