Creationists are Trying to Push Forward a Regressive Agenda on Darwin Day

Creationists are Trying to Push Forward a Regressive Agenda on Darwin Day

Creationism, despite proof to the contrary, refuses to go away. Science educators are trying hard to make people understand the beauty of science, and

Church of Flying Spaghetti Monster

Church of Flying Spaghetti Monster Finally an Official Denomination in Netherlands

Netherlands’ Chamber of Commerce has finally acknowledged the Church of Flying Spaghetti as an official denomination After the long struggle and wait of Pastafarians

Creationists Want to Build a Planetarium in Dallas

The Institute for Creation Research is planning to build a planetarium, lecture hall, and exhibit space when they expand their headquarters in Dallas. The

Evolution Is Most Popular in the World Among Young and Non-Americans

PEW Research shows 73% of younger Americans believe in Evolution. There are very few things that have caused a division in the people of

Ark Encounter

Noah’s Ark, Theme Park Under Construction in Kentucky

The life-size Noah's Ark is being built by Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis and will open next July. Costing some $92 million, construction

Bill Nye VS Ken Ham

Ken Ham and Bill Nye Debate Still Rages On Months Later

Bill Nye and Ken Ham debated the topic of creationism earlier this year, but the two have kept up the fight through interviews and

Bill Nye Willing to go to Hell

Bill Nye the Science Guy is Willing to Go to Hell for His Beliefs [Video]

After debating creationist Ken Ham, Bill Nye campaigned for evolution, even at the cost of his place in heaven. Christians have responded and pray

AtheistTV Launch VS Ken Ham

Atheist TV Launches on Roku – Atheists Love It, Ken Ham Doesn’t

American Atheists launch first television channel dedicated to non-believers, Atheist TV, on Roku. Atheists are excited; creationist Ken Ham, not so much. Christians and

Labyrinth Boulder City

Despite Nye vs Ham Debate, Religion and Science Merge at Nevada Church

While Bill Nye and Ken Ham debate each other over science and religion (a biased play-by-play can be read here), a harmony between the