|October 5, 2015||Posted by News under Culture, Education, News|
Says Smithsonian mag: Most higher education institutions offer a wide range of topics, from engineering and science to literature, history and sociology have long been a backbone of . But, as Alex Dean reports for The Guardian, that is changing in Japan as over 50 universities reduce or eliminate their humanities and social sciences departments […]
|August 20, 2015||Posted by News under Culture, Darwinism, Education, News|
Megan Fox at PJMedia writes, Anyone who questions the great religion of Darwinism, specifically that all living things come from one common ancestor and more specifically, that people evolved from apes, is violently and quickly attacked, silenced, and treated like they’re a heretic. … I have personally been threatened by people who say they want […]
|July 23, 2015||Posted by kairosfocus under Darwinist rhetorical tactics, Education, Ethics, Religion, Science, Philosophy and (Natural) Theology, Science, worldview issues/foundations and society|
Justice, classically, is often portrayed as a blindfolded lady carrying scales and a sword. This represents the challenge of impartiality and responsible and fair evaluation of cases in light of facts, rights, value and values that must consistently lie behind the unfortunate reality that the state and its officers must wield the sword in defence […]
|June 7, 2015||Posted by kairosfocus under Atheism, Darwinist rhetorical tactics, Education, Ethics, FYI-FTR, science education, Science, worldview issues/foundations and society, Selective Hyperskepticism||
In a current UD News thread, we see how Megan Fox at PJ Media reports: >>If you want to know why people dislike atheists, it’s because they’re thoroughly dislikeable. And if you should find yourself on the wrong side of atheists, like I did by simply posting a video [–> perhaps, this] of myself walking through […]
|April 24, 2015||Posted by News under Education, Intelligent Design, Naturalism, News, Philosophy, Science|
The transformation of science from a method to a metaphysic? In a review of William Deresiewicz’s Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life, historian Jackson Lears writes (Commonweal): It is a platitude that we cannot defend the humanities without slipping into platitudes. Why is that? Part of […]
|February 26, 2015||Posted by News under Education, Intelligent Design, News|
Yes, because the mood is seeping into the sciences. A full professor now claims not to know what evidence is.
|January 22, 2015||Posted by News under Darwinism, Education, Intelligent Design, News|
Shoot. At one time, the Haeckel fakes were just another Darwin sneery (= Sure, he lied, but so what? You people need to be lied to!)
|November 15, 2014||Posted by News under Darwinism, Education, News|
And no wonder. Interesting discussion at the ID Facebook page (now over 7000 members, just checked)
|August 21, 2014||Posted by News under Education, Intelligent Design, News|
What does “taught” mean? Advocated? Discussed? Informed about?
|July 18, 2014||Posted by News under Darwinism, Education, Intelligent Design, News|
What we are seeing here is a good design for demonstrating bacterial adaptability.
|July 9, 2014||Posted by News under Education, Intelligent Design|
$6,000 of donated scholarship funds available for potential applicants.
|June 25, 2014||Posted by News under Education, News, Science|
Sly efforts to insert non-materialist approaches will be seen for what they are, efforts to undermine the only approved system.
|April 30, 2014||Posted by News under Culture, Darwinism, Education|
Because they already know it and most often for that reason don’t believe it.
|April 26, 2014||Posted by News under Education, Intelligent Design|
Taught last year by William Dembski, is being taught this year by ID historian and Trinity College professor Thomas Woodward
|April 24, 2014||Posted by News under Education, Intelligent Design, News|
Dembski, whose upcoming book is Being as Communion, has enjoyed a very politically incorrect career.
|April 15, 2014||Posted by scordova under Education, News|
Larry Moran wrote: If Salvador Cordova can put together an audience of biology students at a reputable university (George Mason?) and get an Intelligent Design Creationist to ask these questions, I’ll be happy to come and answer them. … Some of them are easy to answer. The best answer is “I don’t know.” That is […]
|April 12, 2014||Posted by scordova under Education, News|
The Happy Atheist PZ Myers’ blog was once the world’s most visited science blog. He then migrated his blog toward other issues like freethought and became involved in some of the most entertaining internet dramas like Elevator Gate. He actually took time as a science professor to answer questions intended for science professors: No not […]
|April 8, 2014||Posted by scordova under academic freedom, Creationism, Education, News|
Students who ask science professors certain questions will be the ones who’ll appreciate the weaknesses in various anti-ID or anti-creation theories. Preferably they’ll ask after they’ve gotten an “A” in the class, maybe even after they’ve gotten their diploma. The ideal IDist or creationist student can hopefully score in the 99th percentile on evolutionary tests, […]
|March 29, 2014||Posted by scordova under Education, News|
the department chair took me aside and shared with me the results from the latest standardized testing of the senior biology majors. The test splits up their scores in four categories: cell, organismal, genetics, and evolution. To my absolute delight, Bryan College students scored in the 99th percentile – in the evolution category! That was […]
|March 26, 2014||Posted by News under Creationism, Darwinism, Education, Intelligent Design, News|
If your science education is teaching you to think like Jeffrey Kluger wants, that’s one problem right there. We can wrap it.