Monthly Archives: May 2009

News Item: Creationism Comment Violated Constitution


“A teenager in California has win his lawsuit  against a public school teacher who called creationism “superstitious nonsense” during a classroom lecture. Chad Farnan sued Capistrano Valley High School history teacher James Corbett for that and other anti-religion comments  he … Continue reading

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Is the Universe fine-tuned for life?


The answer to this question will depend on what one means by the significant terms used in the question. First the universe. We live in the only universe we know. It is entirely possible – and some theories in physics … Continue reading

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Is the Universe fine-tuned for life?


The answer to this question will depend on what one means by the significant terms used in the question. First the universe. We live in the only universe we know. It is entirely possible – and some theories in physics … Continue reading

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Can Many Religions All be True?


Someone was once asked: “How come there is only one science, but there are so many religions?” The answer that was given was: Because there can be only one right answer to a question, but there can many wrong ones. … Continue reading

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