Sunday Morning Service
05 APR 2009
Links of Interest
Leap of Faith
- President Obama has not lived up to his campaign promises of separation. "He should insist that groups that accept funds from his initiative abide by anti-discrimination laws. If this proves too onerous for some groups, they should simply not accept the money."
Oh wait, you’re serious?
- "If you get a degree in science, you have to be well versed in the scientific method." At the very least be able to form a hypothesis, setup procedure, observe and experiment to gather data, then produce results that demonstrate whether your hypothesis is true or false. The Institute for Creation Research says that no research
is needed; no hypothesis, no experiments, no data gathering, but the result: God did it. AND they want to give a Master of Science degree to their students. Texas House Bill 2800, proposed by State Rep. Leo Berman (R-Tyler)
, wants to allow them just that, to Grant Master's Degree in Science for Creationism.
Scientists film HIV spreading for first time.
- When an infected cell comes into contact with a healthy one, a bridge is created, called a virological synapse. Study author Dr Thomas Huser said: "We should be developing vaccines that help the immune system recognise proteins involved in virological synapse formation and antiviral drugs that target the factors required for synapse formation."
What Is Atheism To You? Conversations With Craig the Christian
- A well thought out post by Neece over at Heaving Dead Cats; where she explores the definitions of some of the oft confused terms.
Things on T|A You Might Have Missed from the Last Week
Pops finished his posts on 'Where did the Universe Come From?' from the cosmicfingerprints.com
Check out the blog posts: Part 1
, Part 2
, Part 3
, Part 4
, and Part 5
Morgan posted QualiaSoup's latest video: Open-mindedness
- Another excellent video from QualiaSoup; well worth watching.
Jacob and the Angel
- Misty fills in the gaps on what happened in heaven after Jacob bested an Angel in a wrestling match.