Sir David Attenborough’s Anti-Science Position

Paul Taylor September 21st, 2011

The majority of discoveries of the modern scientific era were made by people who believed the book of Genesis to be true.1 Does this not matter to education? Most of these scientists saw their work as not being separate from their faith in God and their acceptance of biblical truth. Should children not be taught that such discoveries were made entirely because of the scientists’ belief in the truth of Scripture?

Filming Six Days in Three Days

Paul Taylor September 20th, 2011

Over the first three days of last week, we filmed a pre-shoot version of my new DVD curriculum series, “The Six Days of Genesis.” This is based on my book of the same title. The idea is to present six talks based on the text of Genesis chapters 1 and 2, outlining current creationist thought framed around a biblical exposition.

An Educated Fool

Paul Taylor September 1st, 2011

Richard Dawkins is well-known for his lack of logic in his diatribes against Christians, and especially against creationists. One American politician has recently, famously, cast doubt on the theory of evolution. This made the retired Oxford professor’s blood boil. Writing in the Washington Post:

“Noah Couldn’t Fit Millions of Species into the Ark”

Paul Taylor August 29th, 2011

Have you heard this before? There is an unspoken corollary to the statement, as well. What the skeptic is really saying is “Noah couldn’t fit millions of species into the Ark, so the Bible is obviously wrong!”