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Flowchart: schiep God de mens door middel van evolutie?
Weet Magazine publiceerde in het augustusnummer een flowchart (stroomschema) rond de vragen die optreden wanneer je evolutie met de Bijbel wilt combineren. Het doel daarvan is: mensen laten nadenken over de mate waarin hun zienswijze op dit speelveld (in)consequent is. De publicatie deed zoveel stof opwaaien dat de redactie besloten heeft de flowchart nu openbaar... Read more »The post Flowchart: schiep God de mens door middel van evolutie? appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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„Klimaatverandering is een religie”
Het klimaat verandert, en dat is voornamelijk de schuld van de mens. Als je dat ontkent word je verketterd. Maar is dat wel terecht? Documentairemaker Marijn Poels vindt van niet, zo maakt hij in het Algemeen Dagblad 17 juni 2017 bekend. Klimaatverandering is een gevoelig onderwerp. Iedereen heeft er wel een mening over, en dat... Read more »The post „Klimaatverandering is een religie” appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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What does Scripture say about the sun and the moon? How do these two “great lights” rule the heavens? In this special episode of Science, Scripture, & Salvation, Dr. Jim Johnson describes the sun and moon’s impact on our planet, as well as their effects on plants, animals, and humans. He also sheds light on a historical controversy involving Galileo. More...
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“Scheppen” juiste vertaling
De gedachte dat het woord ”scheppen” in de Bijbel als ”scheiden” moet worden opgevat, kan voor menige tekst beslist niet opgaan, stelt dr. P. de Vries. Volgens Robert Braskamp moet, in navolging van prof. dr. E. J. van Wolde, Genesis 1:1 gelezen worden als: „In het begin scheidde God de hemel en de aarde” (RD... Read more »The post “Scheppen” juiste vertaling appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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Met neodarwinisme kun je alles (weg) verklaren
“Het creationisme zal de evolutietheorie niet verslaan” – Aldus René Fransen in reactie op een artikel van wetenschappers die betoogden dat de theorie van universele gemeenschappelijke afstamming veel problemen kent.. De vechtlustige houding die spreekt uit de reactie van Fransen legt bloot waar het hem kennelijk om gaat: het winnen van een wedstrijd.  De vraag... Read more »The post Met neodarwinisme kun je alles (weg) verklaren appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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Maatschappelijke gevolgen van evolutie – uitzending RO
Het afgelopen seizoen was ik een aantal keren te gast bij het programma Studio Centraal van de Reformatorische Omroep. Deze uitzending gaat over de maatschappelijke gevolgen van het accepteren van de evolutietheorie. Hieronder kun je de hele uitzending terugluisteren. Heb je liever alleen het audiobestand? Klik dan hier.
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The world's most-used search engine is monkeying with the search results!
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From the dying embers of faith, via atheism and evolutionary compromise, to a rock solid confidence in biblical creation and Scripture-one man's fascinating journey.
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Australia's Lake Eyre does not live up to the age that has been assigned to it.
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Rob Stadler and the NABT
The Scientific Approach to Evolution It’s no secret that the origins debate is highly polarized. Many people have their minds made up and too often there is no place for a reasoned evaluation of the science. That’s tragic because that is where things become interesting. I once spoke to a roomful of high school science teachers, explaining that they could accurately teach how the science bears on the theory of evolution—both positively and negatively. The response I got was that this would confuse the students who needed to be given a simple, unambiguous message. One teacher was concerned that anything...
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Why Evolution is ConfirmedLast time we saw that by wholeheartedly embracing and promoting Theodosius Dobzhansky’s famous phrase, “Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution,” evolutionists have backed themselves into a corner from which they cannot escape. As we saw, there is much to say about this evolutionary rallying cry, but at the top of the list is that it is false. Unequivocally false. This is not an opinion or a pushback. I’m not trying to pick a debate—because there is no debate. We may as well debate whether bachelors are male. Dobzhansky’s phrase, with all due...
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A Fascinating DissonanceTheodosius Dobzhansky famously wrote in 1973 that “Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution.” That phrase has since become a staple amongst evolutionists. It appears throughout the literature, from popular works to journal papers, and it motivates the view that evolution is fundamental. Students must learn biology through the lens of evolution. Researchers must formulate experiments from a Darwinian perspective. Medical students must understand the human body as the result of evolution, and so forth. As the National Association of Biology Teachers explains:The frequently-quoted declaration of Theodosius Dobzhansky that “Nothing in biology makes sense...
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Rearranging Deck Chairs on the TitanicThere is much to agree with in Steven Novella’s article from this past week on the P-value. The latest news regarding the beleaguered statistical parameter used in hypothesis testing is the call to reduce its associated threshold for statistical significance by an order of magnitude from its venerable value of 0.05 to 0.005. This is a modest proposal compared the outright banning the use of P-values in recent years. But in any case, while a move to 0.005 would likely help to reduce problems, what is more desperately needed is the underlying training and peer...
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The best time and place to view total solar eclipses in our Solar System is just when and where there are observers to see them. Let that sink in. The post Perfect Eclipses: Coincidence or Conspiracy? appeared first on Evolution News.
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My own journey to learning about intelligent design began in high school. The post Curricula on Intelligent Design Are Urgently Needed — And Here They Are! appeared first on Evolution News.
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Archaeology has confirmed 53 people from the Hebrew Bible. What about the New Testament? In BAR, Lawrence Mykytiuk examines the political figures in the New Testament who can be identified in the archaeological record and by extra-Biblical writings. In this web supplement to the article, see Mykytiuk’s extensive evidence, covering King Herod and his royal family to lesser known figures. The post New Testament Political Figures: The Evidence appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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One of the most significant changes in the religious life of ancient Israel occurred during the reign of the Judahite king Hezekiah, in the late eighth century B.C.E. According to the Hebrew Bible, Hezekiah “removed the high places, broke down the pillars and cut down the sacred pole” (2 Kings 18:4). What was Hezekiah’s reform like on the ground, and what were his motives? The post Hezekiah’s Religious Reform—In the Bible and Archaeology appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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When the sky goes dark at mid-day, people notice. The post The Impact of Solar Eclipses for History appeared first on Evolution News.
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The basic idea is that meeting the requirements for the habitability of the Earth for observers makes it more likely that solar eclipses are possible. The post Solar Eclipses and Life appeared first on Evolution News.
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See an eclipse of Biblical proportions. A total solar eclipse will be visible across the United States on August 21, 2017. The post August 2017: An Eclipse of Biblical Proportions appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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For the first time, researchers have conducted DNA sequencing on ancient Canaanite skeletons and have determined where the Canaanites’ descendants can be found today. The post What Happened to the Canaanites? appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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