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Womb with a view

Jan 19, 2007 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Fair warning: If you are pro-abortion and wish to remain that way, stop reading this now. Ultrasound imaging technology continues to advance---and amaze. Newer "4-D" ultrasounds provide a level of visual clarity and distinction in the womb that was never before attainable, and recent pictures of unborn twins and triplets are giving scientists and parents alike incredible ...

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Georgia textbook sticker fight evolves into full surrender

Dec 20, 2006 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Yesterday, in the case of Selman v. Cobb County School District, the Cobb County (Ga.) school district settled its lawsuit with fully surrendered to the ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State and agreed to never put another sticker on its textbooks that in any way reflects negatively on evolution. (Here is ...

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Humanism goes in the (think) tank

Nov 17, 2006 1 Comment ›› Greg Jones

This week at the National Press Club a group of scientists and secularists announced the formation of a think tank—the Center for Inquiry Office of Public Policy-Transnational—that will promote the advancement of strict separation of church and state and what they call “rationalism” as the basis of public policy.  The organization is the brainchild of ...

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Speaking God’s (moral) language

Nov 7, 2006 1 Comment ›› Greg Jones

It has been said that evolutionists would rather play God than believe in Him. The axiom has a poster boy in Harvard biologist Marc D. Hauser. Hauser is the author of a new book, Moral Minds, which is the subject of a recent piece in the New York Times. In the book, ...

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