Archive for the tag "creationism"
Here is a creation myth Sir Roger can believe in. It may well be the Meaning of Life set to music. Let There Be Rock!!!!
Posted: 18 August, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, fun, Life, Media, music, Religion, values, Video.
Tags: AC/DC, Angus, Australian anthem, Australian cultural values, Australian culture, australian music, Australian music values, Australian religious values, Australian rock group, Australian Values, Bon Scott, creation, creation myth, creationism, Culture, heavy metal, heavy metal music, Let There Be Rock, Life, meaning of life, metal, music, music icon, Religion, rock and roll, Rock anthem, Video
Fresh Onion! Armageddon vs Global Warming cataclysm. Also, why not teach the Science of Prayer beside the science of Medicine in the Science Classroom?
Posted: 27 May, 2010 in comedy/humour, Education, environment, Life, Medicine, Religion, Science, US Politics, Video.
Tags: Armageddon, bullshit, church and state, climate change, comnedy, creationism, death, Education, education politics, end of the world, environment, eschatology, global warming, health, heaven, hell, humor, humour, intelligent design, judgment, Medicine, Onion, Onion News, Onion News Network, ONN, politics, prayer, Religion, religious values, Science, scientific values, Video
Creationism does include Adam and Eve before they ate the apple, doesn’t it? One favours of such imagery in puberty-rich classrooms of religious high schools
Posted: 26 April, 2010 in Art, comedy/humour, Education, Life, Religion, Science, Sex, values.
Tags: adam, adam and eve, Australian Values, bible, bible stories, cartoon, Church, creation, creationism, Education, education values, educational values, eve, genesis, God, History, humor, humour, irony, naked, nakedness, nudity, Religion, religious education, religious values, satire, Science, Sex
Richard Dawkins’ speech about his new book, “The Greatest Show on Earth”, was recorded for ABC’s for Big Ideas. Here are a couple of brief excerpts
Posted: 16 March, 2010 in audio, Education, History, Literature, politics and government, Religion, Science, US Politics, values.
Tags: atheism, Australian Politics, Brisbane, climate change, conservapedia, creationism, Dawkins, dinosaur, diprotodon, diversity, Education, evidence for evolution, Evolution, faith, Family First, Fielding, government, kangaroo, penguin, Performing Arts Centre, politics, Religion, Richard Dawkins, Science, species, species diversity, The Greatest Show on Earth, US Politics, values