Thursday, March 26, 2009

No Bible bending here!

The Texas board of education is reviewing is science guidlines this week and they are not, I repeat, they are not considering teaching the biblical creation story alongside evolution. Rather, if changes are adopted, they will highlight "the strengths and weaknesses of Darwinism."

In fact, if there is any religion bending going on here, its Darwinism, according to Christian Broadcast News.
they [scientists?] say Darwin helped open up the whole new reality for us and help us understanding our place in the impersonal universe. This is about religion for them, it's their religion, it's a religion really of materialism.
Whose calling who religious now?
[When did Christians begin to use "religion" as a put-down?]

Monday, March 23, 2009

The Bible loophole


The Year One

More biblical entertainment headed your way:

Micheal Cera and Jack Black star as Zed and Oh, two wandering men stumbling through the early chapters of Genesis, encountering Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Abraham and Isaac as they go along.

Black and Cera told MTV:

"It's not prehistoric, it's just pre-Christ. It's like an old, biblical tale. Cane and Abel type of stuff. Just two dudes wandering through early civilization," Black explained. "It's kind of like 'The Meaning of Life' or 'Life of Brian' — a funny look at biblical tales."

"A lot of the humor comes from that — the fact that it's an adventure," Cera added. "We're walking across these mountains, and I think it's gonna look really cool. Hopefully it'll be kind of epic."