Michael Moore, Fantasy, and 9/11

Mark Stein, one of my favorite writers (he is linked on the left under Others), has written a take-down of Michael Moore and his Fahrenheit 9/11 mockumentary. Note: The Jerusalem Post link requires registration. Stein’s premise is that Moore’s premise is Whatever the question, the answer is Bush. The message of Moore’s film is: Get…

Christian Carnival XXV

The Christian Carnival is a weekly collection of posts submitted by various bloggers, which are written from a Christian perspective. Your author has two posts in this weeks Carnival. The 25th Christian Carnival has been hosted this week by Messy Christian. There are 27 separate contributers with three people submitting two entries, including yours truly.…

Science and God

The Probability of God, the book by Stephen D. Unwin, has resulted in a flurry of articles, both pro and con, on the utility of his argument. For examples of pro (Evangelical Outpost: Wagering a Life: Part 1 – Urwin and the Probability of God) and con (God’s Number Is Up by Michael Shermer at…

Strange and Stranger Still Redux

Back on June 24, I published a little item called Strange and Stranger Still about Amazon’s Listmania and its second-most popular list, The Top 25 Weirdest Items You Can Purchase Through Amazon! by Sheila Chilcote-Collins, who calls herself an “Ardent Seeker Of Oddities”. As of the original publication date her list had been read 64,465…