Michael Drosnin claims that space aliens wrote the Bible. In the Hebrew text, they embedded secret codes that can only be detected with modern computers. These codes allegedly predict today’s front-page news: the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, the impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy on Jupiter, the Oklahoma City bombing, earthquakes in Japan and Los Angeles, and a nuclear holocaust in the coming decade. And much, much more.
The Beautiful People myth is one of the scourges of serious historical study today, even though it is rarely asserted by real historians.
Many may think of conspiracy theorists as being harmless kooks, but historically they have done serious damage.
This is a follow-up to the book review of Ian Stevenson’s book “Children Who Remember Previous Lives, A Question of Reincarnation”.
Can the viking ships be older than the egyptian pyramids? Only if you are very creative with your data, and are prepared to accept some supreme silliness.
Is American law based upon the 10 Commandments?
Some of the perhaps best cases for reincarnation are investigated. How do they hold up to reality?
God’s design of Nature turns out to be less-than-perfect. In fact, it seems there is no end to the examples of just how poor a job he did.
Believing in Creationism does present a few problems. Here is a “handful”.
If you believe in the Biblical Flood, there are a couple of things you should consider. Quite a lot, actually…