The billboards feature retro-style dinosaurs, and appeared recently in cities such as Chicago, San Francisco, and Houston. Some critics have wondered why the ads focus on dinosaurs instead of God, or whether this equates to a ‘Flintstones’ theology, but Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis pooh-poohed such folks. Ham pointed out on his AIG blog that atheists have long used billboards to promote their point of view.
In the News: Dinosaur Billboards and the Creation Museum
Posted by Adam Laats on June 18, 2012
Getting It Wrong at The Atlantic
Getting It Wrong at The Atlantic
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Why are we STILL fighting about evolution?
Find ILYBYGTH around the Web:
- Read Princeton historian Kevin Kruse’s review of The Other School Reformers in The Journal of American History
- Why did Wheaton fire Larycia Hawkins? My two cents at History News Network and the Chicago Sun-Times
- Why should progressives study conservative school reformers? Read Dr. Andrew Petto’s review of The Other School Reformers to find out!
- What are people saying about The Other School Reformers? Read Mike Wakeford’s review at the Society for US Intellectual History blog
- GOP Politics and the Educational F-word, at History News Network and Time
- Podcast with John J. Miller of National Review about The Other School Reformers: What does it mean to be an “educational conservative?”
- Is the Common Core “Conservative?” in the Albany Times-Union
- “Saving Progressive Education from Itself,” in Education Week
- “The Missionary Supposition: Evolution Education and Creationist Culture,” in Reports of the National Center for Science Education
- “To Teach Evolution, You Have To Understand Creationists,” at the Chronicle of Higher Education
- “The Real Wall of Separation in Public Schools,” at the Washington Post’s Answer Sheet education blog
- “Does David Barton’s Flameout Make This a Scopes Moment for American History?” History News Network
- ‘”Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Huckabee,” Creationism in Historical Perspective:’ Adam Laats at EVoS, November, 2011
- Now in paperback: Adam Laats, Fundamentalism and Education in the Scopes Era: God, Darwin, and the Roots of America’s Culture Wars
- “Why Do Conservative Southerners Loudly Insist that Kids Be Taught Lies about the Civil War?” History News Network
- “Kids Are Learning to be Leftists in Public Schools by Historians with an Ax to Grind?” History News Network
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