Sundry Sunday: New Blogs to Follow

A couple of blogs that I have, in the last couple of months, started following and enjoy reading very much.

God of Evolution

Tyler Francke is the man behind this blog which focuses mainly on the Creation/Evolution debate. He is an evangelical Christian and finds no conflict between the theory of evolution and Christianity and he blogs about it. He takes a good swipe at Ken Ham (and others like him) with unparalleled good humour which I find refreshing. Hey, if you’re going to fight your opponents, might as well do it with style, right?

God of Evolution racked up over 300,000 views for 2014 — a staggering number considering that the blog is run by one person, and he made fewer than 100 posts for the year. (In contrast, A Yewnique Life had 74 posts for 2014 and garnered fewer than 10,000 views. Must. Try. Harder.)

A couple of quibbles:
(1) One must to sign up to Disqus to comment on the blog.

(2) He does not post very often. This is not to hard to understand. The blog is a one-man show and life happens. I get it.

He also has a Facebook page here, where he posts more regularly.

The Upside Down World 

Rebecca Trotter is the woman behind this blog. She is a Christian, a homeschooling mom, a writer, a talker, a thinker, a teacher and an odd duck…(not necessarily in that order).

I like what she has to say about Christianity and evolution. The posts are here.

In case you feel too lazy to click on the link above to the posts on Christianity and Evolution, here are some more links (with titles!) for you to look at:

Why Creationism Does Not Honor God
In Which I Call Creationism Demonic
Teaching Creation Science or ID? A formula for putting your child’s Christian faith at risk.

Provocative titles, no?

I have not read everything on the blog, but so far, I like the ones I’ve read about evolution and Christianity.

She also has a great sense of humour. 🙂


About yewnique

I am a Malaysian-born woman who is married to an Australian and now live in Melbourne, Australia. I am a mother to four children. I home school. I like reading, writing, and cooking -- not necessarily in that order. I care about grammar and spelling, but am nonchalant about the Oxford Comma. I try to follow Christ's teachings.

Posted on Sunday, January 4th, 2015, in Blog, Creation vs Evolution, Education, Evolution, Faith and Culture, Fundamentalism, Home Schooling, Sunday, Sundry Sunday, Young Earth Creationism. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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