Showing posts from April, 2019

New Philippine Hominin

You might have heard about the new Philippine hominin Homo luzonensis .  I have a few comments on  the discovery over on Human Genesis.  Check it out!  (Or don't.  Whatever.  It's a free country.) Asian Diversity and the Seafaring Hominin Feedback? Email me at toddcharleswood [at] gmail [dot] com. If you enjoyed this article, please consider a contribution to Core Academy of Science. Thank you. Have you read my book?  You should check that out too!

My visit to BioLogos

As my regular readers know, I recently presented my work with Darrel Falk at the annual BioLogos conference .  Michael Gulker (president of the Colossian Forum) came along to moderate.  My visit was quite short.  I arrived about 10 am on Friday, gave my presentation at 1:30 pm, then hit the road around 3:00 pm.  The brevity of my visit was not due to my disdain of the conference subject.  I simply was attending another conference that weekend, and I needed to drive back to Cleveland.  (More about that in a future post.) For those of you not familiar with this whole thing, BioLogos is an evangelical organization dedicated to promoting the compatibility of evolution with evangelical Christianity.  I am a young-age creationist, and I reject certain portions of the evolutionary story as entirely incompatible with the Christian faith and identity.  Creationists and evolutionists typically fight like cats and dogs.  At least that's the impression you get on Facebook and internet cha