Proof of the deliberate ignorance that religion can inspire
Here are some video series, most of which focus on creationism/intelligent design, that dispel/disprove the myriad of misconception, deceptions, and lies etc. put forth as enlightened knowledge by religious deceivers and the desperate fools who believe and nurse upon it to keep their faith alive. At the bottom of the page I have also included the ebook "Science, Evolution, and Creationism" from The National Academies Press
This series explains the scientific evidence for our origins, from the Big Bang to the human migration out of Africa, in a way that most 7th-graders would understand. It challenges people who believe we were created by a deity 6,000 years ago to confront the evidence instead of ignoring it.
Debunking some of the most famous urban myths spread by creationists, and the fundamentalists who peddle them, while answering questions that fundamentalists have about the real evidence for our origins.
A series of videos exposing the funny stupidity of creationists and why they deserve to be laughed at. In each case the creationist statements are shown to be outrageously stupid by even the most rudimentary knowledge of science.
Dr. Miller is cell biologist, a biology professor at Brown University
and author. Dr. Miller is particularly known for his opposition to creationism,
including the intelligent design movement. He has written two books on the subject.
The first, Finding Darwin's God: A Scientist's Search for Common Ground Between
God and Evolution, argues that a belief in evolution is compatible with a
belief in God. In Only a Theory, his second on the subject, explores ID and
the Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District as well as its implications in
science across America, as well as author and co-author of four high school and
biology text books.
This series covers what the author feels is brand new information concerning the reliability of the resurrection, explaining why the resurrection story can be rationally assumed to be nothing more than an add on embellishment to a work of fiction.