It didn’t take long to see attacks mounted against the new, online journal of creation research, Launched this year, ARJ was vociferously condemned by an editor for the prestigious science journal Nature.

With little scientific comment, he railed against Answers in Genesis President Ken Ham, calling him “immoral, deluded and dangerous.” He also described Ham and ARJ’s editor Andrew Snelling as “evil twits” and “ignorant morons.” Interestingly, this self-described “liberal atheist,” writing for the Guardian newspaper,* sniffed that science should be “agenda-free” and that atheists and believers should exhibit “tolerance” toward each other.

*January 18, 2008

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