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My plans for blogging in 2013

Last year I started blogging in August, and since then I have published 30 posts, and when I look back several posts stand out, at least in terms of viewership. The following list is ranked on viewership and you can judge yourself whether those are also the posts with the highest score in terms of quality.

Protein evolution – Two responses
Mediocre scientists
We will be there!
There are still several games in town..
Evolutionary stasis? – Change and abruptness
Biological Similarity – Why?
Falsification, scientific theory and creationism
Facts and interpretation
Allister Mcgrath on religion
Speedy evolution and extreme fast falsification
Junk DNA revisited – Implications for creation science
Strong attitudes in a debate
Transposable Elements, Epigenetics, and Genome Evolution
Pseudogenes are indeed (sometimes) functional
ENCODE: Exciting research but little consequences
Genomics
Have a nice Christmas – last blogpost of the year 2012
Adaptive evolution or not?
Fishing and Science – an Analogy
Overview
An interesting article
Stephen Jay Gould – 10 years after his death
Are there objective research questions?
Wonders of Creation – Birds of paradise
Why open access is needed in scientific creationism
Sadly my real name is going underground
The rotten tree of life – Introduction
Focusing on the details
Why another blog about science and religion?

In particular I enjoyed blogging in general and also in 2013 I plan to publish more and more about the creation/evolution debate. It is important that the voice of the creationists is heard on the web, and I will try to do that.

What I want to do more, are posts about developments in creation science. This year in August an important conference on creationism will be held, and I expect some nice insights for creation biology from that conference.

Of course I will be blogging about what interests me and as regular readers know, this will mostly cover molecular biology and genetics, which are after all, my fields of expertise.

Second, I am planning on publish some reviews of creationist literature in several series of posts. There is one book in particular, which involves several noteworthy insights about the evolution of morale, what I want to review in the coming months.

Another point of interest is the development in the ID-community, which in my opinion is changing more rapidly than imagined, and whether that is a good development remains to be seen. Besides that, I want to examine for myself what value there is in ID-ideas for the development of creation science.

What’s more important are the developments that are going to take place in creation biology. I am thrilled to be a creationist these days, when fascinating insights about evolution and molecular genetics are published everyday. We have to learn, in order to built a biblical view on creation. We have to search for, and take up every opportunity to develop a creationist theory which explains the origin and evolution of organisms.

Finally, I sure want to wish you all the best for a prosperous, successful and blessed 2013!