April 1985, Premiere Issue! April Fool's Day!
Anecdotal short story about belief in pseudo-scientific theories.
The Grass Snake's defence against predators, to mimick fangs, and the scent of death to ward off predators.
Darwin's colleague, Huxley's response to Bishop Wilberforce, on descent from apes.
Logan Pearsall Smith's antecdote on human evolution.
Summer 1985, Fun With Genesis Issue
A light-hearted look at Genesis, and questioning the Creation.
Thoughts on Adam, the Temptation, Fall of Man, and why God must answer questions.
Paul's claim death entered the world through Adam's trangression. The forbidden fruit and immortal life.
Common questions raised in reading of Genesis.
Irreconcilable differences in the two accounts which were woven together from ancient writers in Genesis.
Genesis tells the Sun was made to rule the day, measured in earth's time, comparatively the Cosmos and the immensity of space, hints at a geocentric Biblical passage.
Creationist questions on the emergence of carnivores and what says, according to Genesis.
Questions on species which were absent in the Garden of Eden.
G.K. Chesterton on the Fall of Man.
What theistic evolution entails, and descriptive account of God's creating if so.
Fall/Winter 1985, Fun With Atheism
A short test to determine if you're an atheist.
Why does such unnecessary vastness, and/or an immense capacity to expand, exist both in space and time, and is anything necessary for that matter?
Antecdotal short story on God speaking to members of the Atheist Club.
Atoms and Materialism, an outdated philosophy.
A cosmic symphony of the planetary sound in Earth and surrounding worlds.
Atheist musings on the randomness and evolution of the Cosmos.
Collection of famous quotes that address simplifying the complex down to abstraction or absurdity.
Creation account which was found on the back of a postcard little Friedrich Nietzsche mailed his Dad from a summer camp in Switzerland, after having just been tossed off the Alps, as a prank, by the bully who slept in the bunk below him.
Fictional Interview with God, revealing the Creation from God's perspective.