Alert reader, sleuth, and crack satirist Sigmund has discovered that the American accommodationist and pro-Adam-and-Eve organization, BioLogos, has a Doppelgänger outfit with a nearly identical name and a nearly identical aim. It’s the Finnish homeopathic institute Biologos. Sigmund’s take on this blatant theft can be see on his website, Sneer Review.
The “Oy,” I suppose, is there to distinguish it from the purely goyische American BioLogos.
Oddly enough, the Finnish Biologos wants to show the compatibility of science and homeopathy! Here are two of their statements (these are real, based on Google Translate):
“in some Central European countries, homeopathic drugs are compensation for a national health care system. Including Germany, France and Britain, many thousands of doctors have received training in homeopathy. There are also trained homeopath doctors.”
“Homeopathy is different in many respects a familiar traditional medical methods, but does not exclude the concurrent medication use.”
Note to accommodationists: if you’re going to use Francis Collins as an example of why science and faith are compatible, you have no choice but to accept that medicine and homeopathy are also compatible. After all, there are doctors who practice both traditional medicine and homeopathy!
Sigmund describes the upcoming legal proceedings about trademark infringement, and the American BioLogos‘s lame defense. But given that both outfits are dedicated to promoting the compatibility of science and nonsense, I don’t see why they can’t find common ground. Chris Stedman, where are you?