Saturday, May 19, 2012

Jesus vs. Richard Dawkins and PZ Myers - Jesus wins!

As can be seen in the graphs below, according to Google trends (see: About Google trends), interest in Jesus is on the upswing while interest in the skeptics/evolutionists Richard Dawkins and PZ Myers is on the downswing (see also: Globally the worldviews of atheism and non-religious (agnostic) are declining while global Christianity is exploding in adherents). In addition, in terms of global market share, below is a historical graph of the web traffic to according to the web traffic tracking company Alexa.

Also, has the marketshare of leading atheist websites plunged in the last 5 years and in 2012? Is global atheism/agnosticism declining and expected to decline in an accelerated fashion? We have some very good news about this matter in our article entitled Internet atheism: The thrill is gone!

Question evolution! campaign in May and June of 2012

Help spread the word about Question Evolution! Campaign and its 15 questions for evolutionists and watch the decline of interest in the shallow foolishness of Richard Dawkins and PZ Myers further accelerate.

Jesus vs. Richard Dawkins and PZ Myers - the graphs

1. Google trends search volume for Jesus:

2. Web traffic to in terms of global market share according to the web traffic tracking company Alexa:

3. Web traffic to - unique visitors a month - - 4/2011 to 4/2012

4. Google trends search volume for Richard Dawkins:

5. Google trends search volume for PZ Myers:

Related blog posts

Internet atheism: The Thrill is gone!

Round 2: Jesus vs. Richard Dawkins and PZ Myers - Jesus triumphs again! Onward Christian soldiers!

Decline of global atheism and global agnosticism

Victory song

Please enjoy the Caribbean gospel singers Lester Lewis & Singing Rose Ministry singing the song Jesus is the Winnaman!

Related resources:

Question Evolution! Campaign

15 questions for evolutionists

Responses to the 15 Questions: part 1 - Questions 1-3

Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 4–8

Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 9-15

Refuting evolution


Related posts at our Question Evolution! Campaign blog:

Making 2012 the worst year in the history of Darwinism

Cutting off the air supply of atheism

Why is evolution pushed by dogmatic evolutionists?

The high price of NOT asking the 15 Questions for Evolutionists in your classroom


  1. Thank you for writing about this exciting development. For those of us readers who are unfamiliar with Google Trends, could you explain the significance of the search volume index in the graphs? It seems like all three search terms have very similar search volume indices in recent years, with none of the three being clearly greater than the others.

  2. Joebob0002003, here is information about Google trends from Google:

    Of course, Christianity/Jesus is far more of a global phenomena than Dawkins/Myers so you have to take into account that merely the English language was examined using Google trends.

    If you want to know more about how to definitively discover the absolute and relative search volumes for a given search at present and historically, I am afraid that is behind the scope of this blog, but I did a little additional investigation on this matter for you. Here are some relevant articles: and and and

  3. ... ah yes... Because truth is determined by popularity. We all know this is how science and the quest for knowledge works...


  4. Oh yea... I should have realized you moderate comments... Just like you moderate "truth"

  5. RR, a few points:

    1. I noticed that you did not provide satisfactory answers to the 15 questions for evolutionists which were cited.

    2. We both know that Richard Dawkins and PZ Myers have attempted to be popularizers of evolutionary and atheistic bunk.

    For example, I cite:

    The website True Free Thinker notes:

    Moreover, note that with regards to “assertions without adequate evidence” evolutionary biologist and geneticist, Prof. Richard Lewontin, referenced Carl Sagan’s list of the “best contemporary science-popularizers” which includes Richard Dawkins. These authors have, as Lewontin puts it, “put unsubstantiated assertions or counterfactual claims at the very center of the stories they have retailed in the market.” Lewontin specifically mentions “Dawkins’s vulgarizations of Darwinism” (find details here and here).

    Even renowned evolutionary biologists H. Allen Orr, David Sloan Wilson, and Massimo Pigliucci have called into question the power that Dawkins once had as an intellectual, since he has made elementary errors in The God Delusion."

    I also cite:

    The "New Atheism" has not had much of an impact in terms of gaining new adherents to atheism. In a March 10, 2008 USA Today article Stephen Prothero wrote:

    “Numbers lie, but they also tell tales untrustworthy and otherwise. So the key question stirring around the much discussed U.S Religious Landscape Survey released in late February by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life is what tale does it state about the state of the union.

    For some, the story of this survey, based on interviews in multiple languages with more than 35,000 adults, is the strength of American Religion.

    Not too long ago, I wrote that American atheism was going the way of the freak show. As books by Christopher Hitchens and other "new atheists" climbed the best seller lists, I caught a lot of flak for that prophecy. But atheist make up only 1.6% of respondents to this survey...."

    My point is that even at attempting to popularize atheistic bunk Dawkins and PZ Myers have largely failed. Please see this post for further details: Globally the worldviews of atheism and non-religious (agnostic) are declining while global Christianity is exploding in adherents at:


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