This hurt to read.. and that was before the mention of Ken Hovind.
Oh wow.... just.... wow.... The stupid, it burnssssss!
Someone doesn't understand how to play chess...
Between the horrible arguments which hold no validity and the lack of punctuation and spell check, I say this literally hurts to read. And really was it necessary to do in caps?
Ever read Aristole? I took a 400 level class once with 800 pages to read in one quarter! While Aristole would be more enlightening than this drivel, the shear amount of reading to do before the good stuff shows up, is just about overwheming.
Caps was neccesary for impact. Ignorance was needed for coding into the 'crap' pile. Mis-placed certainty, helped the writer to face his/her fear. The bird is some type of totum!
Wasn't it Aristotle who said: "There's no idea so patently absurd that people won't believe it."
I’m embarrassed that I share a first name with such a demonstrably ignorant person.
1 - Citing The Bible as proof of anything is circular reasoning at its most specious (Look it up, Dale!).
2 - Criticism of evolution by someone who so obviously hasn’t the slightest understanding of it is a fool’s errand, in more ways than one.
3 - Attempting to be persuasive with illiterate prose is unwise.
4 - Kent Hovind is a piker. James Randi is offering one million dollars to anyone who can prove anything supernatural, including a god. Unlike Hovind, though, Randi placed that one million dollars in an escrow account, to be awarded by a scientific panel acceptable to all concerned. Hovind will never have to cough up his quarter million to anyone, because no matter how much empirical evidence is presented to him by the scientific community, worldwide, he will reject it out of hand.
5 - Not only is there evidence for evolution, there is more evidence for it than any scientific theory ever conceived.
6 - Anybody who believes a word of the Grimm’s Fairy Tale that is the Book of Genesis is hoplessly benighted (Look it up, Dale.). I will admit, though, it is entertaining - hilarious, in fact!
It never fails to amaze me how deeply creationists are willing to wallow in their own ignorance.
"Wasn't it Aristotle who said: "There's no idea so patently absurd that people won't believe it."
Sounds more like the wit of Voltaire, but I expect Russell. Just do a search, what am I the fountain of 'wit' sources? LOL
1. d4 d5
2. c4 Qxe2!! checkmate
The Queen Gambit Decline with an impossible checkmate by black.
That is exactly the case for anyone that believes there is evidence of trans-phylum evolution.
Would you be willing to admit that there are more theists, especially Christian, who would better serve proselytizing efforts by keeping their pie holes shut?
Better to remain silent and thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt. -author ???
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