Why do people laugh at creationists? (part 29)

In this episode the origin of morality is addressed, particularly with respect to arguments of the big time Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias. Zach is notably called out on his dishonest techniques.
These notably include the favorite of the creationist, the conversation with the Ivy League professor. Zach, just like the convicted frauster Hovind loves using this device.

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Comment by Rev. Tom Hicks, D.D. on February 15, 2009 at 9:19am
What a moron. Morals are based on how people feel & from experience, not created by anyone. Take rape, no one wants to be raped. No woman wants to be impregnated by a man that she doesn't fine a suitable father. It's instinct, not morals. It becomes morals when a bunch of monkeys get together to say, "Hey, don't rape her, she doesn't like it", then it becomes commonplace to not do it, a moral. If our instincts for fear & anger were different, all morals would be too.


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