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I stumbled across a link to a story in The Telegraph online travel section titled “Creation Museum: Among the believers”. The author describes his experience in an American museum in Kentucky taking a creationist rather than evolutionist view of history.

You might expect me to write a serious post on the absurdity of those ‘Mericans.

However, as I’ve mentioned before, I just love the comments to articles that are bound to polarise opinions. Examples to follow speak volumes:

…does the museum explain just where… in the middle of the palistine desert… noah got a penguin..??

In a state park in Texas, near Glenrose, there are dino tracks with human foot prints in the dino tracks, in an ancient riverbed. So Humans did not exsist with dinos? Most evos never want to talk about this evidence! Wonder why?

Schnoopy,i bet you have outdone yourself, you must be proud…you have succeded in making the beauty of christianity into a zombie horror movie…..i must say its quite a feat… but all said and done and admitting that i can’t compete with your sensibility, i must result to the age old truth, that after hating Him and crucifying Him with your words, making him into a zombie.He created you and he still loves you deeply.IT WAS BECAUSE YOU HE PRAYED ON THE CROSS AND SAID FATHER FORGIVE THEM FOR THEY KNOW WHAT THEY DO… “and SAY”…. LORD HAVE MERCY!!!

Wow the creationist have used such logic and well thought out arguments that I can see no way around their truths–I now believe Xenu loves us all.

D Burt (09:07 PM) said

“In a state park in Texas, near Glenrose, there are dino tracks with human foot prints in the dino tracks, in an ancient riverbed. … Most evos never want to talk about this evidence! Wonder why?”

See http://paleo.cc/paluxy/paluxy.htm for the answer to this question.

The “human footprints” are nothing of the kind. As the site says … “A few individuals continue to promote the Paluxy “man tracks” … but such claims are not considered credible by either mainstream scientists or major creationist groups.”

Where did Noah keep the termites?
If he only took two of each species, how did he feed the carnivores?
What about marsupials? Isn’ it strange they are not mentioned at all, even though they must have been a very unfamiliar sight in that region?
What about Rimpelstiltskin? Why wasn’t he in the story? Do you worship him? I mean, you do like fairy tales.

What a depressing debate! Re-running the debates of the 19th century in the 21st doesn’t seem likely to generate a whole lot of new insight.

The much more interesting question left hanging by the original article is why so many people (whatever the numbers really are) persist in believing the stuff presented at this “museum”.

I am shocked by the rudeness and intolerance displayed by evolutionists against christians in these posts. Evolution is definitely not a harmless theory. The Nazi’s used it to justify the extermination of the Jews. Abortion and euthanasia are all practical outcomes from its ‘survival of the fittest’ law and, as you can see from the posts, it produces an intolerance in those who hold to it today. Whereas the christian message is that we should protect the weak and the vulnerable. The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple.

The rather intolerant Darwinists in the UK postng here are living in a society that is apparently ready to accept incredibly backward and intolerant circa 7th Century Sharia law. Enjoy.

“Evolution is definitely not a harmless theory.”

Neither is religion.

“The Nazi’s used it to justify the extermination of the Jews.”

And what has religion been used to justify?

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  1. I should send my sis this link. I’m sure she could get an R.E lesson or two out of it! Or at least a laugh at Americans. 🙂

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