February 13, 2010

Touchéd by His noodly appendages

Appealing to the 'thousands' of other creationists out there doesn't add anything to your argument; at best, you're simply appealing to the popularity of an idea as proof of its validity. If you believe that, then you must also believe that hundreds of years ago, when people thought the world was flat, it actually was flat, and only became unflat once people started to believe it was round.
Sorry, Dr. Neeland, but you're a kook.

Good comments thread, from which the creationist quickly flees.

1 comment:

Free Lunch said...

The Creation Club ideally meets monthly to tackle issues with a critical mind and open forum. We advertise our meetings and encourage thinking individuals to attend.

If they actually engaged critical thinking, they would immediately realize that all creationism that rejects evolution is complete bunk and that theistic evolution is, at best, a last refuge.