Friday, April 27, 2007

This should be... interesting

... of course I'm using "interesting" in the sense of "so stupid it'll make your eyes bleed."

Best-selling Author Will 'Prove' God's Existence
[B]est-selling [gag! barf!] author Ray Comfort... offered to prove God's existence, absolutely, scientifically, without mentioning the Bible or faith. ...

[Kirk] Cameron... will speak on what he believes is a major catalyst for atheism: Darwinian evolution. The popular actor stated, "Evolution is unscientific. In reality, it is a blind faith that's preached with religious zeal as the gospel truth."
These are the guys who think the banana is "the atheist's worst nightmare."

(The banana has, of course, been extensively engineered by human beings using artificial selection.)

1 comment:

  1. Nick Gisbourne's reply to the "Atheist's nightmare"
    This guy lives about thirty miles from me.
    Northern logic and common sense.


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