Tuesday, February 06, 2007


It's All About the Science

Criticize evolution, writes David Kupelian, the vice president and managing editor of WorldNetDaily and Whistleblower magazine, and you "are caricatured as a mindless religious bigot with an IQ scarcely higher than that of … of an ape.

This is unfair says Kupelian, a lot of smart people, scientists, PhDs even, people like Michael Behe don't believe in evolution because, "the history of evolution is rife with fraud" and "there remain to this day impossibly illogical premises."

Why is it important that you believe in some form of creationism? Well, "if you call yourself a Christian and believe you evolved from a lower life form to a higher form, as evolution preaches – I mean, teaches – you are denying the very heart of your faith."
Jesus Christ, whom you claim to follow, taught that man fell from a higher estate into sin, and is therefore in need of salvation. If we have evolved from a lower life form, improving constantly over the eons to our present advanced state, there is no possible need for salvation through the substitutionary death of the Son of God. There's absolutely no wiggle-room here, friends.

Now, that's perfectly logical premise, isn't it? And the best thing is, there's never been any fraud associated with Christianity. No saints bones in the altar. No pieces of the one true cross. No discoveries of Noah's ark.


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