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westonlockley: (Default)
Monday, December 5th, 2011 05:00 pm
It seems unbelievable, but the argument in the first box of this cartoon is actually used by Ray Comfort, a Christian, a creationist and a liar.

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Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 11:16 am
Ridiculous Christian explanation of sicness: Lord Jesus spanks - spanking

Jesus saves. He also spanks. That's, scientifically speaking, what it means to be sick. The good lord himself is giving you a few slaps on the butt. Which you deserved.

Don't, I repeat, don't go to a doctor. Pray and ask why. That will  make you all better.

"Not fair," I hear Christians grumbling, "we don't teach that nonsense anymore."

We can't be sure that is true. They're Christians after all, so there is a rather high probability they are lying.

Even if they're not in this particular instance, they're teaching children other nonsense. Like that pile of debilitating absurdities they call Creationism. Or those cruel, made up myths out of that great collection of amoral horror stories, the Bible. Just to give them some healthy nightmares.

With this kind of attitude to science and reality in general, is it any wonder that the Bible Belt States are not only the most religious, but at the same time the ones with the highest incidence of teenage pregnancies and abortions? Coincidence? Of course not.

Maybe it is the combination of having no morals and no education.

It also goes to show that Christians will lie to you about the most simple things. Not only is this a ridiculous perversion of what illness is, but the mind also staggers at what poor Jesus must be going through on a daily basis.

So many little kids, cute boys and girls, hundreds of thousands of them, to spank on their rosy butts. What is he? Some Catholic Superpriest?

Christians, what will they think of next?
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Friday, July 30th, 2010 08:27 pm
OK, we knew creationists were a bunch of liars.

Creation Science Evangelism (CSE) describes itself modestly as "a leading Christian-apologetics ministry, defending the literal interpretation of the Genesis creation account from the theory of evolution."

Defending in this case means "lying our asses off as much as we can and committing fraud to prove the unprovable."

The most hilarious and pathetic attempt is a "poll", WHAT’CHA THINK?, they run on their front page.

One of those polls asks: What do you believe about evolution? Is it a fact, a religion or reasonable scientific theory?

As P.Z. Myers points out in his blog, this is less than honest: there are two reasonable answers (and one that is crazy), so the reasonable vote gets split up.

Let's for one moment also overlook the fact that scientific issues are not a matter of what the majority "thinks".

So what do you do when the result is still not to your liking? What you always do in that pile of bunk called creationism. You falsify the facts.










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If that doesn't help... you can also just change the question.

Minutes later the poll was back online. Alas for creationism, it threatened to give the same result, and people began massively voting "it's a fact!". So they just changed the question from "What do you believe about evolution?" into "What do you believe about creation?"

Falsifying the vote for Jesus. Is there any task more noble?

Christianity and creationism always win. Always.

Of course, this poll is completely ridiculous, a lie and a fraud.

What did you expect? So is creationism.

Christians lying? I'm sure you're as shocked as I am.
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Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 03:48 pm
I would defend the liberty of consenting adult creationists to practice whatever intellectual perversions they like in the privacy of their own homes; but it is also necessary to protect the young and innocent.

~ Arthur C. Clarke
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Monday, July 5th, 2010 03:34 pm
Debating creationists on the topic of evolution is rather like trying to play chess with a pigeon — it knocks the pieces over, craps on the board, and flies back to its flock to claim victory.

~ Scott D. Weitzenhoffer