Damn! He's right. Take the following papers by pantheistic, reincarnation-believing "evolutionists"
"Differences in pantheistic HERV-K LTR insertions in orthologous loci of humans and great apes"
"Evolution of SINE Sl Retroposons in reincarnated Cruciferae Plant Species"
3/26/2008 8:57:53 PM
Any idiot who doesn't know what Paganism, reincarnation and the theory of evolution is?
3/26/2008 9:26:16 PM
don't like a real debate with a knowledgable scholar of creationism.
No such critter.
3/26/2008 9:57:08 PM
A lot of people here seem to forget that evolution is a thoroughly pagan pantheistic world veiw. It originates with the belief in reincarnation.
Does not. It originates from the works of Darwin and several other scientists. The THEORY OF evolution, anyway.
And most evolutionists are cowards and don't like a real debate with a knowledgable scholar of creationism.
Those douchebags who constantly get quoted on YouTube? Get me one, and I'd be glad to show my mental superiority over someone several several years older than I am! Hell yeah, I would!
As for all creation stories being taught is not necessary our society doesn't have everyone of every religion in it. Should we teaching the ancient Greek view of creation. Any ancient Greeks out there?
I find this account more believable, and your rationale essentially boils down to "if people can relate to it," which is bullshit anyway. I suppose we should also still be teaching the blending hypothesis of inheritence, right?
3/26/2008 9:59:14 PM
Dang!, there's a lot of concentrated Fail in that one paragraph.
3/26/2008 10:59:00 PM
"Any ancient Greeks out there?"
I made a burnt offering to Zeus just yesterday....
3/26/2008 11:15:54 PM
Any bronze age sheep herders out there? No? Then why should we teach the creation story of bronze age sheep herders?
3/26/2008 11:23:49 PM
Knowledgable scholar of creationism? Does that even exist?
3/27/2008 1:34:02 AM
A lot of people have not forgotten that because it was never true to begin with. Stop making up lies.
3/27/2008 1:41:40 AM
Now hold up, y'all. There actually ARE a lot of knowledgeable scholars of creationism.
They just happen to be completely ignorant dumbshits like Ray Comfort and Kent Hovind. But you can't deny that they've wasted all their "scholarly" time in the "study" of creationism... such as such study entails, of course. :)
3/27/2008 1:50:47 AM
But, John D advocates the teaching of the ancient Israelite view of creation. Any ancient Israelites out there?
3/27/2008 3:07:40 AM
Fail. Fail. Fail.
3/27/2008 3:41:04 AM
Speaking as an Ancient Greek, I would love to respond to his query. I, however, must defer... I am awaiting my friends, the British Picts and the California Esselens.
3/27/2008 5:10:38 AM
A bit of knowledge about Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle never hurt anyone. Indeed, unless you've got a good grasp of the Greek alphabet you might find higher maths tricky?
You do? Maybe not knowing anything about the ancient Greeks is partly to blame.
Also, I'll debate you if you manage to remember 'debate' is not another word for 'la la la, God did it, I can't hear you...'
3/27/2008 6:39:39 AM
1) Pantheistic means worshiping many gods, so that's different than worshiping no gods. I know the difference is slight and hard to grasp onto.
2) What does reincarnation have to do with this?
3) There are still some members of Greek paganism 'out there'. They are generally very passive and non-bothersome.
4) If scientists spent all their time arguing with Biblical scholars, they wouldn't get time to do things like cure cancer using sinful genetic technologies.
3/27/2008 1:20:07 PM
Don't good Xians like you believe in reincarnation? Aren't you always saying that you've been "born again"?
3/27/2008 2:36:22 PM
3/31/2008 7:57:08 PM
I stopped reading in the second sentence.
8/9/2011 1:11:25 PM
Are there scholars of creationism? How come they haven't shown themselves yet? In the Kitzmiller vs Dover trial, for example...
Yes, if you do want to teach creationism, you have to teach every creation story. There are no ancient Aramaic or ancient Hebrews out there either, but you want to teach their creation story only.
Or, you can explain why your story is right and everyone else's is wrong, even though many of them sound awfully similar to yours and are even older than yours.
8/9/2011 1:26:32 PM
Scholar of creationism....? Bwahahaha! Oh, that's a good one.
4/5/2012 11:20:56 AM
Cowards? That coming from a person so well - hidden under the protective blanket of self - delusion they don't even see reality? Pfft.
4/6/2012 9:40:55 AM