Justice in the hands of the faithful is no longer just.
12/15/2007 7:09:45 PM
Kent Hovind was not persecuted by the scientific community for his beliefs (though he was laughed at). He was prosecuted by the legal community for criminal tax evasion.
Get over it, your scoundrel has a new "boyfriend" now.
12/15/2007 7:13:46 PM
It is not true that this "Christian criminal" has a clear sense of morality, he wouldn't have killed like this in the first place if he had.
Kent Hovind is just a fucktard. Only deluded fools take anything he says seriously.
12/15/2007 7:25:04 PM
Funny, according to the bible you and he profess to believe in, he should be put to death.
Not another example of a Christian disregarding their own holy book when what it says becomes a tad inconvenient?! Look, we have more than enough evidence of your hypocrisy thanks, could you try sticking to your beliefs for a change? We're damn short of examples of that!
12/15/2007 7:32:32 PM
Anonymous, poisoning the internets one tube at a time.
The lunacy in this post is incredible!
12/15/2007 7:33:21 PM
Kent Hovind was condemned for the fictional crime of STEALING and not paying taxes. He was condemned for killing a human being who happened to disagree with him. What sense of morality are you speaking about?
12/15/2007 7:46:55 PM
Pity this Christian's "clear sense of morality" didn't prevent him from murdering someone in the first place. What sort of example is that for the rest of us amoral unbelievers?
Although it would make a good advertising gimmick: "Become a Christian and get a lighter sentence for serious crimes."
12/15/2007 8:29:00 PM
A person with a "clear sense of morality" should be punished less for the same immoral crime than someone who's not as clear about it?
12/15/2007 8:35:35 PM
As a Christian he has a clear sense of morality and will know that what he has done is wrong
Yup the whole thou shall not kill thing.
Kent Hovind is the obvious example; he was given ten years in prison for a fictional crime.
He didn't pay his taxes. Fictional crime my ass.
12/15/2007 8:43:46 PM
"As a Christian he has a clear sense of morality..."
"That is not necessarly true of a Darwinist...."
"Kent Hovid is the obvious example' he was given ten years in prision for a fictional crime."
12/15/2007 9:03:38 PM
Obviously you are a lying apologist for hatred and fraud, the Christians' clear sense of morality is a hypocritical farce, as is your attempts to defend a murderer and a tax-cheat.
12/15/2007 9:04:26 PM
Pushing dogma with violence. The Christian way!
12/15/2007 9:14:32 PM
Paranoia is dangerous, but it could be treated. If only the paranoid would catch the tiniest glimpse of reality....
12/15/2007 9:17:12 PM
So not paying taxes is a fictional crime? What the hell have I been doing every April? And what are these deductions in my paycheck all about? I'm just not going to pay taxes anymore, thanks anonymous!
12/15/2007 10:09:57 PM
He questions the basis of the "Darwinist's" morality, and maintains that the Christian who stuck a knife in him has "a cleasr sense of morality." To a True Believer™ this incident was sort of an "Ooops, my bad."
12/15/2007 10:19:16 PM
What the french, toast? He violates the 10C's in a bloody act of barbarism and you justify it because the victim was an "unbeliever"?
Oh, it's okay in your world view because the murderer can just say a few magic words and Jesus lets him off the hook, right?
Pay attention! The murderer removed his victim's free will by the act of murder. That's the height of blasphemy.
12/15/2007 10:30:15 PM
So a clear sense of morality means you are allowed to kill someone just as long as you feel sorry? Cool... Got to love absolution.
12/15/2007 11:00:34 PM
So you're saying he more strongly knew it was wrong to kill. And he still did it anyways. Doesn't say much for his morality to just toss it aside like that, eh?
12/15/2007 11:16:08 PM
Actually, if you have strong morals, you should have a heavier sentence, the same way insane people get a lighter sentence because they don't know what they're doing.
12/15/2007 11:51:24 PM
= Non Sequitur.
12/15/2007 11:51:33 PM
As to your statement about Hovind's "fictional crime:"
Ahem... Render unto Caesar.
12/16/2007 12:03:01 AM
12/16/2007 3:08:17 AM
"For that reason a Christian criminal should receive a lighter sentence than an unbeliever"
Actually, by your 'reasoning'(hahahahahaha... ahem, continuing on) by your reasoning the christian should have gotten a heavier sentence because he knew that murder was wrong, where as the "Darwinist"(insert more laughter here) doesn't know the difference between right from wrong, so he would get the shorter sentence, because he didn't know murder was wrong.
But yeah, this guy is a tosser.
12/17/2007 7:01:24 AM
What Rhys said.
You pick this out to show that Christians are favored in the court room, but look at how creation scientists have been persecuted by the American government.
So why isn't Ken Ham locked up behind bars then? More to the point, why hasn't Fred Phelps been locked up and had his key thrown away?
12/17/2007 12:37:14 PM
"As a Christian he has a clear sense of morality and will know that what he has done is wrong. That is not necessarily true of a Darwinist"
Say again? I can't hear you over the sound of their actions.
12/17/2007 4:56:36 PM