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Many evolutionists misinterpet the scientific evidence for creationism because it doesn't fit their faith-based assumptions. I would also point out that the fossil record demonstrates a catastrophic global flood which buried millions of plants and animals, but that is discussion for another thread.

drmark, iBelieve.com 30 Comments [9/27/2008 6:18:11 AM]
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LOLWUT

Just because Kent Hovind worked as a science teacher doesn't mean he should have.

Please go to the library. Look up science resources online. With luck, it's not too late to save your brain.

9/27/2008 6:32:01 AM

Yaezakura

Actually, no, the fossil record indicates no such thing, you fucking moron. Trust me, many scientists, even evolutionary scientists, are Christian or otherwise religious. If they could actually prove that a global flood happened, it would be a Noble Prize winning discovery. Yet not a single piece of evidence exists to support that such a thing ever happened.

9/27/2008 6:33:01 AM

DarkfireTaimatsu

scientific evidence for creationism

There is none. The end.

9/27/2008 6:48:32 AM

The Outsider

Many creationists misinterpet the scientific evidence for evolution because it doesn't fit their faith-based assumptions.

Perfect fix.

9/27/2008 6:53:55 AM

Tom S. Fox

@LOLWUT: Kent Hovind never worked as a science teacher.
As you may know, he is a liar.

9/27/2008 6:54:42 AM

Imroy

"Many creationists misinterpret the scientific evidence for evolution and an old earth because it doesn't fit their faith-based assumptions."

There, fixed it for you.

damn, too late.

9/27/2008 6:55:00 AM

Dark_Lord_Prime

"Many evolutionists misinterpret the 'scientific' evidence for creationism because it only fits our faith-based assumptions. I would also point out that the fossil record demonstrates a catastrophic global flood which buried millions of plants and animals, but that is a discussion for another thread, because I just pulled that 'fact' out of my ass and have no evidence to support it."

Uber-fix'd!

9/27/2008 7:02:37 AM

LOLWUT

That's interesting, I thought he really did work as a teacher for 15 years just as he said. But then someone should have known about it I guess...

9/27/2008 7:04:51 AM

Detrs

No, we don't; no it doesn't.

Now, stop lying.

9/27/2008 7:19:06 AM

Mortok

So, "Dr. Mark", are you a REAL doctor, or a doctor like "Dr Pepper" is a doctor?

9/27/2008 7:20:10 AM

Eden

Many Creationists misinterpret the scientific evidence for evolution because it doesn't fit their faith-based assumptions. They would also mix together real mass extinction events (like the Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction) with evidences for local floods, despite the fact that they happened millions of years aparts, to construct together some "evidence" for a global flood like described in the bible or even resort to outright forgeries, to construct evidence for huzmans and dinosaurs alking together.

9/27/2008 10:01:56 AM

Michael

Perhaps you should ask Kent Hovind for his sources.
But check the visiting hours first.

9/27/2008 10:16:14 AM

aaa

Hovind is a mere fraud.

9/27/2008 10:29:53 AM

kingoftheheavies

@LOLWUT: Kent Hovind never worked as a science teacher.
As you may know, he is a liar.


And a thief. And is having gay sex right this very minute. Prison will do that to you...

9/27/2008 12:55:55 PM

Ambrielle

Many evolutionists misinterpet the scientific evidence for creationism because it doesn't fit their faith-based assumptions.

Does. Not. Compute.

9/27/2008 1:33:06 PM



scientific evidence for creationism

I couldn't care less. I know Creationism is real. Creation, on the other hand...

9/27/2008 1:48:51 PM

Horsefeathers

"Many evolutionists misinterpet the scientific evidence for creationism because it doesn't fit their faith-based assumptions."

You seem to have confused "evolutionists" and "creationists".

"I would also point out that the fossil record demonstrates a catastrophic global flood which buried millions of plants and animals, but that is discussion for another thread."

Care to explain why we always find the same creatures in the same layers without exception if a flood did it?

And don't use that lame ass "hydrological sorting" bullshit either. It's been refuted far too often to go resorting to it.

9/27/2008 2:22:31 PM

wackadoodle

"hydrological sorting"? The hell does that mean? Because it sounds like their actually claiming the goddamn water sorted the fossils into the exact layers they should be in if those heathen geologists where right. That bullshit these people come up with to fit the evidence to their 'beliefs'.

9/27/2008 2:42:49 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Make up shit much?

9/27/2008 2:43:36 PM

Bored One-time Poster

Yes, yes of course. Evolution is faith-based, but the water needed to cover the entire Earth just spontaneously appears and disappears when it's convenient.

Considering that you gave no evidence or citation for the first sentence of your comment, you may as well discuss that huge flood on the same thread. Starting with citation.

9/27/2008 2:50:06 PM

John

Many evolutionists misinterpet the scientific evidence for creationism because it doesn't fit their faith-based assumptions.

There isn't any scientific evidence for creationism. Evidence for creationism requires evidence of a creator - something no one has ever been able to come up with, despite 2,500 years of trying. It also requires a scientific explanation of the method by which the the creation was accomplished. Creationists don't offer any positive evidence for creationism. Instead, they simply attack evolution. Creationism relies on what the courts have called a "contrived dualism" - that arguments against evolution are automatically arguments for creationism.

9/27/2008 2:54:40 PM

Old Viking

How can evolutionists misinterpret the scientific evidence for creationism when christianists have yet to offer any?

9/27/2008 8:21:44 PM

Grigadil

Cretinism does not mesh with any natural trend in the real space-time continuum. It may apply in your dreamworld, but few live there.

9/27/2008 8:29:19 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Still wrong.

9/27/2008 8:29:52 PM

anonymous_troy

No, the fossil record was clearly put down in multiple layers over a long time.

9/27/2008 8:31:14 PM
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