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There is no such critter as "protohuman"! There are apes and there are humans. Always have been separate created kinds, always will be separate created kinds. (Does it bother you, KT, that a successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word?)

BTW, you can find the answers to most of your questions on most any YEC website. But maybe you think you're taking time away from my personal Bible study. What actually do you want to accomplish here?

drmark, iBelieve.com 34 Comments [9/23/2008 10:51:58 PM]
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Agozyen

It actually bothers me a great deal that a person could earn an advanced degree in medicine, all the while plugging his ears and thinking "Well, God knows better than these worldly professors, so I can just wing it on the next exam".

As it should, and will if there is an ounce of sanity left in a person's skull.

Then again, you're probably just full of shit anyway, so I'm not too worked up by it.

9/23/2008 10:55:47 PM

Old Viking

Going to a YEC Web site with a scientific inquiry is the equivalent of going to a Three Stooges Web site for the same purpose.

9/23/2008 10:56:00 PM

SurfinSeaOtter

Except the 3 Stooges web site will give you a more intelligent response

9/23/2008 11:02:09 PM

iflurry

Humans aren't so different that we get our own classification. That's kind of like saying Saint Bernards aren't dogs.

9/23/2008 11:02:58 PM

kingoftheheavies

maybe you think you're taking time away from my personal Bible study

Not at all. I'm quite sure you have never cracked open a buybull. Hell, I doubt you've ever opened any book.

9/23/2008 11:03:04 PM

David D.G.

How can a medical doctor possibly be so bloody-mindedly ignorant?!? Determined willful disbelief of inconvenient or discomfiting information really needs to be described as a mental illness of some kind; it's a denialism on par with refusing to accept that one's wife has died, continuing to act (and interact!) as if she were still around, cooking for her, chiding the empty chair for her not eating more, and so on. It's a psychotic break with reality, and it's as sad and creepy as it is offensive.


~David D.G.

9/23/2008 11:04:13 PM

Jay-Sus

There are apes and there are humans.

Congratualtions. You're now as intelligent as plankton.

Does it bother you, KT, that a successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word?)

It bothers me that I doubt any of this is true.

BTW, you can find the answers to most of your questions on most any YEC website.

Or I could open a Biology textbook and get actaul information.

9/23/2008 11:07:42 PM

Mortok

Yes it does bother me. I can't speak for KT, but I would like you to actually use your brain, and wake up to reality.

9/23/2008 11:09:01 PM

Papabear

"you can find the answers to most of your questions on most any YEC website."

Sure can. They're not the right answers, but they are answers nonetheless.

9/23/2008 11:23:33 PM

tracer

"Does it bother you, KT, that a successful,"

*snicker*

"intelligent,"

*GUFFAW!*

"well-trained"

*chortle*

"and educated"

*titter*

"physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word?"


Just keep telling yourself that. "I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and by golly, people like me!"

9/23/2008 11:24:55 PM

Illuminatalie

Fair enough. I'm an IT consultant but I believe that computer programs are caused by demons that enter the system when we sacrifice sheep in the room with amber glass.

9/23/2008 11:27:09 PM

WhyDontYou.Org.UK

Does it bother you, KT, that a successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word?

Well, I dont know about KT but it bothers me. I am intrigued how you actually treat anything... Do antibiotics confuse you?

9/23/2008 11:35:16 PM

John

BTW, you can find the answers to most of your questions on most any YEC website.

Oh yeah? What about SN1987a? What about HERVs? YECs have no answers for these, other to invent ridiculous stuff out of the air, like "space is warped" or "we need more study from a Bible-related point of view".

9/23/2008 11:41:10 PM

TheOutsider

How could a physician (who has had to take many many biology and anatomy classes) possible deny evolution??? It boggles the mind!

9/23/2008 11:47:58 PM

Canadiest

"Does it bother you, KT, that a successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word? "

overstated. a Doctor would say credited professional. And "hopelessly" dependant? Do you get your medical judgements from the Bible?

"BTW, you can find the answers to most of your questions on most any YEC website"

No scientifically educated professional would direct anyone to those (proven wrong) websites. If this guys a Doctor I'm Lord of the Universe

9/23/2008 11:51:40 PM

Devonian

Care to draw the line between ape and man? Because creationists have trouble agreeing on that one (I've got a nice chart proving it, too, but I haven't figured out how to post images on here)...

9/24/2008 12:00:41 AM

Grigadil

Hi, I'm Dr Pepper and I can answer all your difficult questions. w00t w00t!!1!

9/24/2008 12:02:27 AM

Panz

"(Does it bother you, KT, that a successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word?) "
If they have to mention it, 9 out of 10 they really aren't what they claim to be

9/24/2008 12:04:10 AM

Brain_In_A_Jar

Seconded, David D.G.

Any homeschooled fundie can be excused for failing to grasp the principles of evolution through overwhelming ignorance or lack of intelligence, but for a person bright enough to become a trained medical practitioner to reject even its plausibility takes serious, pathological denial, or at least very strong compartmentalised thinking. Surely it'd be like a nuclear engineer, whilst capable of carrying out the necessary equations to design or operate a fission reactor, still somehow rejecting the atomic theory in favour of the four-elements model - you wouldn't think such selective irrationality would even be possible.

The most important thing to remember about insanity, or simple irrationality, though, is that it really can be incredibly selective, limited to a tiny scope and yet overwhelmingly pronounced within that precise boundary.

9/24/2008 12:10:28 AM

afacelessatheist

A physician that has trouble grasping that biology is nothing like the crap spouted by young Earths is frightening to anyone with a semblance of a brain.

9/24/2008 12:11:59 AM



"Does it bother you, KT, that a successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word?"

In a word: yes. It makes my brain implode, and makes me weep for the future of mankind. Especially when said "physician" regurgitates pure dogmatic B.S.

"BTW, you can find the answers to most of your questions on most any YEC website."

That's it. I officially strip you of any degrees you may have received, up to and including your high school diploma. You have passed the stupid threshold for your profession.

9/24/2008 12:15:16 AM

Giveitaday

Does it bother you, KT, that a successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word?

It would, If I actually belived that you were not lying, that is.

9/24/2008 12:32:19 AM

Osiris

Humans ARE apes.

Prove me wrong.

9/24/2008 12:32:47 AM

Generic Human Fleshbot

"successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician could be so hopelessly dependent on God's Word?"

Nope, because a successful, intelligent, well-trained and educated physician wouldn't put so much stock in that waste of paper you call "God's Word".

9/24/2008 12:52:27 AM

Shano

My understanding of medical education in the USA is that topics connected with general biology/evolution are not quite in the curriculum. To be successful as a physician in most areas of medicine only understanding and knowledge of how human body works is neccessary. It is quite possible to get and graduate from college and then het in med school and graduate without having to address evolution theory.

9/24/2008 1:39:13 AM
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