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He built a whole creation museum, but say's "young earth" isn't the point? WTF?

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May. 23rd, 2007 | 03:18 pm

Before I start flinging around words like "moron" and "deluded maniac" I'd like to point out that Ken Ham has spent a whole lot of money on something he himself claims "isn't the point". In this article he wrote for some uber-bible thumping publication, he says:

Believing in a relatively ‘young Earth’ (i.e., only a few thousands of years old, which we accept) is a consequence of accepting the authority of the Word of God as an infallible revelation from our omniscient Creator.

Um, ok. So, you really DON'T believe it? Or you think so highly of the dubious origins of that book of yours that you can't POSSIBLY think for yourself or believe ANY of the COUNTLESS pieces of evidence against it? That's about the weakest argument I've ever heard. So you built a whole museum based on a LITERAL interpretation of the bible? I've only got one question. Do you believe EVERYTHING it says? Oh yeah? Really?

What about all of these questions?

No answer, huh?

I didn't think so.

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From: markbt73
Date: May. 23rd, 2007 10:44 pm (UTC)

"Oh my," replied God, "I hadn't thought of that." And promptly disappeared in a puff of logic. --DNA, Hitchhiker's

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