Recently there has been a flurry of comments posted to a blog I wrote in February last year, I’ll give the Creationist’s this much: they’re certainly trying harder.
These comments are remarkable for one thing only: the utter deficiency of the basics of science. On the contrary, they’re crammed with non-facts, regurgitated from notorious Creation scientists… nearly all of which have been debunked at one time or other.
It is utterly astonishing that with the wealth of information at our disposal which demonstrate conclusively the authenticity of evolutionary science, these readers allow themselves to be drawn like zombies, to sources disseminating pure garbage. Attempts to point them to genuine sources of information such as TalkOrigins, are met with loathing and outright dismissal.
The distinct impression I get is that they don’t want to learn anything new, but rather seek the comfort of confirmation for their predisposed beliefs.
Anyway, I found this on my Facebook page today and leave it here for them to mull over… if that’s not asking too much.
A science book, magazine, or website:
Conclusions are drawn on specific topics of interest with NO references debunking scriptural claims
Religious books, websites, or magazines:
Draw conclusions from various scriptural content then in conclusion debunks science
Creationism is based on faith but faith does not advance knowledge it is the search for SECURITY not truth.