I’m compiling a response to the January 2009 Scientific American propaganda piece on evolution. The first 2-1/2 segments are on line, more to come – check’em out:
I just read a piece in the newspaper where you said Darwin was ” a man with severe mental problems”. You, believe the earth was created 6000 years ago by a magical diety who created human beings in its own image. How is a theory backed up by scientific proof such as carbon dating, any less credible to you, than a theory backed up by simple belief, and a need to believe in a magical diety? Who has severe mental problems?
Assuming then that you are an evolutionist, then you believe that a frog turned into a prince. This does not fall in line with well established, scientific and natural laws. In fact, the first life (even by evolutionary standards) had to have come about by *supernatural processes*. Yes, you believe in magic if you believe in evolution. At least creationists, even though we too believe in the supernatural, are willing to admit it, and what we believe still falls in line with scientific and natural laws, such as the laws of biogenesis (which evolution must violate).
You really do need to watch the “Complete Creation” videos, specifically part 12, before you start spouting off about blind faith (of which you apparently have a tremendous amount) and mental problems.
Complete Creation videos are all available on line, for free: