Friday, February 10, 2012

Pure Nuttery from a Creationist

The local paper continues to entertain:

The evolution theory is an irrational falsehood, zealously embraced by atheists, that is a phony conclusion of the 600+ million year fossil record. There is no “valid supporting data” for evolution. In a court of law, or in a public forum, the same evidence that evolutionists would use to try to “prove” the validity of that theory, I would utilize to reveal the truth of Genesis. In order to believe in evolution, you have to purposely ignore certain facts of reality. For example, when you see illustrations of primates being pictured as evolving into humans, it can be shown in a court of law that such a premise is impossible, because certain human and primate traits are different, and could not have ever been shared. The only “common ancestor” that humans and primates share is God Himself.

Current Creationism has refused to ...teach the truth of the Genesis text, and either teaches foolishness (young Earth), or false doctrines (non-literal reading of the text). Creationists thoughtlessly try to prove “Creationism”, rather than seeking and teaching the truth of Genesis. How can an untruth, ever prove another lie, to be in error? You can’t do it. That is why Creationism fails. It essentially is also a lie, and should be discarded, even by Bible believers.

The correct opposing view to evolution is the "Observations of Moses", which conveys the truth of Genesis chapter one.

Those that imply that God used evolution are infidels at worse, or clowns at best, that refuse to learn the truth of Genesis. The truth has been available for more than 18 years. Such a discussion is currently silly, and shows stubbornness against learning the truth of God's Word.

There are no "creation stories" in Genesis. In fact, about all of theology and creationism have no idea what Moses was writing about. You can't simply take an advanced book of math or science, and try to read from it on your own without personal instruction. 

For example, Genesis declares that mankind has been on this Earth, in his present likeness, for more than 60 million years. The "male and female" in Genesis chapter one was not "Adam & Eve". Has modern science discovered that yet?

Herman Cummings


Bee said...

da phuck? o_0

Allusive Atheist said...

Herman didn't actually do much to enlighten us. If we take him at his word we can assume that both established science and theology are wrong... the truth is obvious but only a few people know it.

"The truth has been available for more than 18 years." That made me laugh the hardest.

Herman does manage to remind us that "courage of conviction" is not a good gauge of accuracy.

Steve said...

damn it. I got a nosebleed from reading that.

Mike D said...

That's in a local paper?! Wow, and I thought Tulsa was bad. Or is it awesome? I guess it depends on one's perspective.

Infidel753 said...

Funny that he bashes the YECtards almost as much as evolution itself, and he'd probably reject ID, which makes some superficial concessions to actual evidence, equally vehemently. Apparently he's got some idea about humans existing in their current form for 60 million years -- first time I've heard that one.

These people can't even come to much agreement on what they believe, which is hardly surprising since it ignores the evidence and depends on this or that phrase from their ancient book of befuddled gibberish. Meanwhile, evolution remains coherent and consistent world-wide.

krissthesexyatheist said...

Hey all my interbutz friends are here...guess I shoul read the post. Awesome,


L.Long said...

Well just like the other dogmatist, his stuff is 100% true and fact the minute he gets the data presented to others for study and verification.
Good luck!

Anonymous said...

I didn't even need to read the authou's name to know it was our old friend Herman Cummings. His schtick never changes. The Sensuous Curmudgeon takes ol' Herman to task on a regular basis.

Pete Moulton

Chatpilot said...

Herman sounds like a 100 percent nut job! They have places for people like him called mental asylums I highly recommend it. Hell, he might even like it.