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    Filed at 2:20 pm under by dcobranchi

    This one has to be the ultimate in paranoid self-pitying delusion. This graf is pretty typical:

    4) Biblical Creation has been under constant attack for numerous years. While I a firm believer in the creation, some are not. What’s really bad is that the so called scientific community has literally brainwashed Americans into believing some hogwash about how everything is here by accident and how everything evolved over millions of years. There has never been any evidence whatsoever to say that any of this ever took place. The Darwinists seem to be forgetting that Darwin himself had doubts about his own theory of evolution at times. Anyone who does not believe in creation should go ahead and throw away their Bibles because they probably won’t believe the rest of it either. The whole point in Jesus coming to this world and dying on that cross started when sin entered the world after creation in the Book of Genesis. Jesus and Creation are connected. Many parents now choose to homeschool their children because of the teaching of this silly nonsense that has never been proven. As a mater of fact some creation scientists actually believe that the earth is less than 6000 years old given the genealogy of the Bible and taking into account a literal six day creation time period. One of the Ten Commandments involves the Sabbath which is the day of rest. Now, if you don’t believe in creation, then why follow this commandment? This commandment represents the seventh day. The day after creation, God rested, not because he was tired, but because he chose to do so. If creation was not literally six days long, then why would he give us a commandment that represents the seventh day if it did not happen?

    So, if you’re not a fundamentalist/creationist, you’re not really a Christian and ought to just stop faking it? Good to know.

    6 Responses to “OMG”

    Comment by
    September 17th, 2006
    at 4:38 pm

    The whole problem with people like that is that they live in a little world that their religion created inside their heads, and just can’t understand why those of us who do not believe as they do don’t just nod our heads and “admit” that shince it’s in the Bible (if it is), it must be true. It doesn’t even rise to the level of argument. It’s just the equivalent of screaming at the people with whom you are conversing in order to drown them out, while having your fingers stuck in your ears and your eves tight shut. Refusing to see anything outside your favorite magic story is for geeky teenagers playing D&D in steam tunnels and dying of exposure, not thinking adults who are responsible for honestly and objectively assessing reality.

    Comment by
    JJ Ross
    September 17th, 2006
    at 11:23 pm

    *Claps more than politely!*

    Think we’d find a strong correlation between this pseudo-scientific approach to “creation” of human life, and to “protection” of various things that can give meaning to human life? (Chastity, marriage, family values, parent rights, the airwaves, the English language, the southern border, homeschooling freedoms?)

    Comment by
    September 18th, 2006
    at 7:11 am

    Yeah, and the world’s 9 million Catholics, who are not required to believe in a literal 7 day creation week, are delusional and not really faithful. (*sarcasm*)


    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    September 18th, 2006
    at 7:28 am

    the world’s 9 million Catholics


    Comment by
    September 18th, 2006
    at 10:05 am

    I know I’m tarring with a broad brush, Christy, but I would bet money that the writer of this graf would not accept Catholics as Christians.

    Comment by
    September 18th, 2006
    at 2:16 pm

    How about Methodists?