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Evolutionary Regression

That’s exactly what must be happening with creationists – because the obvious refusal to use the mind, the brain, and instead utter such bullshit (pardon, had to be said) as can be seen e.g. on GodTube.com (the apparently fast growing YouTube copy for Christians christian fundamentalists) cannot be an advantage for mankind.

Example: Evolution woud say that all inanimate things become life, including mousetraps becoming mice (near the end of this clip about woodpeckers).


As Ernest Hemingway said:

“All thinking men are atheists.”

Max from „Wissen belastet“, where I found this, mentions (in German) some more questionable examples and contents of GodTube.com, e.g. a little girl who “may” memorize a Psalm, of course with many comments on GodTube appreciating this.

A quote from Phil Plait from BadAstronomy.com:

“When you see that spark, that glow, that moment when a child understands what they are seeing [through a telescope], or even just the potential in their faces as they chew over the nature of reality, of the Universe… the joy that fills your heart is impossible to describe. It’s wondrous.
Creationism and fundamentalist dogma destroy that potential. It’s wrong, and it’s evil.
It’s brainwashing.”


Apparently, nowadays everyone must have a blog – God has one, too! (He chose to write in German, though.) At least the god of the christians and jews, the others – with the exception of the Flying Spaghetti Monster – are not linked. But maybe that’s to come in the future…

Anyway, it’s nice to read the (funny, interesting, worth reading – if youi speak German, that is) heavenly insights from a being that doesn’t even exist. :devil:

Take a look, unless you’re humorless fundamentalists (well, maybe you should then, especially):

:bow: gottsblog.de [no longer existing].

(found at the Prinzzess)

Quote of the Day (2)

This is about Harry Potter, see “The Cross with Religion” on Spiegel Online (German):

“[Children] are quite able to tell the difference between right and wrong as well as between reality and illusion.”
Religion pedagogue and Protestant theologian Matthias Frohmann (my translation)

(And I agree with him there.)

The Churches see it (surprisingly?) rather relaxed, whereas fundamentalist “religiously motivated critics” rather see a “seduction into satanism, mockery of Christianity, playing down occultism.” Well, the former Cardinal Ratzinger is quoted to have written of “subtle seductions that have an imperceptible and especially for that reason deep effect and subvert Christian faith in the soul before it could even grow properly” in 2003 (my translation).

Well, they’re obviously afraid that the children (and adults) might use their mind also to critically and scientifically look into the “miracles” from biblical and later times and discover more about reality than fundamentalist and maybe “normal” Christians might like… :twisted: