One of our far-flung network of clandestine operatives (code name “Bayou Boy”) tipped us off to a letter in the Advocate, the major newspaper in Louisiana’s capitol city of Baton Rouge.
This little gem is titled ‘Scientists’ blinded by own faith. The letter-writer is described as an insurance adjuster. We’ll give you a few excerpts from the letter, and we’ll omit the writer’s name and city. Here we go, with a bit of bold font added for emphasis:
These so-called “scientists” or “science enthusiasts” are so biased against people of the Christian faith, they cannot even see their own folly. If they would just use their own scientific laws and methods, they would clearly see that evolution is a religion and Darwin is their God. They are blinded by their own faith.
We like a strong beginning. Stay with us now; the letter-writer is just getting warmed up:
There is no doubt that they will respond to the editor and attack me personally. What they won’t do is refute scientific laws and principals that destroy the theory of evolution. Here are three quick ones:
Three quickies are coming now, and the scientists won’t be able to refute them. You know this is going to be good. Let’s read on:
Where are the voluminous transitional fossils? Darwin himself acknowledged a gaping hole in his theory and was puzzled as to why the fossil record did not support his theory.
Jeepers! Where are the transitionals? Hint: list of transitional fossils. Counter question for the insurance adjuster: Where Are The Anachronistic Fossils? Okay, here comes the letter-writer’s next irrefutable quickie:
The Second Law of Thermodynamics. To simplify this law for the sake of brevity, if all things are equal, things descend from a state of order to a state of chaos. … Things have gone from a state of chaos (pool of goo) to the most highly developed creature that could ever be imagined, the human being.
Wow! Why didn’t we ever think of that? This changes everything! Here’s quickie number three:
The Law of Conservation of Energy and Matter (or mass). To simplify this one, something cannot come from nothing. … Where did the single-cell organism come from? Where did the pool of goo come from?
It’s amazing. This insurance adjuster has just demolished one of the most widely-accepted theories in all of science. We’re stunned! Moving along:
The three bullet points above just scratch the surface on why evolution is a fraud.
When evolutionists are pinned down from a scientific standpoint on the many weaknesses, their default is that you have to accept some things on “faith.”
Yes, we hear that all the time from scientists — faith, faith, faith. At last someone has the courage to point it out. Here’s more:
I am not interested in their “faith” or their religion. I like my own.
He has his own faith? What, pray tell, might that be? Ah, he tells us:
Genesis 1:1 states, “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.”
Hey, that’s good! Here’s how the letter ends:
If those opposed to teaching intelligent design in schools had intellectual integrity, they would lobby to have both evolution and intelligent design removed from the classroom because they are both rooted in religious beliefs.
Once more, dear reader, we are rendered speechless by the depth of … well, whatever that was. By the way, have you ever noticed that some of our best letters come from Louisiana?
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