We bring you exciting news about another creationist revival meeting with the neo-theocrats at the Discovery Institute‘s creationist public relations and lobbying operation, the Center for Science and Culture (a/k/a the Discoveroids, a/k/a the cdesign proponentsists).
The announcement appears at the Discoveroids’ blog: If You’re in SoCal, Come Out and Meet Us This Weekend at the American Scientific Affiliation Meeting. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us:
It’s all well and good to read what intelligent design’s scientists and thinkers, representing Discovery Institute and Biologic Institute, have to say.
Scientists and thinkers. BWAHAHAHAHAHA!
And we know you do every day here at ENV [the Discoveroids' blog]. But what could be better than getting a chance to interact face to face? Of course, nothing could be better.
They’re right — nothing could be better! The thrilling announcement continues:
That’s why if you live in Southern California you’ll want to swing over this weekend to the 67th annual meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation.
According to Wikipedia, the American Scientific Affiliation is:
a Christian religious organization of scientists and people in science-related disciplines. The stated purpose is “to investigate any area relating Christian faith and science.”
Let’s read on:
The event runs July 20-23 in San Diego and there are some interesting topics on the menu. Saturday’s sessions will include a panel discussion with Stephen Meyer, William Dembski and Casey Luskin on “A Taxonomy of Information and the Design Inference.” Ann Gauger will speak on “The Origin of Enzymes: All in the Family?” On Sunday, Paul Nelson will address the question, “What Is the Size and Typology of the Genomic Universe?”
Wow! All the giants of Discoveroid creationism will be there. We continue:
The full schedule of speakers is here [link omitted]. Go here to register [link omitted]. The location: Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego.
Interesting location. Wikipedia says that Point Loma Nazarene University “was founded in 1902 as a Bible college by the Church of the Nazarene.” It’s an ideal setting for a Discoveroid revival.
This sounds like a really great educational opportunity. But it starts tomorrow, so you’d better hurry if you want to attend. Make your plans to get on over to Point Loma Nazarene University and enjoy some of that good old fashioned, down-home, foot-stompin’, psalm-singin’, floor-rollin’, rafter-shakin’, old-time creationism.
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