Are you stupid, ignorant, warped, cruel, and sadistic? That’s good, but are you also the parent of school-age children? Well then, we’ve got great news for you!
At the website of the The Christian Post, which says it’s “the nation’s most comprehensive Christian news website,” we read Free E-booklet: A Parent’s Guide to Intelligent Design. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us:
Finally, a high quality resource has appeared to help parents understand the public controversy over intelligent design and Darwinism. Regardless of whether your children are in public, private, or home education, this resource is for you. You will be learn how to respond to the indoctrination strategies of the Darwin-only approach to evolution and science education.
Wow — right from the start they grab at your imagination, appeal to your parental needs, reach out to your intellect, and tug at your heartstrings — all at the same time! Aren’t you glad you came here today? We know you want to read more, so let’s get to it:
In the typical public Darwin-only environment intelligent design (ID) is often discussed in the classroom. Sadly, ID theory is usually not treated fairly in such a context. Misinformed teachers end up critiquing a theory they really don’t understand. As a college science teacher for over 19 years I can assure you of the scientific integrity of this new resource.
Impressive, huh? The article’s author — his name is Mike Keas, by the way — has great credentials, so he surely knows what he’s talking about. He’s listed as a Discovery Institute “fellow”, and here’s his faculty page at a bible college. This is a man you can trust! Let’s read on:
Parents, it is your turn to respond on behalf of your children. The Parent’s Guide to Intelligent Design equips you to answers many questions:
We’ll skip the list of questions the booklet equips you to answer. There’s really no need for such a list, because when you master intelligent design theory, you’re equipped to answer all of your children’s questions — and the answer to each one is the same: “Kid, if you don’t memorize and recite this material exactly as I teach it to you, then I’m gonna beat the tar outta you, feed you to the hogs, and you’ll end up in the Lake of Fire!”
Ah, here’s a quote from the booklet’s introduction:
Discovery Institute offers this Parent’s Guide as a resource to help you begin to learn about intelligent design and educate your kids on this issue. In addition to basic scientific information, this guide contains helpful tips and recommended books, videos, and other resources you can turn to for solid, reliable, scientific information on intelligent design.
If the booklet comes from the Discoveroids, you know it’s exactly what you’ve been looking for. And it’s not only for your home-schooling activities. If you work at it, you can probably get your school board to add this to the curriculum of the public schools. Just think: If everyone did that, then the whole world will be creationist!
The Christian Post article — or infomercial, or whatever it is — ends with a handy link to the Discoveroids where you can obtain a free copy of this wonderful booklet. Well, if you’re interested, then what are you waiting for? Go ahead and put yourself on their mailing list. You’re already an idiot, so you’ve got nothing to lose.
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