Creationist Wisdom — Example One

THIS ISN’T VERY newsworthy, but we find it amusing. It’s a letter to the Californian, appearing at the bottom of the page here: Let’s settle this right now. We copy it in its entirety, omitting only the letter-writer’s name and city, and adding a bit of bold for emphasis:

OK, here we go again, right? Wrong! This is it. I think I have come up with a solution to the creation versus evolution stalemate.

Alright, listen up, because I’ll only say this once: It doesn’t matter if you go to church or go to the science lab. Each and every book you open already has the ultimate decision spelled out for you. When did the cavemen live? B.C. When was the Sistine Chapel painted? A.D. Yep, there it is, plain and simple, black and white. B.C. means Before Christ, not Before Charles, and A.D. means Anno Domini (Year of our Lord), not After Darwin. So there you have it. It’s noted throughout the annals of textbooks and tomes that the one who created us is duly recognized, whether you wanna believe it or not!

Stunning — this is the proof for which creationists have long been searching. Case closed.

(We titled this “Example One” because we anticipate that over time there may be more items like this one we may bring to your attention.)

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2 responses to “Creationist Wisdom — Example One

  1. But…but…what about using B.C.E. (before common era) and C.E. (common era)??

    Now I just don’t know what to think!!!!


  2. Oh my Jeebus! The stupidity! It BURNS!