David Klinghoffer’s Christmas Eve Post

IF you already know who David Klinghoffer is, you can skip the next paragraph:

David Klinghoffer is a “Senior Fellow” (i.e., full-blown creationist) among the neo-theocrats at the Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture (a/k/a the Discoveroids). David also operates his own blog, Kingdom of Priests, a part of Beliefnet. What Klinghoffer writes at Beliefnet sometimes shows up at the Discoveroids’ blog, so we regard each blog as an extension of the other.

David has written a series of essays attempting to link Charles Darwin to:

Hitler,
communism,
Stalin,
the Columbine shootings,
Charles Manson,
Holocaust Museum shooter, James von Brunn,
the Ft. Hood Massacre, and
Mao Tse-tung.

Here’s the latest evidence of David’s strange disorder, posted in his own blog at Beliefnet: Dr. Josef Mengele, Angel of Death and “Devotee of Darwin”.

We’re not going to excerpt from that article, nor will we comment on it. At this time of year we have other things to think about. Just know that David has done it again. His creationist legend continues to grow.

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8 responses to “David Klinghoffer’s Christmas Eve Post

  1. The few comments on his blog seem to be from evolutionists, and not creationists.

  2. plumberbob, creationists are free to peddle their ignorant twaddle on the plethora of godbothering blogs that infest the internet.

  3. Oh, I forgot . . . .many godbothering blogs, like Answers in Genesis and the DI blog don’t allow comments.

  4. David has written a series of essays attempting to link Charles Darwin to:

    He forgot “erectile dysfunction” — how could he NOT connect Darwin to erectile dysfunction?

  5. And don’t forget DMV’s, automated telephone systems, and hangnails. Let’s not let any evil go without connecting it to Darwin.

  6. Longie says:

    He forgot “erectile dysfunction” — how could he NOT connect Darwin to erectile dysfunction?

    I believe that ED is a direct consequence of what happened in the Garden of Eden. The Fall, so to speak.

  7. Curmudgeon: “His creationist legend continues to grow.”

    While those “kinds” of creationists who dare to be specific about what the creator(s) and/or designer(s) did, when and how continue to be weeded out by “natural selection.” At this rate, in a few generations most people will be surprised that there ever were attempts at scientific objections to evolution.

    Anyway, I don’t know if you’re a Christian, and I know that Klinghoffer is not, but I doubt that either of you would be offended by this non-Christian sincerely wishing you both a Merry Christmas.

  8. Frank J says: “Anyway, I don’t know if you’re a Christian, and I know that Klinghoffer is not, but I doubt that either of you would be offended by this non-Christian sincerely wishing you both a Merry Christmas.”

    It amazes me that people have a problem with things like this. Suppose you were invited to a friend’s party to celebrate his child’s graduation. It’s his child, not yours. Whatcha gonna do — tell him “Bah, humbug!” and then refuse to attend?

    No, of course not. You’d go to the party, give him a hearty handshake, and say “Congratulations!” What’s his reaction? He knows it’s his kid, not yours. But he appreciates what you’re saying, and he responds: “Thank you.”

    And if you run into someone else at the party, even though his kid isn’t graduating, you could in all sincerity tell him that this is a fine event you’re both celebrating.

    And so — Merry Christmas to you too.