WND: Rev. Rives Disproves the Big Bang

We were jolted to wakefulness by the blaring sirens and flashing lights of our Retard-o-tron™. The blinking letters on the wall said WorldNetDaily. As you know, WorldNetDaily (WND) is the flamingly creationist, absolutely execrable, moronic, and incurably crazed journalistic organ that believes in and enthusiastically promotes every conspiracy theory that ever existed.

So we visited the WND website and were directed to another new video by the brilliant and articulate leader of David Rives Ministries. The last time we brought you a David Rives video was Rev. Rives on Creationism in School.

The rev’s new video is Science or brainwashing? It’s only two minutes long, but it’s the most incredible two minutes you’ll spend this week — guaranteed!

This is the most devastating critique of the Big Bang theory you’ve ever seen. It’s a life-changer! You don’t want to miss it. The Retard-o-tron™ strikes again!

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6 responses to “WND: Rev. Rives Disproves the Big Bang

  1. I take this video to be his explicit “all in” statement. The Bible is unequivocally correct; anything that may cast even a shred of doubt upon its (alleged, supposed) accuracy must be damaged or destroyed. Goodbye science; hell-OOOOO insanity.
    Based on how slick he seems to be, I’d give him a few years and he’ll be someone to reckon with. Right now, he’s just above the level of the crazy guy on the commons spouting scripture.

  2. This stuff is like crack (or what I imagine it’s like).
    I know it’s bad for me. I know I shouldn’t click on it.
    But I just can’t help myself…
    OMG, he called science teaching brainwashing…

    I need help.

  3. Breathtaking inanity and sheer stupidity shoveled out to the drooling masses of ignorant, knuckle dragging Americans.

    One wonders how stupid the American people are . .. . .Almost half of them swallow this drivel and smile vacantly.

    They are in control of the most powerful military on the planet.
    One shudders.

    Someone please tell me I’m wrong. Please.

  4. Rives makes it all so clean and simple. The big bang does not agree with the biblical creation myth, so it’s wrong, and it’s harmful to teach it. That’s it, end of story.

    I wonder what it’s like to look at the pretty lights in the sky without wondering what they are or how they came to be. Surely, just once or twice, he must look at some distant galaxy (he has a 16″ telescope, so he can see quite a few) and wonder “what sign or season was that put there for”? Or he might look at the picture released by MIT recently of a galaxy 17.3 Billion LY away” gravitationally lensed by another galaxy which was itself a whopping 9.8 Billion LY away. All that universe, created by one supernatural entity, just for little old us. (a supernatural creator of the massive universe who is also inordinately interested in individual human sex lives) What must go through his mind when he sees these pictures? Anything?

    Maybe he is an animatronic robot. Notice how he hardly moves?

  5. aturingtest

    Lynn Wilhelm says:
    “This stuff is like crack (or what I imagine it’s like).
    I know it’s bad for me. I know I shouldn’t click on it.
    But I just can’t help myself…”
    Look at it like this- it’s cheaper than anything else you could be addicted to.
    Waldteufel:
    I kind of used to worry the same thing. Llike K says in “MIB”- “A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.” That’s true, but…so much of what’s on the internet is just noise generated by some “persons” who aren’t so smart- it shouldn’t necessarily be taken as an indication of “people” in general. The noise overwhelms the signal because dumb “persons” are just louder by nature.
    Anyway, this sort of thing is to be expected in a society where most of the people get their information about a complex universe from sitting back and letting TV soundbites and (gasp!) YouTube wash over them, rather than actually reading, which would involve more intellectual effort. I don’t know that folks today are necessarily dumber than before, either as “persons” or “people”- but they seem lazier.

  6. Realist1948

    It really annoys me when clowns like Rives use video, the Internet, communications satellites and other technology to promote their archaic beliefs. Modern technology would not have been developed without the scientific knowledge that is the foundation of engineering. Most of this knowledge was gained within the past two centuries — long after Rives’ “holy scriptures” were scribbled by a handful of “holy” men who today would be considered laughably ignorant.

    If Rives refuses to accept modern science, he should refrain from using the technology that science provides for us. I suggest Rives go join the Amish. At least hey demonstrate some consistency between their beliefs and their way of life.