WND: Rev. David Rives — The Big Bang

We were awakened by the blaring sirens and flashing lights of our Retard-o-tron™. The blinking letters on the wall said WorldNetDaily. Instantly alert, we rushed to the computer.

The Retard-o-tron™ directed us to WorldNetDaily’s presentation of a new video by the brilliant and articulate leader of David Rives Ministries. WND’s headline was The ‘Big Bang’? Science fiction.

Wow — the Big Bang! How exciting! The rev’s video is titled The Big Bang is Science … Fiction. Eagerly we clicked on it. Thrilled, we absorbed it. Dazed, we contemplated what we had learned.

In only 90 seconds, the rev points out all the problems with modern cosmology, and declares it “fiction.” Everything we had been taught by our teachers is wrong! The bible had it right all along.

Don’t delay, dear reader. Your place in eternity hangs in the balance. You need to click over to WND and watch the thing.

As we’ve done before with the rev’s videos, please feel free to use the comments section as an Intellectual Free Fire Zone. You know the rules. Okay, now go to it.

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7 responses to “WND: Rev. David Rives — The Big Bang

  1. News flash, Rives: scientists form heavier elements from lighter ones all the time. Visit ground zero of the next nuclear disaster if you don’t believe me, and see how many heavy elements you ingest.

    And, the laws governing the behavior of gases in a vacuum? Which ones do you mean are fictional?

  2. Oh dear…
    biblical astronomy
    That’s an oxymoron, so I’ll go and eat my banana right now. Will that save me from this drivel?
    Thanks for the comedy SC.

  3. Yea, verily, I stretched out on the couch after the inflationary experience of Christmas dinner and it was a Cosmic Experience.

  4. If Inflationary Big Bang theory is wrong, then would the thumpers please point to their alternative theory that is compatible with a 6000 year old universe and which:

    1) correctly predicts the the CMBR black body radiation that we observe from all directions

    2) correctly predicts the observed elemental abundances of the early universe

    3) correctly predicts the CMBR anisotropies we observe via WMAP, etc.

    all from FIRST PRINCIPLES.

    Until then, they don’t even have a seat at the table of science.

  5. doodlebugger

    Longshadow says”until then, they don’t even have a seat at the table of science”.
    Yes this is true. But what about if a creationist was envisioned as one of those yappy little dogs (with mange) that runs around under and around the table, snapping up fallen fragments of turkey stuffing and doing the dirty on grandmas leg, culminating with a wiz on Uncle Fred’s shoe? That might be a description of the position creationists currently occupy around the table of science.
    Perhaps the little mutt would have to mess on the living toom carpet in full view of the dining room during coffee to really qualify as a creationist metaphor……… ..
    This sounds like a job for………… Kapoodlehopper !!!!!!!!!!!
    Everyone is looking forward to that next “science” article……:)

  6. @longshadow:
    1) Godidit.
    2) Oogity-boogity!
    3) “stretched” out the heavens.

    Not hard at all!

  7. I read the comments on WND associated with this drivel of a video. While the comments were off topic (almost no mention of the big bang at all), the comments were at a much higher intellectual level than any others I have read on the WND site. Not accurate mind you, but better written and more reasoned.