Rev. David Rives — Science Fiction Is Bunk

This one will infuriate the creationists at Google. They still haven’t indexed one of our posts about the rev from more than two months ago — Rev. David Rives — New Stars Are Never Seen. Nevertheless, we couldn’t ignore this one.

The Drool-o-tron™ alerted us to it with its sirens and flashing lights. The blinking letters of its wall display said WorldNetDaily (WND). The Drool-o-tron™ had once again found the latest video by the brilliant and articulate leader of David Rives Ministries.

Our computer was locked onto this headline at WND: What does Bible say about life on other planets? The actual title of the rev’s video is “Evolution and Pop Culture.”

The rev tells us that popular culture, TV shows, and science fiction movies are often about aliens or things that happened millions of years ago. But those ideas come from an evolutionary worldview! Evolutionists think that if life happened here, it must have happened elsewhere. It’s really clever how they sneak that stuff into almost everything.

From a biblical view, god created Earth to be inhabited. The Earth! Adam’s sin affected the whole universe, but aliens — if there are any — weren’t saved by Jesus. So forget all the evolutionary junk you see on TV and in the movies. Read the bible!

The rev is wearing a whole new outfit, and he’s definitely not dressed like a bible-boy. That doesn’t matter. He’s the cutest rev you’ve ever seen! The video is a tad more than two minutes long before the commercial at the end. Go ahead, click over to WND and watch it.

As we always do with the rev’s videos, we dedicate the comments section for your use as an Intellectual Free Fire Zone. You know the rules. Okay, the comments are open. Go for it!

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8 responses to “Rev. David Rives — Science Fiction Is Bunk

  1. There’s an error in just about every sentence he uttered. The video proclaims the man’s lack of intelligence.

  2. No Mary, you have to be quite intelligent to commit that many errors.

  3. For the IFFZ: I remount my hobby horse (with apologies to the long-suffering readers of this excellent blog):

    I have long been fascinated by the conditions which appear to be co-morbid with Creationism (e.g. climate change denialism, anti-vaxxers, etc.), but the WND has reminded me of another related disorder which I find particularly odd, and which appears in the pages of that weird organ as Why Americans should Celebrate the Brexit vote.

    First off, it’s not at all clear to me that many Americans even understand the Brexit vote–though that’s forgivable, as it really doesn’t have a parallel in US politics. So I thought I’d illustrate with an analogy, as follows:

    Suppose that the US replaced the current system of electing the President by getting rid of the primaries (which just cause a lot of in-fighting within each party), removing term limits, and offering a simple ballot with only the following two options:

    [1] I vote for the Current President to remain in office for the next term.
    [2] I vote for a New President to assume office for the next term.

    But there is no indication whatsoever who the New President would be; that is to be worked out later by an unspecified and opaque process from an undisclosed list of candidates

    Presumably, if a majority of folks are displeased by the performance of the Incumbent President, they vote Option 2–the Prexit option–to replace him. But suppose, in an election so conducted and yielding just such a victory (however narrow) for the Prexit Option, the electorate then learns the list of candidates includes Charles Manson–and that some of the people who will make the final choice strongly favour his candidacy.

    But it will be two years before you get the final result…

  4. Davies…LISTEN to MEEeeee! I am right cuz I read a made up book or stone age fairy tales!!!!

  5. But what about “Out of the Silent Planet” or “Perelandra”?

  6. mnbo, only intelligent about parting others from their cash.

  7. Megs, here’s one thumbs up for your Prexit-Brexit analogy. (Actually, right now a Prexit vote sounds like a good idea…)

  8. If I’m an alien, I’m making a bee line to earth to wreak some righteous havoc. 1) You be spoiled my planet with YOUR sin. 2) God saves you but not us who had nothing to do with it. If I’m going to the lake of fire anyway, you’re suffering first.