It’s all over. It was fun while it lasted, but evolution is finished now. Totally.
It’s all explained in a new post by Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) — the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. You’ll find it at the website of Answers in Genesis (AIG), his creationist ministry. The title is New Book Glass House Shatters Evolutionary Ideas. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
“Those who live in glass houses, shouldn’t throw stones.” This old adage warns people with a fragile worldview not to attack the worldview of others. And this is a good warning for those who hold to evolutionary ideas — it’s a glass house, cracking and ready to shatter. [Gasp!] We’re excited to announce we have a new eye-opening book, edited by Bodie Hodge and me, available for pre-order, Glass House: Shattering the Myth of Evolution. [Link omitted]
Hambo’s link is to his own website. Instead, here’s the book at Amazon. The publisher is Master Books, a name we’ve encountered before, but only in connection with Hambo’s books — see Ken Ham — Self-Published Genius?
Returning to Hambo’s post, he says:
Evolutionists work hard to convince others that their evolutionary worldview is built on rock-solid foundations — that it’s the foundation for biology, and, without it, modern science wouldn’t be possible. But this is merely a distraction from the fact that their house is only made of glass — and that glass is cracking.
Ooooooooooooh! The glass is cracking. He tells us:
There is not one example of technology that has been developed that requires belief in evolution! Evolution is a religion — an attempt by fallible man to explain life and its origin without God.
Egad — he’s right! Your automobile doesn’t run on evolution. Aircraft don’t fly on evolution. Your computer doesn’t use evolution. It’s a religion! Hambo continues:
Throughout Glass House, experts such as Dr. David Menton, Dr. Georgia Purdom, and Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson [AIG’s creation scientists], as well as Bodie Hodge [Hambo’s son-in-law] and me, expose the flaws in common evolutionary arguments such as: the evolutionary horse sequence, chromosome 2 fusion, whale fossils, dinosaur-to-bird evolution, Neanderthals and Homo erectus, and more. This cutting-edge, laymen-level book dismantles evolution argument by argument.
BWAHAHAHAHAHA! The book’s got every creationist clunker in the world. One last excerpt:
Biological evolution is taught as fact in public schools, museums, colleges, and through the media. But it is actually a philosophy — a worldview built on a shaky interpretation of the evidence. For those who are willing to reconsider their assumptions, it is obvious there are major challenges within evolutionary thought.
The rest of his post is promotion for the book, so we’ll let you explore that on your own. What can we say now? Well, it was fun being a Darwinist, but Hambo’s book has put an end to that. There’s nothing left to do but move to Kentucky and buy a lifetime pass to the ark. No doubt you agree, so we’ll see you there.
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