While I’m going through Crosstalks, yanking audio, it’s worthwhile posting a few of the latest of the Back To Genesis series from The Institute For Creation Research. Their tag line is “Biblical. Accurate. Certain.”
That’s one of those words that I use when I’m sure of something.
“I’m certain that I chanted ‘Hail Chucky’ three times before I put the chicken foot on my head….didn’t I?”
I don’t mean to get into my personal life.
I really wish they would podcast this series. Instead, they stick it in at the 20min break of Crosstalk so you have to edit them into their own file. Perhaps that’s the point. If the rest of the nation heard what utter foolishness Creation “scientists” try to pawn off as fact, the series would shoot to number one on the comedy podcast list.
Lately, they’ve switched from talking about earthly matters such as how man couldn’t have come from monkeys
And proving that Noah’s Ark could have held two of everything
BTW, BTG can’t even stay consistent within itself. “Dozens of horses”? Um. You’d only need two, right?
To heavenly matters such as solar eclipses
And how there is no fucking way that Jesus will walk on the Moon.
I wouldn’t go so far as to say they’ve jumped the shark, but they’re certainly running out of material. As my friend, Kevin Harrington, pointed out, “It’s kinda like they’re saying ‘here’s a bunch of information and, btw, God made the world.”
And, because I can’t seem to stop, here’s one of my top three
See, the Bible is the inerrant word of God, right? It’s the history of the world and how God made it. So, just because God spends entire chapters on on geneology and sacrifices made unto doesn’t mean that everything is in there. Just because it doesn’t talk about Noah sub-contracting some of the ark construction to outside firms doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.
Neither do I.