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This guy is the slickest talking creationist bullshit artist I’ve ever seen.

 
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29 May 2009 03:52
 

This guy is the slickest talking creationist bullshit artist I’ve ever seen. They say you can’t polish a turd, but this guy might be able too…..........

http://drdino.com/media-categories.php

Click on “creation seminars” and then click “Seminar Part 1, the age of the earth”
If you can prove him wrong you get $250,000, LOL!

 
 
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29 May 2009 06:33
 

Yeah, I’de have to say that entire web page is disgusting. What ever happened to “though shall not bear false witness?” Worst part about it, is these people are lying to themselves and either choose to accept that fact or out of their own ignorance don’t even know it…

 
 
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Stones - 29 May 2009 04:33 AM

Yeah, I’de have to say that entire web page is disgusting. What ever happened to “though shall not bear false witness?” Worst part about it, is these people are lying to themselves and either choose to accept that fact or out of their own ignorance don’t even know it…

ANY crime committed in the name of the Lord is okay, evidently. So lying for Jesus is a mere peccadillo.

 
 
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29 May 2009 10:57
 

Interesting I haven’t had time now to watch the whole first video, but he makes quite some statements. I would be interested to see the debates he won against “the people who are smarter than me, because I am right”... Interesting how he laughs and jokes at Mormons, quotes Hitler and alienates Southerners in just the first 10 minutes. The banana spiel already shows how gullible he is anyhow.

 
 
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29 May 2009 12:54
 

honestly, nothing really surprises me anymore with these idiots.

they do have the best argument though, that of having an “invisible product.” Whenever they need it to be, God can be whatever they need him to be. And you have to stand back in awe, at the people who think that is a good argument of any sorts.

 
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29 May 2009 16:53
 

Kent Hovind is a complete tool. Read his Wiki bio and all about his bogus 250,000 challenge.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kent_hovind

 
 
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McCreason - 29 May 2009 02:53 PM

Kent Hovind is a complete tool. Read his Wiki bio and all about his bogus 250,000 challenge.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kent_hovind

Thanks! I wouldn’t have guessed that such a fuckwit would of had a wiki page. I guess if you a big enough fuckwit….................

 
 
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29 May 2009 17:30
 

Kent Hovind has been around for awhile now. I am a little surprised you had not heard about him yet.

 
 
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McCreason - 29 May 2009 03:30 PM

Kent Hovind has been around for awhile now. I am a little surprised you had not heard about him yet.

I’m too busy arguing about the word atheist. smile

 
 
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29 May 2009 19:22
 

That argument is one that never goes away. I am trying to figure out what the exact issue is but….I continually come up a little empty handed. Some people just seem to be scared to death of being pegged dogmatic or opinionated. I think I will ask Kent Hovind what he thinks the word Atheist means!

 
 
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06 June 2009 19:55
 

Is Hovind still in prison for tax fraud?

 
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JMartin589 - 06 June 2009 05:55 PM

Is Hovind still in prison for tax fraud?

Doesn’t matter. He was just patient zero for this particular form of infectious insanity.

 
 
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Stones - 29 May 2009 04:33 AM

Yeah, I’de have to say that entire web page is disgusting.

No Shit! I see that the videos are hosted by Erik Hovind, son of Kent Hovind. Amazing piece of programming on his dad’s part.

Watch the one about “Chicken o saurus”. I live near the Museum of the Rockies where Jack Horner works. His research and the work being done at McGill university is is very real, cutting edge. They are going to be able to “fill in the gaps” by running the tape of evolution back. This kind of research, blending paleontology with developmental and molecular biology is the creationist worst fears. Expect to see some amazing results, very soon.
Though probably not quite this amazing.

Horner’s dream is to walk on stage on The Oprah Winfrey Show with chickenosaurus following him on a leash, but he wants more than fame. A dino-chicken, he writes, “would be shockingly vivid evidence of the reality of evolution… The creature would be its own sound and vision-bite”. It wouldn’t be the first experiment in evolution - we live among uncontrolled examples including microbial response to antibiotics and insect resistance to pesticides - but it would be the first rewinding of evolution, the first time we could watch it happening in reverse.

See http://discovermagazine.com/2009/apr/27-jack-horner.s-plan-bring-dinosaurs-back-to-life

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The mere inclusion of the word science in the Evangelist website would raise an eyebrow to any individual that knows the proper definition of science. And since creationism itself is void of the application of scientific methods, not only is such website misleading but illiterate.

 
 
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Logos-Aletheia - 09 July 2009 05:10 PM

The mere inclusion of the word science in the Evangelist website would raise an eyebrow to any individual that knows the proper definition of science. And since creationism itself is void of the application of scientific methods, not only is such website misleading but illiterate.

Yet my 16 year old nephew sent me this to prove that my belief in science was wrong, otherwise where was my $250,000….......

 
 
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GAD - 09 July 2009 07:33 PM
Logos-Aletheia - 09 July 2009 05:10 PM

The mere inclusion of the word science in the Evangelist website would raise an eyebrow to any individual that knows the proper definition of science. And since creationism itself is void of the application of scientific methods, not only is such website misleading but illiterate.

Yet my 16 year old nephew sent me this to prove that my belief in science was wrong, otherwise where was my $250,000….......

Mmm…I must say that for a 16 year old to go out of his way to look for something that will make his uncle disbelief or prove him otherwise requires a sort of curiosity and inquiry that I yet to have found in any adults in a Georgia town very close to Alabama, well that is expected, but none the less the boy was looking for something… to bad it turned out to be BS, but thats a result that is expected when you go to look for “evidence” of that sort.

 
 
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