The Evolution Cruncher

My advisor, Wyatt Anderson, got The Evolution Cruncher in his mailbox today, complements of the North Dakota Bible Society.

I am sad that any trees had to be cut down to print 900+ pages of crap.

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Posted by Sever Olson on May 16, 2004 2:33 AM

Did you read it?

I’ll bet you didn’t form the thoughts you ardently hold today by skimming through textbooks in a matter of minutes, with a clear intent to disbelieve whatever they say.

Give openmindedness a shot.

Posted by Reed on May 16, 2004 3:08 AM

I read enough to realize that it was the same ole creationist arguments that get recycled time after time.

I am open minded. Find me a single scientific article in a mainstream scientific journal that “crunches” evolution, and I will evaluate it.

Posted by Daniel Morgan on December 10, 2005 5:19 PM

A friend of mine from the creation-evolution forums, Matt Ford, is systematically debunking on Pooflingers Anonymous the hideous brain child of Vance Ferrell.

You gotta see it.