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Category Archive: creationism

Aug 26 2011

38 Percent

Some say God used evolution As His “how it’s done” solution, As a way that they can reconcile the two opposing views But that reconciliation Lives in pure imagination It’s a compromise that’s simply not available to choose Middle ground, which they’re demanding Shows a lack of understanding Intervention means the process wasn’t natural at …

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Aug 25 2011

The Politics Of Religious Identity

The majority of Christians have no beef with evolution; They are perfectly accepting of the facts. They may say, “it’s how God did it”; it’s an elegant solution, And it’s how the sane majority reacts. But it puzzles me immensely that so many are aligning With the anti-science faction on their fringe Who use Genesis …

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Aug 22 2011

Understanding Fail

Via the Digital International Atheists Group (@DIAGroup on twitter), a letter from Don Boys. I’m sure it’s only a matter of time until PZ posts it in comic sans, but I’m going to use it here as a reason to post an old favorite. First, the letter: Tell us that you do or do not …

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Aug 11 2011

Double Standards

I’ve examined evolution, and I think I understand Though the evidence is shaky, still I think the theory’s grand But it’s only just a theory, so it’s only just a start And an open-minded person should try picking it apart. No belief without a reason! Give me proof of what you claim! And the more …

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Aug 07 2011

I Got Yer “Edgy Re-Telling” Right Here

PZ tells us of the plan for a new, “edgy re-telling” of the Noachian flood. It’s as good an excuse as any to repost the edgy re-imagining of a day at the Creationist Theme Park. Our day at the park Having fun on the ark Will begin as we stroll up the ramp With the …

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Apr 10 2010

Creationists? What Creationists?

The NSF found a solutionTo a culture that shuns evolution:We think it is bestThat the national testMake a critical, small substitution— Since creationists find it offensiveWe are more than a bit apprehensive—So we think, if you please,It is best to appease(Besides, lawsuits get rather expensive!) Sure, it may be the coward’s way outBut religion, it …

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Jan 04 2009

Ruloff Shows He Really Does Understand Hitler

An in-depth interview in the Vancouver Sun shows just what an unapologetic liar and propagandist the producer of Expelled is. His research on the methods of the Nazis brings to mind a Greek saying a friend of mine once told me: “I’m listening to your words, but I’m watching your feet”. Walt Ruloff’s words, as …

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Dec 30 2008

The Digital Pack-Rat, Vol. 8

Evangelists were happy for the economic downturn–it drives people to religion! Gee, it’s almost like their god makes people miserable so that they can turn to… him for help? It’s nice sometimes, to pray for GodTo intervene and save us;So gather all together andSing praises to His name!It’s nice to be reminded byThese troubles that …

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Apr 18 2008

I Am The Very Model Of A Devious Creationist

Ok, this is what comes of being just a bit too obsessive. On this thread over at pharyngula, is copious evidence that PZ’s commenters are a talented bunch! (Go ahead, look–you know you want to!) But somebody asked where I was, and long story short, my brain now hurts from putting the following together. (on …

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Mar 25 2008

Expelled: The Ballad

Come gather round people, I’ll sing you the taleIt’s bigger by far than a land-dwelling whaleCompared to it, stories from Shakespeare will paleIt’s glitter, and glamour, and glory,More drama than all the last season of Maury It all started out with a promising planWith two different views of the journey of ManAnd so nice and …

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