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Barton’s Child Speaks Like a Child

Did you know David Barton has a son? I didn’t either. But he’s a chip off the old blockhead and he’s being groomed to take over the family business of spewing lies and stupidity. Filling in for dear ol’ dad on his radio show, Tim Barton had this to say:

This should be something that any child – not that we want a child to look at nature and see this, necessarily – but even a child can look and see some things work and some things don’t work. God made bodies and parts certain ways and the reality is that everything that God did, when you go back to Genesis from creation, everything that God did produced life. And if you want a good measuring stick of if something is from God or is not, measure the way it works.

Jesus said in Matthew 7, judge the fruit, look at what it produces. And everything that God did in Genesis, it produced life. If you just look at the reproductive system that God made, that God established, it produces life and that’s how you know it’s right.

And so, for the homosexuals, what they do can never produce life and that’s how you know it’s not from God. Even a child can look and see that’s not the way God intended it.

Everything that God did in Genesis “produced life.” I mean, if you ignore that story about how he drowned the entire human race and most of the animals with it. That produced death on a scale never before seen. Details, details.

Comments

  1. Doug Little says

    Such a simplistic view I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt seeing as I didn’t know his age. Then I looked it up.

  2. thomasmorris says

    If I suggested genetics or biochemical imbalances were responsible, you would laugh. Little jihadistsChristianists are created when, from an early age, they are continually indoctrinated, intimidated, degraded, rewarded, tempted, lied to, punished, threatened and praised (for reinforcement) – until their little developing minds and emotions are not their own anymore. They have a new implanted identity, very different from the one they were born with.

  3. Sastra says

    And if you want a good measuring stick of if something is from God or is not, measure the way it works.

    Since God created everything, then I guess we’re living in the best of all possible worlds, perfect in every way.

    Really, their Omnipotent and Omniscient Creator keeps running into their Thwarted and Frustrated Leader. Pick a horse and ride it, Timmy.

  4. karmacat says

    “God made bodies and parts certain ways….” Tell that to my gall bladder, which has decided to have a bunch of stones in it. Tell it to someone has appendicitis. There are a body parts that we don’t need and sometimes cause problems. But of course, these people will tell me it must be my evil ways causing gall stones. If really were evil, I would be giving them gall stones….

  5. says

    “God made bodies and parts certain ways….” Tell that to my gall bladder, which has decided to have a bunch of stones in it. Tell it to someone has appendicitis. There are a body parts that we don’t need and sometimes cause problems. But of course, these people will tell me it must be my evil ways causing gall stones. If really were evil, I would be giving them gall stones….

    And tell it to my jury-rigged quadruped spine. I have scoliosis that necessitated fusing vertebrae and inserting metal rods. Now, a decade later, the one remaining flexible region has been giving me the occasional herniated disc. I suspect I will be having considerable fun when I grow old.

    Also, tell my eyes. I’ve got the standard mammalian (Or tetrapodal? Or chordate?) manufacturing defect of having my retinal blood vessels on the wrong side of the light-sensitive surface plus I’ve developed my own severe nearsightedness that’s decided to branch out into minor astigmatism.

    Thank humankind for the medical profession and glasses. I’d hate to imagine what it’d be like if I stuck with my body’s default settings. It’s not like I have a warranty to void.

  6. kantalope says

    Look at all the life created by small pox. And polio and any of a host of other horrible diseases.

  7. uzza says

    “God made bodies and parts certain ways….”

    For example, He made the clitoris and prostate to yield orgasms, and He made the prostate inaccessible inside the rectum, and yet the penis of just the right size and length to reach it, and He made the clitoris, safely out of the way of penises, and yet readily accessible to tongues or hands, and He put the hands on arms just long enough to reach the genitals, so that even a child can look and see what God intended, with his Intelligent Design.

  8. cptdoom says

    So God did not create intersex people, who typically cannot reproduce? What about women born without uteri? Are they still human?

  9. had3 says

    I thought it was the serpent who created life. Prior to expulsion from Eden there was no reproduction because there was no death; unless god intended for us to be expelled…That Bastard, he killed Kenny!

  10. caseloweraz says

    Tim Barton: And if you want a good measuring stick of if something is from God or is not, measure the way it works.

    OK: the malaria parasite. It’s quite good at reproducing. Isn’t that something from God?

    Oh, wait; I forgot — Rachel Carson brought malaria into the world just so she could kill millions.

    /snark

  11. freehand says

    So when Paul of Tarsus said that “It is good to marry, but it is better not to” he was rejecting God’s desires?

    Perhaps he was giving advice on adultery…

  12. says

    If you just look at the reproductive system that God made, that God established, it produces life and that’s how you know it’s right.

    Yeah, that stork is a true marvel.

    I wonder what will happen to poor little Tim’s head when he learns how the reproductive system actually works. At age 20 or so.

  13. hunter says

    “. . . when you go back to Genesis from creation, everything that God did produced life.”

    After he went back and fixed it — his first try at humanity only produced ennui.

  14. says

    I checked Little Timmy’s bio on his daddy’s site, Wallbuilders, and he is actually an adult and is married. He only writes and thinks like a ten-year-old.
    It mentions that he majored in Business Administration and minored in Bible Studies but it doesn’t mention the name of the school he went to. It does say that he was a basketball camp coach at Duke. You would think that they would brag about it if he actually graduated from Duke.

  15. Ichthyic says

    “everything that God did produced life.”

    Except, you know, all the killing…

    oh no, see, all that slaughter was just the fertilizer for new life, you see?

    all good.

    :P

  16. Ichthyic says

    Rachel Carson brought malaria into the world just so she could kill millions.

    what’s the source of that one?

    Is that one of Barton’s?

  17. Ichthyic says

    And so, for the homosexuals, what they do can never produce life

    and you, you fucking idiot, could never actually CARE about life.

    It’s like he thinks homosexuals have lost their gonads or something.

    …or even if the chose not to utilize them, couldn’t adopt.

    It’s sad that little Timmy was abused as a child by his father. Charges should be filed on his behalf by those who really care about life.

  18. Ichthyic says

    That produced death on a scale never before seen.

    fortunately not ever seen, since it never happened, just like everything else in those old stories.

    we can safely ignore all of it, at least from a knowledge standpoint.

  19. caseloweraz says

    Ichthyic: what’s the source of that one?

    Is that one of Barton’s?

    No, as far as I know no one ever claimed Rachel Carson created malaria. I have to cop to that part. It was due to frustration, partly from the government shutdown, partly from reading a book by Edward Luce.

    But a number of people claim that Carson was responsible for the ban on DDT, and that the ban caused millions of deaths.

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