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  1. John Pieret says

    the website of the Christian Broadcasting Network that he owns has more than one article on it supporting young earth creationism and calling any other position a heresy.

    The last thing on Pat’s mind is consistency.

  2. anubisprime says

    These theist blowhards are invariably more confused then a hound dawg with two dicks!

    ““Why, sometimes they believe as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

  3. Artor says

    Duh, of COURSE the world is older than 6,000 years! It’s actually 6,145 years old! Any fool can see that!

  4. busterggi says

    Robertson believes inboth YEC and OEC – why he still has four open slots for unbelievable things!

  5. says

    Everytime I see articles about Pat’s supposed wisdomly advice I become more convinced that he has probably never been a believer. Ken Ham has rebutted Pat’s remarks so there is some internecine activity going on that really gives new meaning to “arguing over nothing.” His latest has him advising a woman not to accept her lesbian niece because that would make her an enabler. Pitifully absurd.

  6. Synfandel says

    There’s no inconsistency here. Pat is just saying that the Christian Broadcasting Network is deaf, dumb, and blind.

  7. Reginald Selkirk says

    Remember the Pink Floyd album A Momentary Lapse of Reason?

    Of course not. If you can remember it, you probably listened to it without proper preparation.

  8. Trebuchet says

    Meh, a stopped clock is still right twice a day.

    Ol’ Pat’s clock has been stopped for quite a while now.

  9. dogfightwithdogma says

    In defending the Old Earth Creationist position, Robertson gets a lot of science all wrong. For example, a solar day is the time it takes the Sun to make one trip around the galaxy? I got a good laugh out of that one. But seriously, his remarks are just another representation of the abysmal state of scientific knowledge and understanding among Christians who cling to their Bible the way Robertson and Ham do.

  10. D. C. Sessions says

    Meh, a stopped clock is still right twice a day.

    Pat’s got what’s left of his mind (what there ever had of one) on longer timescales. How often is a calendar right?

  11. dingojack says

    “[Robertson] … did so again on the 700 Club this week, saying that you have to be “deaf, dumb and blind” to believe that the earth is only 6000 years old.”

    FIFY

    Dingo

  12. peterh says

    Stopped clock fallacy:

    That the clock is correct twice a day is assured, but since the clock is stopped, one never knows when those two times roll around.

  13. says

    He did so again on the 700 Club this week, saying that you have to be “deaf, dumb and blind” to believe that the earth is only 6000 years old.

    To which the YECs probably replied, “Yes, we’re doing what we have to do. Aren’t you?”

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