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Saturday, February 08, 2014

After the Ken Ham - Bill Nye Debate, Bad News in the Bunker

Although atheists are screaming, "Victory!", reality is unpleasant for them. The debate had mixed reviews, and even some atheists said it was bad. 

Not because of evidence, since Nye brought up material that had been dealt with long ago by creationists and he would have known that if he had bothered to do his homework. Not because of logic, because Ken Ham was straightforward about his worldview and reasoned properly, and Bill Nye used numerous logical fallacies. Not because of demeanor, Ham was gracious throughout and Nye was basically civil (although demeaning and contemptuous). But the main problem was the format for the debate, and the fact that the title of it was putting Ham on the defensive: "Is creation a viable model of origins in today's modern scientific era?" How about, "Defending evolution despite modern science" for Nye?

This has been a hot time for creation science. At the end of 2013, a Pew poll showed that atheistic evolution had not gained as much ground as the atheists would like. There is a movie in the works about the real Noah, not the Hollyweird version. Creation Sunday is countering Zimmerman's call to apostasy with his misleading "Clergy Letter Project". Question Evolution Day is February 12. So people are really checking out the truth of creation science, and not just what they've been told to think by atheopath sites and evolutionist propaganda mills.

After this video, there is a song I'm dedicating to Bill Nye, by the 77s.



He's the high priest of the future
Controlled experiments are his specialty
Sewing up questions with mental sutures
Trying to make some sense out of reality

A renaissance man
Tearing himself from The Rock
Renaissance man
Tearing himself from The Rock

It's from "star stuff" that he's made
It's the cosmos that gave him life
How does that help him feed the poor
How does that help him love his wife

Tell me, renaissance man
Tearing himself from The Rock
Renaissance man
Tearing himself from The Rock

He's cast away all thoughts of heaven
His science is full of preconceptions
His answers make me ask more questions
How many can wait on evolution?

Tell me, renaissance man!
Tearing himself from The Rock
Renaissance man
Tearing himself from The Rock

He needs to live
On the sides of the north
In the city of reformation
That's where he'll find his life

Renaissance man
Tearing himself from The Rock
Renaissance man
Tearing himself from The Rock



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