Is it my imagination, or is the evolutionary propaganda machine going into overdrive? We keep seeing assertions based on blind faith presented as if they were actual science, claims that evolution must be true because of the Creator's "poor design", and more.
Similarly, "junk" DNA was labeled as junk because they sampled some of it, didn't know what it was, and assumed it was left over from our alleged evolutionary past. Then they were humiliated when real science was done and the junk DNA concept got pitched down an abandoned mine shaft.
We get that they interpret evidence through their biases (we all do it), and they present it in the same way, even though they're in error, or even indulging in deception. People believe this nonsense because it's what "scientists say". Also, they believe it because evidence for creation is actively suppressed, so they have less opportunity to find out the truth about evolution unless they start to question it and begin searching for answers.
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Some of these sidewinders are actively lying. That's right, I said it! My conclusion is that people who should know better and know how to do research are not doing so because they are agenda-driven to promote the false gospel of Darwinism. It's not a difficult conclusion to reach, since there are many frauds in evolutionism.
A very popular short video claimed that we can see evolution in our own bodies. It relied on the false, outdated, discredited "science" invoking "vestigial structures", and also that humans have tails. (Interestingly, this video by Creation Ministries International about "human tails" was released several weeks before the evolutionary propaganda video was released.) Answers in Genesis refuted this video, see "Is There Really 'Proof of Evolution . . . on Your Body'"?
Speaking of Answers in Genesis, Kenneth Keathley played fast and loose with definitions of words, doing the old equivocation bait 'n' switch. He actually claimed that Ken Ham believes in macroevolution because Ham, along with other creationists, accepts speciation. (The author of the following article is generous to Keathley, but I say Keathley is dishonest.) To see replies to his claims, click on "Does Ken Ham Embrace Evolution?" and "A Follow-up Response to Professor Keathley’s Erroneous Claims". EDIT 12 April 2016: Creation Ministries International joined in, which supports my remark that Keathley is being dishonest.
I suspicion that the hands at the Darwin Ranch are getting mighty agitated because the truth of creation science is making significant headway. Don't just listen to what "scientists say", but do some critical thinking and examine the evidence, see what is true, what is false, and what is agenda-driven fakery misrepresenting both science and God's Word. The truth is found in God's written Word, not the ever-changing of man-made science philosophies.
More entries in the #liar4darwin category, where blatant misrepresentation and outright dishonesty about creation science, the Bible, and science itself are going into overdrive.