Mike Riddle, brother to Tom, also known as Lord Voldemort.
And Mike probably believes magic is real, too.
'Evolutionists' are wrong, because they rely on an assumption. We know this by relying on the assumption that the Bible is true.
Maybe people saw dragons. Maybe the dragons were actually dinosaurs. So that proves that man has seen dinosaurs.
As Jesus says, if you can't trust the literal account of Genesis, why would you ever believe he lived and was resurrected? So the choices are to believe in a young, flat earth surrounded by a dome in which the Flintstones was non-fiction, or accept that it's all a crock.
Why do they think it's okay to lie for the lord? I mean you have the patented Duane Gish shuffle - where you simply utter gibberish to try to confuse your audience when they know you are wrong or try to stump you with a question. I've also heard from many ex-creationists that because the money to be made is so good, that they will often lie and know they are lying just to get more money and speaking gigs. Sometimes I wonder if they really believe this or not.
In this video I lost count at how many lies he said. He said dinosaurs were above the KT boundary. He said there were no transitional fossils. He even said the biblical reference to behemoth was a dinosaur, when dinosaurs didn't have navels.
These people are hopeless.
You say that like it's a good thing:
Yeah, that's a really loaded URL, but it cites its sources. Tl;dr, if you're lying by spinning a yarn to keep the flock in line with the church, then that's a-ok, and it's been done for centuries.
It's done nearly every Sunday. Sermons make up shit whole cloth, especially around Christmastime. If I'm at my stepmother's house on the proper Sunday around December 25th, I get dragged to their holiday services. The amount of made-up stuff about their own made-up stuff is astounding. They had a play with a guy making nativities to order on the NIGHT OF CHRIST'S SUPPOSED BIRTH.
It helps that their usual made-up religious hokum is usually hilarious (like "I met a Satanist in a diner and turned him to Jee-zuss, thanks to a miraculous cherry pie!"), but it shows they really don't give a rat's ass about lying to scare/motivate their audience.
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