Darwinists throw their own monster's ball...

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The Lord is not slow about His promise, as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing for any to perish but for all to come to repentance. (2 Peter 3:9)

(Tim) If our Lord tarries, this coming Thursday, February

12th, will be the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth. As her

holy day approaches, Annie Laurie Gaylor of Madison's Freedom from

Religion Foundation is plastering buses and billboards with

intellectual cheesecake for fellow misanthropes. Real creative stuff like, "Imagine No Religion" and "Praise Darwin - Evolve Beyond Belief."

The president of the Skeptics Society (which publishes Skeptic magazine), Michael Shermer, isn't waiting for the holy day to celebrate. He assures fellow homo sapiens

that his cult's high priests have a "pretty good outline" of the origin of

life. But then he goes and spoils it all by saying something stupid

like...

 "we still don't know how it actually started." Yup, that's what he said.

Mr. Shermer continues:

"There

are a half-dozen models you can run with involving amino acids creating

protein chains - the building blocks of life. We still haven't created

life in the test tube, but that is coming soon. And of course, we're

filling in all the details of the history of life through paleontology

and fossils."

In his conclusion, Mr. Shermer demonstrates precisely how far beyond belief he has evolved:

"There is now an inveritable plethora of transitional

fossils, so that's no longer a big issue."

An "inveritable plethora?" Well I suppose--if Mr. Shermer says so.

Still, I wonder if Mr. Shermer's equilibrium hasn't been punctuated once too often?