Skip to comments.Darwinism as Religion in a Holy War
Posted on 02/20/2009 2:58:53 PM PST by GodGunsGuts
Darwinism as Religion in a Holy War
Feb 19, 2009 It might be expected that media attention on Darwin would be exceptionally high this month because of his bicentennial, but some of it seems downright religious. The adulation he has been receiving is almost embarrassing sometimes. It is only exceeded by the righteous indignation frequently expressed against intelligent design. In any other context, the fighting words of the Darwinians would be described as hate speech. Here are some recent examples:
1. Shrine to Darwin:...
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"Is there any doubt that Darwinism is a religion? Look at this. We should save the word hysteria for milder situations. Darwinists are beside themselves with euphoria over their bearded Buddha and with rage over anyone who would shine some reality on their religious experiences. While claiming to be champions of truth, they tell lies. While claiming to be victims of harassment, they persecute. While claiming to be naturalists, they steal Christian armaments like truth, morality and righteousness and wield them against those who do not bow down at their shrines."
Any faith based philosophy is religion, to me. These idiot liberal atheists give us conservative atheists a bad name, and lower standards across the USA and the world in the process. Basically, they are very, very unhappy and unfulfilled people. It kind of sucks to be them.
I have no dog in the hunt, but Darwinism pales in comparison to advances in math, physics, and real science. The chemicals and other things that we use to influence health do not give an Obama (new word for worthless tripe) what believe system is held by the recipient.
And, if one decides to believe in creationism, just exactly what jobs will that exclude - besides perhaps some very few university positions? Will it affect a good chemist? Physicist? Physician? Good grief, an idiot faker like Ward Churchill has done far more damage than some creationism preacher.
And yes, I believe in evolution. I simply let the creationists prattle on. I’ve got much better things to do.
It’s a fascist cult of delegitimizing and murdering those perceived as weak. Strangely, those supporting it and delegitimizing the very diverse voices which would make the primordial soup of thoughts work, are those most likely to be selected off most quickly as retards in a bare limited world of their bragged cause.
Can you guess which side of the debate considers people with “no dog in the hunt” as ignorant enemies of science?
It’s a religion in a holy war, but it’s not their religion and not their war.
So the ID proponents want to convince people that religious beliefs belong in science or schools, but they also say that science is a “religious belief” and therefore unacceptable. Isn’t that like shooting yourself in the foot? That’s a rhetorical question.
Creation, evolution, and ID are historical inferences about the unobservable, unrepeatable past. The question is, which historical inference fits the available evidence the best. And as it stands now, the HMS is leaking on all decks and is sinking rapidly...so rapidly, that Even the Evos are starting to abandon ship in search of a new God-denying evolutionary vessel. The HMS Creation and the HMS Design, on the other hand, are in tip-top shape and gearing up to do battle and defeat with the next mindless materialist theory that the Evos will most assuredly erect in their vain effort to hide their faces from the living God.
Oh, I get it, it’s a quadruped fish. What’s the name of this species?
Funny you would post this religious symbol, with Darwin on it, to this particular thread. Are you being facetious?
Are there any other religious symbols getting the Darwin treatment, or is it strictly targeted at Christians?
So many questions.
The Darwinists have been able to frame the debate as the Bible vs. science when, in fact, it's the Bible vs. Darwinism, a religion with its god, saints, and relics, driving spirit and holy writ.
Darwinism has its own narrative of history to explain man's place in the universe that has no need of a God that we might be accountable to.
I completely agree. But creationists are waking up to this fact en masse, as is evidenced by many of the articles I post. Now, if we can just get YEC, OEC and IDers to put asside there differences to hasten the demise of neo-Darwinism, all will be well with the world of origins...that is, until the next God-denying evolutionary theory comes down the pike.
There is no debate. There is scientific truth and dogmatic irrational belief
==There is scientific truth and dogmatic irrational belief
That’s why the Temple of Darwinian Materialism needs to be exposed for the religion it is, and forced to compete against rival theories of origins in the free market of scientific ideas. Let’s face it, the HMS Beagle is already in the process of sinking. Even the Evos are starting to call for the funeral of Darwin’s fanciful creation myth so that “evolution might live.” However, if the unconstitutional government and court supports are knocked out from underneath the Temple of Darwin, the HMS Beagle will sink faster than the lead weights the Mob uses to send their victims to watery graves.
Dogmatic irrational belief is a very good description of Darwinism, thanks!
But really, what are “scientific truths”? And what scientist speaks of finding “truth”?
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