Atlaw is being deliberately disingenuous. He is so consumed by hatred for biblical creationists that he will do anything, no matter how sick, no matter how twisted, no matter how morally repugnant...to include falsely linking Christians to Islamist Terrorists..
This all began, when atlaw falsely tried to imply that the Muslim creationist, Harun Yahya , is somehow my mentor.
I replied to this unfounded accusation with the following:
I worship Jesus Christ, the Creator of the Universe and everything in it. However, I would be remiss if I didnt point out that Harun Yahya et al are performing a wonderful service re: the War on Terror. When Muslims become creationists, they tend to openly and publicly denounce terror carried out in the name of Islam. As such, the more Muslims who become creationists (even if its of the Muslim variety) the more that helps the US and its allies in the War on Terror. It also increases the likelihood that many of those same Muslims will become Christians, for they will find that the first Creationists-proper were all BIBLICAL creationists. Once they realize that their creationist ideas came from Christendom, this will cause many of them to pause and compare the Quran to the Bible. Once they realize that the Quran is inferior to the Bible, some of those very same seekers will come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. As such, many souls will be saved, and it will help us win hearts and minds in the War on Terror even more once they realize the Jews are Gods chosen people (and doubly so once they realize that their Lord and Savior was born a Jew!).
Atlaw, who behaves just like a slimy lawyer, ignores my reply above and pretends like I just admitted that Im on the payroll for Harun Yahya!:
Still pushing this little lie for Mr. Yahya, eh GGG? Well, I guess you don't want to piss off the guy who's paying your bills.
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2218326/posts?page=36#31 I would also like to show how Mr. Lawyer deliberately takes my quotes out of context in order to smear me, and gain unfair advantage for his materialist, anti-creationist agenda. For instance Mr. Lawyer takes quotes from two different replies and fuses them together to make it look like I am saying something I am not. Here is how Mr. Lawyer quotes me:
Actually, the majority of radical Islamist terrorists despise creation, and are materialist to the core. . . . All of them are hardcore Commie-Materialists who worship at the alter of evolutionary materialism . . .
The first part is accurate. I truly believe that the majority of radical Islamist terrorists despise creation, are primarily politically motivated, and are materialist (and nihilist) to the core. However, Mr. Lawyer snatched the second part of the quote was from a TOTALLY DIFFERENT REPLY, and is trying to deliberately deceive the reader into believing that they both dealt with the same subject. In reality, the second part of the quote that Mr. Lawyer took out of context was in response to specific question directed at me from Mr. Lawyer:
Please, name these mysterious, materialist, non-radically-religous and non-creationist Islamic radicals, GGG.
All of them are hardcore Commie-Materialists who worship at the alter of evolutionary materialism) was specifically referring to a list of Islamo-Commie terrorists and terrorist groups going all the way back to the Islamic Marxist movement that was started by the Bolsheviks in 1916. In that same reply, I spoke of the Commie-Terrorist roots of the PLO, how Bin Ladens right hand man, Ayman al-Zawahiri, is a known KGB agent, and finally how a study found that the majority of Lebanese Hezbollah suicide bombers turned out to be secular Communists and socialists. I was referring to these specific terrorists when I said All of them are hardcore Commie-Materialists who worship at the alter of evolutionary materialism.
In the end, whether you agree with me or disagree with me, it is clear that Mr. Lawyer is willing to engage in slimy, dishonest, slanderous and disruptive behavior in the service of his agenda to discredit Christian creationists.
(There is a sharp difference between these Turkish creationists, who in my experience have dressed in 3-pc. business suits and are impeccable in their behavior, and the Islamist fanatics we are so rightly concerned about in other contexts.)
Anyway, the idea that Christian creationists are taking marching orders or even are much influenced by Islamic creationists is just silly. Most Christian creationists are not even aware of their Islamic counterparts, who are clearly getting their ideas from the larger and better established Christian organizations, not vice versa. Atlaw is pushing a rather ridiculous and untenable line of reasoning, and I think the average reader will perceive that easily enough just based on simple logic and common knowledge of the creation/evolution topography.
LOL. SOME of the Mormons on the other threads argue the exact same way.
Atlaw and his ilk are at the end of their rope. - There is nothing really left of the TOE, and they have run out of plausible misdirection to feed to the news media while they swim in circles in their lifeless swamp searching for a new beginning.
There are no lengths to which a Christian hater will not go to discredit Christianity or creationism.
It says way more about him than it does about you.
Anyone with a lick of sense can see right through that tactic.
Don’t sweat it. When they resort to attacks like that, you know that they’ve reached the end of anything reasonable or intelligent that they have to say on the subject.
Those kind of attacks I consider as water on a duck’s back. It fairly well demonstrates your opponent’s lack of intellectual ammunition, commonly known as pissant.
Thats pretty much all they have.