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Creationism: what has it done for us lately?
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Submitted By doctorofscience on 10/11/06
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Recently it occurred to me that modern creationism (creationism since the publishing of Origin of the Species) doesn't really have much to show for itself. Here's a simple challenge for any creationist or IDiot out there:
 
1) Name even one single positive result (scientific breakthrough/advance, etc) that can attributed to "creation science" or that came about as a direct result of it.
 
2) Give an example of  even a single piece of non-scriptural evidence in *favour* of creationism.
 
3) And, for bonus points, give an example of even a single person who has been persuaded by creation science, and who isn't a religious fundamentalist of some sort.
 
(I'm sure ronnie will be along any minute now to spam his standard copypasta...)

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Re: Creationism: what has it done for us lately?
1 day - 2,617v
Posted 2010/11/07 - 4:19 GMT
why should we even bother considering the challenge of a liar like you a person who displays his name as a 'doctor of science' after you told us that you really weren't? U already said, quote: Of course, given that I haven't ever claimed to be a scientist (or a doctor) here. http://forum.freehovind.com/view-8505 is it maybe because evolutionists will try to lead us into endless debate? yes and they will more often than not succeed! They will always, almost without exception, get the last word. They will be relentless. This is all part of getting you to waste your time, which the spiritual enemy just loves to see you do (the evolutionist person does not necessarily love that they waste your time, many are probably unaware of the demonic influence on them).evolutionists believe what they do despite any evidence presented to them. They are firmly committed to a worldview that removes accountability. Without exception, I have found that the committed evolutionist activist is always, I mean always, socially liberal. This ubiquitous connection overwhelmingly establishes the fact that you will likely never convince them, because it is not evidence but worldview that drives them; they simply do not want to be convinced
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Re: Creationism: what has it done for us lately?
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Posted 2010/11/07 - 14:52 GMT
why should we even bother considering the challenge of a liar like you
 
Well, if nothing else, your excuses for weaseling out of debate are "evolving".
 
a person who displays his name as a 'doctor of science' after you told us that you really weren't?
 
So were you absent that day, back in 9th grade English class, when your teacher explained what a "pseudonym" is?
 
U already said, quote: Of course, given that I haven't ever claimed to be a scientist (or a doctor)
 
Wow, and you STILL haven't managed to grasp that the joke is on you... I was almost ready to spell it out for you, but your antics are just too damn'd entertaining. I think I'll let you flail around for a few more months.
 
here. http://forum.freehovind.com/view-8505
 
How long have you been here, ronnie? You'd think by now that you would have figured out how to add a link to a post - here, let me fix that for you:
 
 
is it maybe because evolutionists will try to lead us into endless debate
 
Thank you for proving my point so quickly. You really do make this entirely too easy, ronnie.
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Re: Creationism: what has it done for us lately?
5 days - 8,142v
Posted 2010/11/08 - 14:36 GMT
"why should we even bother considering the challenge of a liar like you a person who displays his name as a 'doctor of science' after you told us that you really weren't?"
 
get over your ad hominem and answer the challange.
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Re: Creationism: what has it done for us lately?
1 day - 1,877v
Posted 2010/11/09 - 4:50 GMT
How many times are you going to post THIS SAME TEXT RON!  Seriously this has gotten to the point of idiotic!  Tell you what, if you do come up with some origional thought drop by my forum again.  YOU WILL NOT BE CENSORED!  That's right, free exchange of ideas on the Fayetteville Free Thinkers forum. http://fayfreethinkers.com/
 
We would love to hear what you have to say.  Tell me again how Boyle's law is 60 times more powerful than gravity!  I can't wait.  But I will be waiting forever won't I... because you are not only an idiot devoid of any moral character, you are also a coward.  You just post your little block of text and scamper away back to your corner of the internet where you are free to play god.
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Re: Creationism: what has it done for us lately?
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Posted 2010/11/09 - 13:08 GMT
You know the greatest irony?....posting that block of text repeatedly would get someone banned from your forum!
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Re: Creationism: what has it done for us lately?
1 hour - 169v
Posted 2010/11/13 - 15:25 GMT
Nice...Ron will try to lead you into endless debate, and he will more often than not succeed! He will always, almost without exception, get the last word. He will be relentless. This is all part of getting you to waste your time, which the spiritual idiot just loves to see you do (the evangelical person does not necessarily love that they waste your time, many are probably unaware of the detrimental influence on them).  Ron believes what he does despite any evidence presented to him. He is firmly committed to a worldview that removes accountability. Without exception, I have found that the committed creationist activist is always, I mean always, socially conservative. This ubiquitous connection overwhelmingly establishes the fact that you will likely never convince him, because it is not evidence but worldview that drives him; He simply does not want to be convinced"
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Re: Creationism: what has it done for us lately?
3 days - 4,645v
Posted 2010/11/14 - 18:29 GMT
So, does this lack of any meaningful response from our resident creationist(s) mean they can't think of even a single useful contribution that creation science/creationism has made since Darwin was first published?  Not even a single userfu critique of evolutionary theory?
 
That's just sad. Hell, I can think of one positive thing that creationism lead to, albeit indirectly: it helped get Kent Hovind off the streets.


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