From: Jonathan Clarke <email@example.com>
> Interesting comment, I'll think about that as I clean wax from my ear with
> big toe... Ah, that's better.
> Perhaps I could do a double act with Glenn, he admitted to having reddish
> to his hair.
> We would really ham it up, enough to make people go ape.
> Michael Roberts wrote:
> > Definitely Jon cos his facial hair prooves simian descent .
> > Headline will be "Anthropid J Clarke convinces Ken Ham of evolution.
Typical "Ad hominen" What else should one expect from the American
And, If I met Morton's son somewhere, unless he said, "Hi, I'm Glenn
Morton's son" I wouldn't know him from Neanderthal either.
The problem is just as Mortenson says. Glenn has uncritically accepted the
foundational assumptions of naturalism and all it's associated corollaries
that are the antithesis to sound Biblical thinking. As a result he must
reinterpret the Bible within that atheistic concept. So obviously there was
no Flood and all life forms evolved from single cells, and genetic
information is purely randomly generated.
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