Re: Darkness spreads over Kansas

Susan B (
Fri, 13 Aug 1999 21:29:13 -0500 (CDT)

>>And I don't believe that any falsehood should be tolerated. Especially
>>falsehood in the name of God.

>Nothing disgusts me more than evolutionists who call anyone who disagrees
>with them "liars", which the term "falsehood" implies.

I too have caught creationists in out and out lies. What does one do in that
instance? It doesn't happen very often, but it *does* happen. Sometimes they
are repeating lies told to them by people they should have been able to
trust. Henry Morris's misrepresentation of the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics
leaps to mind. He's an engineer. He knows how Newton's laws really work and
chooses to lie about that one because it advances his creationist agenda and
he knows his fundamentalist Christian audience is unsophisticated enough not
to catch him at it.. Frankly I don't hold lies like that against anyone but
the original teller.

I *does* happen. So what do you do? What would YOU do if you caught an
evolutionist telling an out and out lie? Keep silent? If so, why?

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--Martin Luther King, Jr.
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