Great.....ABC jumped on the wagon tonight. So now lets push the fact that to believe in Jesus you have to be a Creationist....because I am an evolutionist I do not believe in God (excuse me, how does that work! WTF??)....and T. rex was a vegetarian. Sure, and I am a vegetarian too.
During Private Museum Tours, Denver Children Learn About Creationism
By BRIAN ROONEY and MELIA PATRIA March 19, 2008
Standing in the lobby of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Bill Jack and Rusty Carter pointed to the enormous teeth on the reproduced skeleton of a Tyrannosaurs Rex, and told a group of children and their parents that the fearsome T-Rex was really a vegetarian.
They said the T-Rex was vegetarian because at the time of the Creation, there was no such thing as death, so a T-Rex could not have eaten meat. There was no death until Adam and Eve ate forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge, they continued, and God's revenge was to curse the world with death.
Jack asked, "If this creature was designed to eat meat from the very start, what would he have to do until Adam and Eve sinned and death entered the world? What would he have to do?" The children replied in chorus, "Starve."
"Fast and pray for The Fall. Is that likely?" Jack asked. "The answer is, everyone look at me and say, 'No.' Try that with me.'"
"No!" the children replied.
Read on if you dare....
Anyone who knows me well knows that I was brought up in a very Southern Baptist home (my dad is still a pastor) and I was taught this stuff (Creationism ) early on too. As I got older I was able to look around and see what is in front of me and make my own decisions as to how things happened. No one brain washed me. No one tried to convert me. Heck, I don't think I ever even heard the word 'evolution' till I was in middle school. I did it all on my own just by looking at the earth around me and saying "how can this be." I hope those kids will do the same someday and stop following the herd. Way to go Kurt Johnson, btw, for presenting the other side.
If I was curator at that place, I'd throw 'em out and not allow tours like this to happen again! I don't know why they allow such people to insinuate themselves into such a prestigious place just to poison and mentally abuse the minds of children with such stupid lies!
They charge $5 a head too!
"We believe Jesus is our designer and our creator of everything that was ever made,"
...I read on, and now I'm pissed and drinking b/c of it...
I'm surprised these guys would make that kind of mistake in front of the media. But whatever. And I don't believe those polls for a second. I've taught several labs on evolution now and I get no issues and mainly interest. And I'm pretty much smack dab in the bible belt.
I even had a beer tonight with a Southern Baptist who sends her kid to a Baptist private school here. Quote, "I just don't understand why people can believe that the Earth is 6000 years old"
I hear you! I just do not get how people can think the earth is that young. Literalist.
I got a kick out of this:
Don't watch the video(b/c I assume you've seen it) read the comments replies to "God is the creator"
LOL. That is funny. And sad. If you click on the God persons name you will see their favorite videos are all war relates - "God wants us to be at war against the muslim hethins" *rolls eyes*
I have seen that video before, its actually not to bad.
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