Dispatches from the Creation Wars

This time it’s about his false claims about George Washington. For the 8 people who actually care about our ongoing project to debunk the nonsense about the founding fathers that is produced in astounding volumes by the religious right, this post is worth reading.

Comments

  1. #1 Jim Anderson
    July 9, 2006

    Count me in as one of the eight. Does Rowe have a book deal lined up?

  2. #2 dogmeatIB
    July 9, 2006

    If I’m not one of the 8, add me in as #9. Every year I have a parent or student “confide” in me the religious role of our founding fathers and how we’re a “Christian nation.”

  3. #3 Zeno
    July 10, 2006

    For a professed Christian cleric, D. James Kennedy has long had a peculiar problem with the truth. I’ve never been sure whether he’s actually dishonest or merely deluded. Perhaps he alternates between the two. He recently rebroadcast his claim that Sir Julian Huxley said people embraced evolution in order to indulge their sexual excesses without guilt. It’s a complete fabrication.

  4. #4 SharonB
    July 10, 2006

    I agree, Zeno. I am continually mystified by the prevalence of demonstrable lies, fabrications, and knowing misrepresentations that are promulgated by these people who claim to be followers of the Way, the Life, and the Truth. It goes way beyond simple mistakes.

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