Pharyngula

It’s an article titled “I love teaching evolution”…on the Chalcedon foundation page, in column on homeschooling, beneath a quote and a picture of crazy ol’ R.J. Rushdooney.

Evolution is a topic that repeatedly enters into our curriculum the same way that sin is a topic that gets covered in depth. How am I adequately educating my child if I fail to cover in detail the lies and deceptions that are prevalent in our humanistic culture? The Christian homeschooling parent must be prepared to understand, articulate, and refute the preposterous claims that currently serve as explanations for the origins of life and the presence of all creatures great and small. Fortunately, there are many good books and publishers that have taken the time to make this task much easier.

I think this one belongs to Greg Laden. I’m going to stagger off and rest my bedazzled, overloaded brains.

(thanks to Jesse for that horrible vision.)

Comments

  1. #1 Ichthyic
    June 6, 2007

    the next time I hear that these nutty creobots DON’T want a theocracy, I’m going to show them that page, and the link to the image right next to it:

    http://www.chalcedon.edu/report/images/may-june07.gif

  2. #2 Ichthyic
    June 6, 2007

    I see Rushdoony as a short-haired Saruman the White(Christopher Lee.) Sauron was just an eye.

    I think that’s who he meant; it was just a typo.

    funny thing is, regardless of the physical similarity in appearance (or not), the methods used are eerily similar, if not magically based for Rushloony.

  3. #3 David Marjanovi?
    June 7, 2007

    You could have written that entire paragraph in regards to the RCC as well with a little tinkering. Many Pentecostals will pay less attention to their preacher than many catholics du their Pope even though he is largely irrevelant.

    Not even in Poland.

    And no, not Brazil either.

  4. #4 David Marjanovi?
    June 7, 2007

    You could have written that entire paragraph in regards to the RCC as well with a little tinkering. Many Pentecostals will pay less attention to their preacher than many catholics du their Pope even though he is largely irrevelant.

    Not even in Poland.

    And no, not Brazil either.

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