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Creation Science Set to Music

In the beginning it begun.

Comments

  1. #1 Dan
    September 15, 2007

    I love it.

  2. #2 Casey
    September 16, 2007

    This isn’t bad, but my favorite is still the “Magic Man Done It” skit (alas, don’t know its proper name).

  3. #3 JanieBelle
    September 19, 2007

    Thanks for posting this, Shelley. I’m quickly becoming addicted to his videos. He’s got a bunch of really funny ones.

    Kisses

  4. #4 Starchy Grant
    September 22, 2007

    See (OK, hear) also the Creation Science Polka:

    http://www.mungbeing.com/issue_14.html?page=43&sub_id=815#815

  5. #5 Blackhaw
    October 3, 2007

    First I am a Christian but I amd not a fundamentalist and I do believe in evolution. The problem I have with the video is that it is not only making fun of “creation science” or “intelligent design” theories but of theism in general. I think this is a mistake. Richard Dawkins is one who looks foolish when he leaves the scientific world (which he is very good at) and tried to debate theology (which he is very poor at).

    One thing I think the Creation science people have done is shown to many that scientists have biases and cannot be blindly trusted to speak the truth (even as a scientific community). I was taught that true science is objective (which is true), that most scientist are objective (Do not know if that is true at all), and that the ones who are not objective will be weeded out by the scientific community ( I think this has been shown to be not true).

    So while science is useful and scientists should be trusted (overall) I think it is good that society is beginning to understand that science is very fallible and that it will not always fix itself oer time.

    But the main problem with the video is that there are many scientists and others who believe in some form of theistic evolution.