Sunday, May 08, 2005

Land of the Lost

Thanks to Paul over at Public Brewery, I'm enlightened now on a couple of facts about about the creation of the universe.

Here are a couple of exhibits planned for the Creation Museum from Answers in Genesis:


T. rex—the real king of the beasts. That’s the terror that Adam’s sin unleashed! You’ll run into this monster lurking near Adam and Eve. How’s this possible? Find out soon!

Sooo...there were dinosaurs living concurrently with Adam and Eve? I guess I missed that one in Sunday school.

Here's another one that'll split yer sides:

Repulsive. The world after Eden is disturbing. It makes sense only if you believe God’s Word from the beginning. God made everything ‘very good’—but rebellion against God’s Word brought death into paradise.

Umm...so God made the world with dinosaurs in it, including the monstrous T-Rex, which God made with a set of gnashing carnivorous teeth unmatched by any other living creature, but which consumed no flesh until Eve ate of the apple of sin?

Thanks. Well, that should just about close any debate. Evolution was dreamt up by Darwin because he was lactose intolerant, anxious and guilt-ridden.

Ironically, Answers in Genesis criticizes evidence of evolution as the mental contortions of scientists:
The incredible thing is that otherwise rational scientists continue to cling to the concept of evolution, modifying it in any way they can to get around the proofs against it, regardless of the destructive moral and social effects that evolutionary theory has on society.

Watch for a creation TV series. Sid and Marty Krofft make a comeback from Land of the Lost with a show in which Adam and Eve have a pet T-Rex who eats the kids after Eve takes the apple. Their problems are compounded when their mortal enemies, the Sleestak, learn how to make crossbows. Fortunately, the Sleestak can't shoot straight, and...well, you know the rest of the story, right? Adam and Eve's progeny wiped out the Sleestak and dinosaurs, and then they proliferated.

As Bill Moyers is so fond of saying, "I couldn't make this stuff up if I wanted to." Keep 'em comin' guys.

2 Comments:

At 5/09/2005 08:54:00 AM, Blogger PRB said...

Awesome. Extra points for the Sleestak reference.

 
At 5/09/2005 01:40:00 PM, Blogger Schroeder said...

By the way, what kind of mediocre God only makes the world "very good." I though God was perfect.

I'm...sooo...confuuused! Would Tom Delay or Bill Frist please tell me what I should think?

Good thing we had evolution to improve God's less-than-perfect creation.

 

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