|"Rev Dr" Lenny Flank
Joined: Feb. 2005
|Quote (stevestory @ April 10 2007,19:46)|
|[quote=2ndclass,April 10 2007,20:21]Salvador: |
| The boneheads in Dover were self-appointed ambassadors of ID, not the real thing. They were not true defenders of the Wedge.|
Um, what about Kansas?
And, uh, Georgia?
Oh, and what about the Wedge Document itself? If, as Slavedor seems to be blithering, ID isn't creationism and has nothing to do with religion, then, uh, why does the Wedge Document itself list "mainstream church(s) defend(s) traditional doctrine of creation" as one of its objectives, and why does it list its goal as "to replace materialistic explanations with the theistic understanding that nature and human beings are created by God" . . . ?
Naturally, I don't expect Slavedor to answer that question. Any more than I expect him to answer any of the *other* 35 or so questions I've asked him (repeatedly) over the years.
Slavedor, after all, is a gonad-less coward. (shrug)
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