Joined: Oct. 2009
Just thought of something.
IDists (like FtK) claim that archaeology is a good science because it follows the principles of ID. Yet the science of archaeology tells us that much of the historical aspects of the bible is wrong... (can you see where this is going?)
So, if ID is right, then the Bible is wrong (and therefore God is probably not the designer).
If the Bible is right, then ID is completely wrong and IDiots are arguing about something that's completely wrong (but we knew that).
The other option, of course, is that they are both wrong, but for unrelated reasons.
Since we know that ID has produced nothing of value...ever. We also know that the majority of the events as described in the Bible are wrong.
I'll go with number three. ID and Bible are both wrong, but for different reasons.
Of course, the ID and creationists can't accept that, so they MUST accept one of the two prior conclusions.
Which is it FtK? Is the Bible right or is ID right? It's logically shown that they are mutually exclusive.
Ignored by those who can't provide evidence for their claims.