This post was modified from its original form on 26 Sep, 8:35
This post was modified from its original form on 26 Sep, 8:36
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From the Intelligent Design Coloring Book:
It's hard to accept the theory of evolution but it's easy to accept the theory of things coming into existence magically?
How easy it is for the human mind to be brainwashed with supernatural nonsense, and how hard it is for the human mind to get educated with natural sense.
This post was modified from its original form on 17 Nov, 20:04
wow, these are beyond epic, it really makes you think about how far society has come over the centuries, but yet people have a hard time accepting the concept of evolution....it really is quite sad, but these cartoons just make the whole thing FUNNY =]
As long as we agree on the basic ideas of evolution, it doesn't matter to me what our religious assumptions, or lack thereof, may be. Science neither affirms nor denies God, it merely debunks dogmas that are not based on the study of the universe that God may or may not have created.
Dale Husband, group owner
Sorry didnt mean to offend the atheists....................lol Ever heard of sarcasm???
Rather curious. Mark joined Care2 yesterday, then joined our group and his first comment is about God's methodology being the only difference in the debate about evolution? I guess that leaves us atheists out of the discussion. Then again, maybe his comment is in with the cartoons because it is a joke?
The debate between creationists, intelligent design advocates, and evolutionary scientists is really just a question of God's methodology.
While I enjoyed the cartoons, I'm struck by the fact that this garnered more response than other "serious" topics in this forum gathered. Entertainment is fine but, that is not why I access this forum. How about more discussion about what creationists are posting every day "refuting" evolution and what we can do about it.
it is warming as a religious and spiritual type to see evolutionists cheering themselves on the creational crests...that is what it is here for.
as a creationist, i am strong enough to build my beliefs on positive and concerted communication....hahaha
and which atom did you pop out from?...i myself have a mother! created in her womb...very scientific hey?
bless you and all the other athiests...feast on the future and worry not of the past morsals of existence...hahahaha
Unfortunately, I can't post it since it's a little video but take a look!
Actually, Dan Lietha from Answers in Genesis tried to convince his readers that the last one was really encouraging since it meant that creationists succeeded to have a great impact. Furthermore, "if you look at this cartoon from a biblical point of view, the cartoon is right on! You see, since God is the Creator of the universe, He should be (and is) the God of science and fields such as biology, geology, astronomy and anthropology. Why does this cartoon provoke a negative response, which is the cartoonists intent? Because the public school system and secular media have conditioned most people to think that science and biblical Christianity are at odds with each other." (http://www.answersingenesis.org/docs2006/0522cartoonist.asp)
Bad, bad public school, secular media and scientists who started this whole mess...
Here is one from Dan Lietha himself. It is supposed to denounce the fact that Evolutionary Theory doesn't fit with God's word and it shouldn't be the Bible that adapts itself but the other way around. Strangely, it seems to say the opposite to me and to support one of the ideas put forth by Sam Harris in "The End of faith", namely, the fact that, for centuries, religion had to adapt it's discourse to new scientific discoveries, then having to reinterpret the Bible and even abandon some parts of it, demonstrating that, if this goes on for some time, there would be nothing left, proving religion has no irreducible core that can stand out for good.
Brad Snagging your cartoon there
This is a great collection!
Dear God, ''What the F... Oh, Never mind.''
Okay, nobody gets it but me. I knew that before I drew it, but the darned thing just kept insisting on being drawn. Any time I started something else, this one shouted until I couldn't think straight. So here's what it's about- crazy creationists think humans and dinosaurs lived together, at the same time, and even that Noah took them on his Ark. So how did they die out? Well, if we stick with their story there's a solution, but not one they'll like. What if the Rapture ALREADY came, and we're the ones "Left Behind"? Not exactly the story the way they tell it, but it fits the mythology perfectly.
I know, too many jokes for one cartoon. I told you it didn't work. At least now I can get on with some new stuff.
More PLZ more!! This is hilarious I need to stop in more often dale!
Dale, this is priceless!
I opened this thread to share the Doonsbury one (I have it too) but it's already there. I had used it to silence the opposition once. The other ones were awesome! LOL
Check these out and laugh with me, if you wish: