Let us set the record straight. I am posting from an informed perspective, having been an evolutionary biologist who has read claims by the Institute for Creation Research (not the Creation Research Institute—let us at least be accurate in our wording) that were deliberately, willfully, and knowingly false. They believe and practice the philosophy that it is all right for Christians to sin if they do so for the ultimate good—a very false belief. The folks at Answers in Genesis habitually talk from both sides of their mouth; on the one side assailing the theory of evolution as though it is a doctrine of the devil himself, and on the other side strenuously arguing for the theory of evolution (not just microevolution—but macroevolution on a grand scale) in order to account for the hundreds of thousands of genetically discreet populations of animals now on the earth, and the tens of thousands of genetically discreet populations of animals on the earth after the flood but now extinct. I am not slandering anyone; I am posting objectively true information that I have documented in other posts.
During the past 20 months, I have lost approximately $350,000 of my personal wealth due to the deteriorating economy in the United States. I am not an economist and therefore I do not know whose fault it is that our economy has so very seriously deteriorated; and since do not know whose fault it is, I am not claiming that the Republicans, the Democrats, or any other group is at fault. Bill, on the other hand, is slandering evolutionary biologist and other scientists who believe and teach that the theory of evolution is supported by science, and he is calling the science that they practice “junk science.” There is a substantial difference between teaching, based upon an extensive and related education, that a cat is a cat, and off the cuff falsely accusing a cat of being a dog.