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Creationism 2.0

If you happen to take William Dembski’s course on ‘Intellient Design’ at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, you will be pleased to know that you can get an easy 20% of your mark from simply posting replies defending creationism ‘Intelligent Design’  on ‘hostile’ websites (presumably, that means ANY scientific website). Richard Dawkins (who is very intelligent while simultaneously arrogant,  or at least so he seemed from the talk I saw) mentions this as well as plucking out some other gems from the course, such as a question from the Christian Faith and Science module which reads:

Trace the connections between Darwinian evolution, eugenics, abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia. Why are materialists so ready to embrace these as a package deal? What view of humanity and reality is required to resist them?

Remember kids: don’t evolve.