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Sam Brownback Is A Moonbat

by @ 11:08 pm on May 31, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Evolution vs. ID, Politics, Sam Brownback, Science

All I can say is…..enough said:

?While no stone should be left unturned in seeking to discover the nature of man?s origins, we can say with conviction that we know with certainty at least part of the outcome. Man was not an accident and reflects an image and likeness unique in the created order. Those aspects of evolutionary theory compatible with this truth are a welcome addition to human knowledge. Aspects of these theories that undermine this truth, however, should be firmly rejected as an atheistic theology posing as science.

In other words, disagree with the Book of Genesis and you’re wrong in Sam’s book.

Not exactly the kind of man I want anywhere near the Oval Office.

3 Responses to “Sam Brownback Is A Moonbat”

  1. CR UVa says:

    With all the people who say that there is no way a God could exist that created the Universe, I find it very difficult to find fault with Brownback’s viewpoint.

  2. Sarah says:

    CR, you mean the 85 percent of people who believe in God or the 80 percent who believe that Jesus is the son of God?

  3. triticale says:

    I do not see how anybody can read that and see an insistance on literal agreement with the metaphors of Genesis. The evolutionary process and the genomic structure are so elegant as to encourage the openminded to perceive a Designer behind them.

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