Wednesday, February 16, 2011

God, Science, Creation and Liberals

On a Fox News Article about bias against Christians at UC DAVIS, we find this argument in the com box. It is the classic "Watchmaker" argument, but wonderfully updated. It'd be a wonderful text to memorize.

Joseph 'the-alien' King  12 minutes ago
Regarding God and Science:

"Science" is the interpretation of God; this is why it always falls short of the proverbial mark. Within the jurisdiction of science, we have to update analytical theories all the time; conversely, with God, there is no updating, modification, or tweaking -- for obvious reasons. Science KNOWS that God is there; it's just too RETARDED and POMPOUS to admit it. Mathematically, everyone knows that God exists because it is programmed into us, literally! We are all unanimous in accepting the notion that a Microsoft Windows Operating System cannot magically materialize out of NOTHING; the probability is far beyond the parameters of logical acceptance. Well, science knows that the human body contains trillions of cells; moreover, the profoundness of this resides within the fact that just ONE of those trillions of cells contains more information than in an entire Microsoft Windows Operating System. If science fervently asserts that a Microsoft Windows Operating System cannot randomly - and magically - manifest out of nowhere, why is the hand of God so farcical? Furthermore, because science propagates the notion that we are all here because of chance, it must be true, as well, that a Playstation 3 can endure the same earthly, magical, chance-based manifestation. This is, of course, NOT TRUE because we all know that something as 'complex' as a Playstation 3 and Windows OS has one cardinal attribute in common: a CREATOR. To put this into further perspective, it is impossible for a single can of PEPSI -- as it is, with the text, logos, and all -- to magically materialize out of NOWHERE, and science knows this, just as well as all of us here. Well, with this information, it would be the dumbest characterization in history to assert that life is the most complex thing and then declare that it occurs by chance, at the same time -- while, also affirming that the Mona Lisa painting could never perform a random manifestation by chance. Well, ultimately, it's because science KNOWS that God exists, but most *scientists* and self-designated "intellectuals" are far too shortsighted, myopic, and blatantly arrogant to feel as if there is a superior, superlative intelligence at the helm of all things. They have a fervid, unfettering disdain for God because of pride and anger. They're proud because they want to maneuver within the likeness of God; they're angry because *all attempts* to encompass and replicate God's ubiquity, capacity, and omnipotence are met with perpetual, epic FAILURE.

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