Posted: Mar 28, 2018 12:52 pm
by Sendraks
I'm not sure how these qualify as "deadly myths" given that some creationsists certainly do believe those seven things.

In short, not all creationists believe in the same bollocks. They believe in a variety of different bollocks and come up with different apologetics to explain their bollocks. Case in point, the apologetics around transitional fossils, which amounts to nothing more than rejecting the fossils as being those of transitional species.

What was the purpose of this post? Was it to serve as an education that the idiotic stuff creationists believe is actually more diverse and idiotic than anyone thought? Because, most of this idiocy is well known.