Creation Ministries International’s Question Evolution! contains some dodgy things, besides that the “15 questions evolutionist cannot answer” have in fact been answered. This leaves champion of the cause Ken DeMyer now having to preface it with “15 questions evolutionist can’t satisfactorily answer”, meaning that Ken is not going to accept their answers any way as they are not to his satisfaction.
However the lowest thing yet came from one of his blog in a piece by Jim Pappas, a not exactly svelte looking Christian, whose article The high price of NOT asking the 15 Questions for Evolutionists in your classroom contains the following wonderful advise for school aged children:
Bottom line: People are going to go to hell, and eventually, after the Judgment, the Lake of Fire to be eternally separated from God. This is the high price to be paid by people if we decide to keep our hands down and our questions to ourselves.
Look at your friends and classmates next time you go to school. Do you want to be responsible for their eternal damnation because you refused to ask a simple question in class when you had a burning in your heart to do so?
That is right kiddies, don’t ask these questions and you are responsible for sending your class mates to hell.He does go on:
The exceeding high price is the salvation and eternal future of your friends and classmates. Some of your friends will forever disbelieve God because of the spiritual blindness caused by the ultimate belief of evolution – there is no God!!! Other friends of yours are struggling with the conflict between what is taught as “science” (which evolution is not) and what is claimed to be religion. The creation of the universe by Almighty God is not religion! The creation of the universe by Almighty God is accurately recorded history! The creation of the universe as recorded in Holy Scripture is the ultimate eyewitness testimony of the most reliable Witness there could ever be: the Almighty God who was there and actually created the universe.
Do you want the highly infectious belief in evolution to continuously eat at the souls of your friends and classmates? Or, do you want to do what you can, raise your hand in class and ask a few simple questions? The choice is yours, and so is the reward. Will you choose the action whose reward is watching your peers slowly lose their faith to a false atheistic belief system, or will you choose the reward of helping your friends gain the crown of life?
I think I might go back to drinking now *sigh*.