Fun with Christian Apologetics Ministries

Apparently Anthony Horvath is having fun with our little discussion, even if there’s a certain element of fantasy involved.

Judging from his last entry, it looks like I’ve stumped him. Always fun to stump an evolutionist and skeptic when you get a chance. 🙂 I almost don’t want to clear things up because I like the idea that he’s been stewing in my arguments. 🙂

I guess if you’re a Christian apologist, it’s quite a kick to give an unclear presentation of your views and then have a skeptic reserve judgment and ask for a clarification so as not to draw unfair conclusions. That doesn’t really sound like “stumping the skeptic” to me, but I guess when Christianity is all you have to work with you have to settle for what you can get. Even if you have to fantasize about the other guy “stewing.” 😉

He does, at least, kinda sorta deny the idea that racism is justified by evolution.

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Christian Apologetics Ministries Chapter 3

Anthony Horvath cheerfully continues the discussion regarding Watson, Darwin, and racism.

I really must deal with this “Horvath is a racist insinuation” that came out of his first reply. In the article that I cited, Watson does not argue from Darwinism to racism, rather he argues that there genetics may have an effect on intelligence. Herr Professor like a lot of other skittish skeptics and scientists knee-jerked there [sic] way into describing this as ‘racist.’

Now remember, Watson’s original comment, which Horvath quoted and which he apparently finds to be entirely lacking in racism, is this:

Dr Watson said he was “inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa” because “all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours – whereas all the testing says not really”.

The article Horvath linked to goes on to report that Watson

… was quoted as saying his hope is that everyone is equal but that “people who have to deal with black employees find this is not true”.

Sure, nothing racist about that, right? Not according to Horvath.

Watson was denying that he meant anything racist by what he said, and at least in the quotations in that article, there wasn’t anything particularly ‘racist.’

Hmmm, ok, let’s move on.

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Ladies and gentlemen, I give you “Key Words: NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER APOLOGIZE TO A LIBERAL!!!

Dr. James Watson, Co discoverer of the double helical nature of dna made a statement that was a HORRIBLE mistake – he apologized.

The statement he apologized for was that human beings that are separated by geography just might not evolve identically – an assertion Darwinists maintain strongly.

Yep, that’s right. People from outside Africa never visit Africa, and people from Africa never go outside Africa. The African population is geographically isolated.

Sheesh. The lengths people will go to in order to defend the idea that God must be too stupid to have designed evolution.