Jonathan Smith (Sept. 24 letter to the editor) castigates those who believe in the Creator:
“Creationism (is) anti-science … a charade … a sham … a con game …”
He proselytizes for the religion of evolutionism. This religion believes, first, there was nothing at all; next, this nothingness exploded; then, some nonintelligence formed it into an awesome design. He calls this religion scientific and says “Creationism doesn’t fit in this framework.”
Mr. Smith further alleges: “There is no doubt about the theory of evolution in the scientific community. There is no controversy.”
The facts beg to differ, as does the scientific community, with Mr. Smith.
And from there the article delves into a long list of quotes strung together supposedly casting doubt on evolution.
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