February 04, 2006


I found this nifty little picture on the internet and thought I would share it with you all. We really love Kent Hovind and Ken Ham and all the other creationist material we can get our hands on. I've got a friend from out of state coming today to visit, so I don't have time for a long post. Have a super weekend and God bless you and your family!



Anonymous said...

Good picture, but over the top, we cant blame all these things on evolutionists theories. And putting something there like "hard rock" is just stupid. There are many brilliant Christian hard rock bands. Banding such a vast amount of people and their hobby/form of worship as the spawn of evolution/unbelief is completely outrageous. I strongly recommend critical examination of these issues before supporting them, please could you cite a reference as to where you found the picture.
God Bless,

Heather said...

I found the photo on the internet. I agree that rock music certainly isn't going to make you "go to hell". I don't vouch for the entire photo, but a breakdown in belief causes your worldview to change and God ceases to be the center of your understanding. I do believe that many of the things in the tree's leaves are at least indirectly related to a "fall" from morality (which relies on the Lord and a healthy fear of Him). I listen to rock and pop music that is secular - even Techno and Christian hard-rock like "Skillet". I see nothing wrong with it. But I still like this graphic. It leaves you much to think about.

God bless you, too! - H

Nerdiah said...

Mwahahahaha! I like it when Christians set up the hard choice "either you believe in evolution or you believe in Christianity" because it guarantees that educated people will be turned off Christianity.

I say we let you folk have just enough rope to hang yourselves :-)



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