Bill Nye, my hero @aig

“We need scientifically literate voters and taxpayers for the future,” Nye adds. “We need people that can — we need engineers that can build stuff, solve problems.”

Nye told CBS he was not attacking religion by criticizing creationism.

“You can believe what you want religiously. Religion is one thing, but science, provable science is something else. My concern is you don’t want people growing up not believing in radioactivity, not believing in geology and deep time.

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How is attacking Creationism – the anti-biblical concept of the Hamites – considered attacking religion?

Here’s the deal – Hambone and others as Lying to you about Genesis have no actual clue about science or religion or creationism… If you want to know about science, turn to a scientist.

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13 Replies to “Bill Nye, my hero @aig”

  1. False science (evolution) is never true no matter how many scientists you get to say it is. The thing that people need to remember is that GOD did not say to use science to figure out origins. Why waste the time, money and resources to do what He had already told us took place?

    Just becaus eyou and all the secular scientists do not believe God’s word doesn’t mean everyone has to follow your lead.

        1. Oh? Genesis 1.1 is about the scientific/physical creation of the universe? Umm… The Hebrews didn’t see it that way. Neither need the ANE cultures. And yet, modern white guys do… I wonder… why is right…

          I’m going to stick with the Hebrews on this.

          Job includes a creation story resembling other ANE theomachy tales. Are you actually telling me God created the universe out of the decaying carcasses of sea monsters?

          If you are too ignorant to read Scripture, I would you would at least stop pretending to even read the English.

  2. The Bible also says nothing about how to make airplanes, computers, the flu vaccine, indoor plumbing, or iced tea.

    For my own part, I’m glad that someone invested all of the time and resources into developing each of those things. Those were, by the way, pretty much scientists (not sure about the inventor of iced tea, but s/he should be retroactively given the Nobel Prize in Awesomeness, anyway).

    1. Yet, God gave people the intelligence to think it through and created the natural resources. Science has done nothing and provided nothing.

  3. While I agree with Bill Nye about evolution, does he think he’s actually going to convince any creationist parents to keep their beliefs to themselves? I’m not sure what he’s trying to accomplish here. As if creationist parents are just going to say “Well I’m not going to teach my kid creationism even though I think it’s true.”

    1. No, i don’t think so. I hope what he is actually doing is preparing educators to think about these issues… especially in the next four years

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