While I think we can all agree that Islam is an immoral heresy, whose eradication is the sacred duty of every patriotic Christian, it is heartening to know that they are beginning to exhibit rifts with their idiot moonbat secularist Darwinist Helioleftist enablers:
In the United States, opposition to the teaching of evolution in public schools has largely been fueled by the religious right, particularly Protestant fundamentalism.
Now another voice is entering the debate, in dramatic fashion.
It is the voice of Adnan Oktar of Turkey, who, under the name Harun Yahya, has produced numerous books, videos and DVDs on science and faith, in particular what he calls the “deceit” inherent in the theory of evolution. One of his books, “Atlas of Creation,” is turning up, unsolicited, in mailboxes of scientists around the country and members of Congress, and at science museums in places like Queens and Bemidji, Minn.
At 11 x 17 inches and 12 pounds, with a bright red cover and almost 800 glossy pages, most of them lavishly illustrated, “Atlas of Creation” is probably the largest and most beautiful creationist challenge yet to Darwin’s theory, which Mr. Yahya calls a feeble and perverted ideology contradicted by the Koran.
In bowing to Scripture, Mr. Yahya resembles some fundamentalist creationists in the United States. But he is not among those who assert that Earth is only a few thousand years old. The principal argument of “Atlas of Creation,” advanced in page after page of stunning photographs of fossil plants, insects and animals, is that creatures living today are just like creatures that lived in the fossil past. Ergo, Mr. Yahya writes, evolution must be impossible, illusory, a lie, a deception or “a theory in crisis.”
While I disagree with him completely on religious issues, it’s good to know that true science is far from dead in the Muslim world. Islamists have taken a major step in the right direction. If we can just get them to accept Jesus and reject Mohammed, Christianity will have over 1 billion new members. Egypt and Saudi Arabia will become the most pious nations on the Earth. France will become a Christian nation again, and depraved Corsicans like Alizee will clothe themselves or suffer the just consequences of their harlotry.
It’s also good to see the secular humanists enjoy such little gratitude from the Islamists they bend over backwards to defend. Take THAT, moonbats! Your own allies despise you- why should real Americans care what you think?
It’s worth noting that despite this heartening article, the New York Times itself still falls into the category of the moonbat media:
In fact, there is no credible scientific challenge to the theory of evolution as an explanation for the complexity and diversity of life on earth.
Sure, New York Times. There’s no credible scientific challenge to your pet idiotic theories about monkey fornication. If one ignores the mountains of contrary scientific, Scriptural, and empirical evidence, there’s no credible challenge. There’s also no credible challenge to phrenology, except that there is. Morons.
(Hat tip to dadaclu, for sending me the link- and reading the New York Times so the rest of us don’t have to.)