The Master is at it again, and his new work is as freaky as ever.
Strangely, I don't think I've ever heard a "Darwinist" in real life say that one species "came from" another, or mention "absolutely overwhelming" scientific evidence without actually citing
any, or offer threats instead of logical debate when criticized by a disbeliever, or speak of dinosaurs as having "disappeared" due to a giant comet and then immediately afterwards claim that birds "came from" them.
Ms. Henn is scary. Li'l Susy is much scarier.
I don't recall any mention whatsoever of the theory of evolution in public school (California) before high school biology class, except for a very brief mention towards the beginning of a junior high class in ancient world history. Where the heck is Susy going to school?
I don't see why people "won't pay attention to what God says" if they believe that "we come from apes." Why would acceptance of the theory of evolution be inconsistent with faith in the saving grace of Christ? How do the two ideas have anything to do with each other?
There seems to be a good deal of "age-ism" in this tract (presumably because it's targetted at very young readers). Ms. Henn seems to be mean not only because she's a Darwinist, but also because she's old. There are also several references to the "old" Devil, who tries to keep kids
out of heaven. Rather interesting, especially since Mr. Chick is getting up there in the years himself.
, li'l Susy is scary!!!