Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Reaping the whirlwinds: the ethical significance of Darwin - audio lecture by Gary De Mar

Quotes and comments;
- an excellent lecture.

1. He mentions that in a foreword to a book by James Randi, Arthur c. Clarke writes ''I'm disappointed he didn't write more about one of my pet peeves... creationism, perhaps the most pernicious thing now affecting the american public."
- you have to laugh when a reprobate like Clarke gives people a lecture on ethics and morality. Give me a break old sod. (He's been protected by the sf community for decades; and the Brits have even named an award after him. This alone tells you about all you need to know about the spiritual health of England these days.)
- actually I think Darwinism is the main religion in england; where even 'evangelicals' will denounce anyone who says a word against it.



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