Saturday, December 18, 2010

What To Buy Your Darwinian Friends For Christmas

Natural Selection Shampoo

Wait a minute. Christmas? If the message of Christmas -- a God-incarnate, uncorrupted-natured Man --is real and true, then philosophical darwinism is both false and shabby. No Christmas? No Easter. No Easter? No hope.

No hope. Nohope. Noope. Nope. In four easy mutations.

I can understand the beliefs of darwinists; what I don't understand is the gloating. The idea that there is no God, and therefore we face extinction with no hope of redemption beyond bodily death, should be the cause of extreme mental horror and angst. Philosophical darwinists, at a minimum, should wish Christianity were true; instead, they both hate it and trample evidences for it underfoot -- ironically, fulfilling Scripture.

Merry Christmas!

2 comments:

Alex said...

I'm keeping Christmas whether you like it or not.

Where did you get Christmas from again? Wasn't it appropriated from some Pagan Holiday? I don't want any pagan holiday or even a Dredel or a Kwansa or Frodo Day. I'm taking Christmas with Christ in it and all the other stuff too because that is western culture and I love it.

If you celebrate May the 4th as a Jedi Holiday I won't be upset at all. In fact, May the 4th be with you!

RkBall said...

The date of Christmas was appropriated, as a strategy of the Roman Catholic church to "Christianize" the pagan culture. The Christmas tree was appropriated and Christianized.

Hey, Alex, we all like the fact that you are keeping Christmas. It's a part of the Canadian/American culture, and comes in two versions, secularized and religious. We celebrated Christmas, culturally, in our home while I was growing up, long before I became a Christian.

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"