WorldNetDaily: Where No Fool Has Gone Before
Victoria Jackson is spouting more nonsense over at Whirled Nuts Daily, so Sensuous Curmudgeon takes some time to analyze her anti-science rant.
You can see that we’re dealing with a first-rate intellect here. And now the anti-science raving begins:
My husband, daughter and I went to Julia Sweeney’s play “Letting Go of God,” about her journey from Catholicism to Atheism. My daughter was about 11 at the time. At the end, she said, “Mommy, it’s like a testimony – but the opposite.”
At the end of her play, Sweeney looks up at the stars in awe and says something pithy and reverent about … science. Aha! That is her god.
They can’t fool Victoria! Let’s read on:
I’m watching “The Religion of Evolution.” Gary DeMar points out that evolution (atheism) contains the four components of a religion: 1) What am I? 2) Where did I come from? 3) Where am I going? 4) What should I do on the way?
Until reading Victoria’s essay, your Curmudgeon didn’t know that evolution tells him where he’s going and what he should do on the way. It’s amazing what one can learn in the pages of WND.