A Naturalistic Fairy Tale-Part XI

We do now indeed worship death, because through death comes life and progress. Those silly creationists think that death is the result of “original sin and the fall of creation,” but we know the truth…death is good. Without death, no life forms higher than the Ur-Cell would exist. And if you really think about death, it is but a mere alteration of physical processes. The Ur-Cell did become eventually what we would certainly recognize today as a living single-celled creature. It did take a lot of death and natural selection to make that happen (praise Science), but given enough time, natural selection can accomplish anything, can it not? We know some silly undercover creationists who largely agree with our positions do disagree, (1) but their stupid superstitions are expected from Darwin Fishevolution (praise Science). (2) Although the IDiot author of these fairy tales is one of the least sentimental people you might meet (ask his wife), we do know that sentimentality is part of the irrational problem that the creationist IDiots suffer from in their delusional, although evolutionarily determined, simple-minded thought processes. Thankfully, we do have the random mutation that allows us to know the truth, and to have disdain for stupidity (praise Science). And honestly, we superficially feel sorry for these poor dupes, and we will continue to convert as many as possible to the real and absolute truth of naturalism. (3) (Continued in Part XII)

(1). The Edge of Evolution
(2). http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,20361761-29677,00.html
(3). http://thecountryshrink.com/2008/07/03/some-psychological-aspects-of-atheism-part-ii/

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  1. […] 3 Tiktaalik and the Fishy Story of Walking Fish, Part 2; Answers in Genesis. (May 23, 2007) 4 A Naturalistic Fairy Tale-Part XI (September 18, […]

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