darwin’s to blame

A year or so ago, I posted something here about the claim by anti-evolutionists that school shootings, like those that took place at Columbine, could be explained by the lack of biblical education in the American public school system. “This is what happens,” they maintained, “when God is kept out of the classroom.” These claims of theirs were bolstered in the weeks after the attack by the story that one of the shooters was wearing a “Survival of the Fittest” t-shirt as he made his way through the school, murdering his classmates. At the time, I suspected that the story about the shirt was a convenient fabrication on the part of religious extremists in our country who saw an opportunity to influence public opinion, but it now looks as though that wasn’t the case.

Last night, a man identifying himself as an author working on a book about public school violence and Darwinism, sent me what he claimed was the scan of a page taken from the autopsy of Columbine shooter, Eric Harris. (The section of interest is copied here.) And, after a bit of poking around, I suspect it’s legitimate. I still don’t know that it proves any kind of causal relationship between Darwinism and school violence, but I thought that it was worth mentioning.

As for the fellow who sent it, I was going to e-mail him back and ask what side of the debate he would be approaching this from, but decided to Goggle him first. And, here’s the first quote I found online from Mr. Sherwin Dillard:

The Democratic Party and its presidential candidates for 20 years have embraced Sodomy, infanticide and Socialism.? Jamming scissors into the base of babies skulls at the moment of birth and suctioning out their brains (Partial-Birth Abortion) is something John Kerry has repeatedly voted to continue…

So, I think it’s pretty clear that he’ll be making the case that there is a connection. While it might make for a nice illustration, though, I don’t know how much can really be inferred from the fact that Harris was wearing the shirt. Harris, as you’ll also notice in the same attached blurb, was also wearing one glove at the time of the murders. Does this prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the crimes were perpetrated at the behest of Michael Jackson? Of course not.

All it proves to me is that this one very disturbed individual liked the phrase and found it somehow appropriate for the occasion. It does not say to me, “Darwin has shown me that there is no God, and so these actions can be taken without repercussion.” It also doesn’t give me any reason to believe that the very same Eric Harris, if he were extremely religious, wouldn’t have done the exact same thing in a shirt saying, “Vengeance is mine, sayth the Lord.”

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  1. schutzman
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 12:41 am | Permalink

    “God helps those who help themselves.”

  2. Brian
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 3:14 am | Permalink

    This is just another case of misunderstood t-shirt violence. I mean, just because Hitler wore a shirt that said “Grannies give good denture jobs” doesn’t mean he enjoyed old people sucking and fucking.

  3. Ted Glass
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 9:09 am | Permalink

    The other shooter was, I believe, wearing a shirt that said “Wrath.” If that’s the case, I think they kind of cancel each other out.

  4. schutzman
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 9:58 am | Permalink

    actually, the other one’s shirt said “I’m with stupid.”

  5. It's Skinner Again
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 10:22 am | Permalink

    And here I thought it was all Galileo’s fault.

  6. be OH be
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 10:37 am | Permalink

    Can we blame it on Copernicus? His heliocentric musings took man out of the center of the universe and thus crushed his spirit.

    Unfortunately, Mr. Harris had just the week before given his ‘Copernicus, Superstar’ t-shirt to his nephew.

  7. Collin
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 11:59 am | Permalink

    Don’t be silly Mark. Nobody in the history of the world has EVER killed large amounts of people in the name of God.

  8. Ken
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 3:01 pm | Permalink

    If I remember correctly, Natural Selection was a first-person-shooter video game that the two guys liked to play.

  9. chris
    Posted February 24, 2006 at 4:55 pm | Permalink

    Well,at least we don’t eat them after jamming the scissors in and sucking out their brains. Again, I think they prefer their babies fresh, plump, and wriggling.

  10. Columbo
    Posted February 26, 2006 at 3:53 pm | Permalink

    Fortunately, we are not left to Mark’s surmisings or to Mr. Sherwin Dillard’s input alone.

    Columbine shooter Eric Harris left behind ample documentation of his viewpoint in a year-long hand-written personal journal, on his web page, and in numerous videotapes. Much of it is available online for the world to peruse unfiltered.

    A few examples will suffice. First, from Harris’ journal referring to the man whose van he had robbed:

    “Isn’t America supposed to be the land of the free? How come, if I’m free, I can’t deprive a stupid X—ing dumb—X from his possessions if he leaves them sitting in the front seat of his X—ing van out in plain sight and in the middle of X—ing nowhere on a FriX—ingday night. NATURAL SELECTION! X—er should be shot.'” [Emphasis his]

    Second, from Harris’ webpage:

    “YOU KNOW WHAT I LOVE!!?…Natural SELECTION!! God X— it’s the best thing that ever happened to the earth. Getting rid of all the stupid and weak organisms…but it’s all natural. My belief is that if I say something, it goes. I am the law. If you don’t like it, you die. If I don’t like you or I don’t like what you want me to do, then you die. If I do something incorrect, oh X—ing well, you die. Dead people can’t do many things, like argue, whine, bitch, complain, name, rat out, criticize, or even X—ing talk. So that’s the only way to solve arguments with all you X—heads out there, I just kill. God I can’t wait til I can kill you people, I’ll just go to some downtown area in some big city and blow up and shoot everything I can. Feel no remorse, no sorrow or shame…I will rig up explosives all over a town and detonate each one of them at will after I mow down a whole X—ing area of you snotty X– rich mother X—ing high strung godlike attitude-having worthless pieces of X— whores. I don’t care if I live or die in the shootout, all I want to do is kill and injure as many of you X—-s as I can…” [Emphasis his]

    Third, back to his journal 51 weeks before the attack on his school:

    “Sometime in April [1999] me and V [for “VoDKa” (Klebold)] will get revenge and will KICK NATURAL SELECTION UP A FEW NOTCHES. If we have figured out the art of making time bombs beforehand, we will set hundreds of them around houses, roads, bridges, buildings and gas stations, anything that will cause damage and chaos…It’ll be like the LA riots, the Oklahoma bombing, WWII, Vietnam, Duke and Doom all mixed together…I want to leave a lasting impression on the world.”

    Fourth, the Jefferson County Colorado coroner did in fact remove the “Natural Selection” T-shirt from Harris’ body; the autopsy can be read first-hand at: http://columbine.free2host.net/autopsies.html

    During one of their 5 “Basement Tapes” (videos recorded by Harris & Klebold explaining why they were going to destroy their school), Klebold declares:

    “I know we’re gonna have followers because we’re so X—ing God-like. We’re not exactly human—we have human bodies but we’ve EVOLVED into one step above you, X—ing human X—. We actually have X—ing self-awareness.”

    More is available online. Natural Selection was more to Harris and Klebold than a classroom theory. It was a recurrent theme in their speech and writings. It became a hunting license on April 20, 1999. When Harris dressed himself on the last morning of his life, he put on the shirt he’d had made for teh occasion and died with his suicide note “Natural Selection” on his chest across his heart.

    Had either of them been found in a “WWJD?” shirt, it would have been frontcover news. But Harris & Klebold left their views on this as well:

    Eric: “Yeah.. ‘I love Jesus! I love Jesus!’ — shut the X— up!”
    Dylan: “What would Jesus do? What the X— would I do..?”
    Eric: “I would shoot you in the motherX—ing head! Go Romans! Thank God they crucified that X—–.”
    Eric and Dylan: “Go Romans!” “Go Romans!!” “Yeah!!” “Wooo!” [From the Basement Tapes: Audio excerpt available at: http://columbine.free2host.net/quotes.html

    Harris’ favorite film “NATURAL Born Killers” celebrated serial killer Mickey Knox, saying, “You’ll never understand. Me and you, Wayne, we’re not even the same species. I used to be you…then I evolved. From where you’re standing, you’re a man. From where I’m standing, you’re a ape. I’m here…I’m right here…and you…you’re somewhere else, man. You say why? I say why not?” The soundtrack, also a favorite of Harris’ ends with:

    The blizzard of the world has crossed the threshold
    and it has overturned the order of the soul
    When they said REPENT REPENT
    I wonder what they meant
    When they said REPENT REPENT
    I wonder what they meant
    When they said REPENT REPENT
    I wonder what they meant.

    There’ll be the breaking of the ancient western code
    Your private life will suddenly explode
    …Destroy another fetus now
    We don’t like children anyhow
    I’ve seen the future, baby:
    it is murder.

    Steeped in dog-eat-dog theology by Rev. Darwin, baptized in blood by Quentin Tarantino, their own twisted minds and depraved hearts made practical application of the things they’d been taught in school and by their culture.

    And no, in another sad commentary on American culture, the computer game “Natural Selection” wasn’t unveiled until October 31, 2002, three and a half years after Harris & Klebold were dead. First they became the game, then the game became them.

    The fingerless glove was a shooter’s grip for supporting the hand for prolonged shooting and wasn’t backed by an extensive written and audio/video history of obsession with “the Gloved One”.

  11. Ken
    Posted February 26, 2006 at 7:28 pm | Permalink

    I’m glad Eric Harris chose to naturally select himself out of the system.

  12. mark
    Posted February 26, 2006 at 8:39 pm | Permalink

    I’ve always dreamed of having you comment here, Columbo, but in my dreams you always agreed with me.

    I didn’t think it was necessary, but would you like for me to catalog all the instances of people killing in God’s name? I suspect Darwin’s column is several million times shorter. (Of course, I don’t blame God for that.)

  13. mark
    Posted February 26, 2006 at 8:44 pm | Permalink

    I found that really odd too, Ken. I mean, it makes sense to wear a “natural selection” shirt when you’re going around killing other people, but it doesn’t really hold up too well once you turn the gun on yourself.

  14. Ted Glass
    Posted February 27, 2006 at 9:50 am | Permalink

    Religion and Evolution are not fundamentally at odds. Evolution and a clearly antiquated view of our origins, however, are. Just as Astronomy and the concept that all the planets revolved around the Earth were at odds. (And somehow religion survived through that test of faith.) Evolution does not mean that there is no God. Darwin never said that there is no God. Darwin never said for people to kill one another. All he said is that change takes place and organisms adapt. That does not imply that there was no “creator.” It only implies that the story of Genesis is more myth than fact. That does not give one the right to kill. So, if you’re looking for someone to blame, blame Oliver Stone. Don’t blame Darwin.

  15. Tony Buttons Esq.
    Posted February 27, 2006 at 12:52 pm | Permalink

    Religion is “the root of a great deal of evil.” if you don’t believe me, just listen to this.


  16. Columbo
    Posted February 27, 2006 at 2:16 pm | Permalink

    Ken and Mark,

    I can agree with you on one point. That was my first reaction also: there is something darkly ironic about lying in your own blood with your “Natural Selction” shirt on. But, as ever, Eric foreshadowed the “logic” in one of the Basement Tapes:

    “You guys will all die, and it will be X—ing soon! I hope you get an idea of what we’re implying here. You all need to die! We need to die, too! We need to X—ing kick-start the revolution here!”

    They certainly proved that unarmed little girls aren’t as “fit” as men with sawed-off shotguns, if that was in doubt.

    Without dispute many fools have forged God’s name to justify their private vendettas but, as you point out, God Himself is blameless. Darwin, whatever his intent, supplied nonetheless a creatorless hypothesis of origins without which the many blessings of National Socialism and Communism would have been philosophically untenable. One may debate Darwin’s motive, but not his record. The hundred-millions killed by Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot and the present Communist regime in Red China are stiff competition for any Roman Pope’s body count.

    The fundamental philosophical flaw of evolution is that it removes accountability from man. Without a creator to whom he is answerable, he is free to do whatever he wishes unless and until impeded by the “more fit” ape with other desires.

    If you could do anything you wanted without fear of consequences here or hereafter, what would you do? Probably not gun down children in school, but you’d do whatever you’d always wanted to do. This was what Harris and Klebold had always wanted to do. They’d been taught they would not answer to God in eternity and their intent to kill themselves removed fear of consequences in this life. A man with nothing left to lose is free to do as he pleases—or, in the words of Anton LaVey’s Satanic Bible, “Do as thou wilt”. So they did.

    Harris understood that practical application of the theology of Darwinism meant that he could do as he pleased so long as he had superior firepower (“most fit”)—or, in the name of Tarantino’s production company for his film “Reservoir Dogs”, Dog Eat Dog Productions, Inc.

    It is folly to expect upstanding moral citizens as the rule when you tell children they are serendipitous products of random chance in a world without absolutes.

    Ted couldn’t be more right in blaming Oliver Stone. At least with regard to Eric Harris. What “Taxi Driver” was to John Hinckley, Jr. “Natural Born Killers” became to Harris. It became his bible. But no one can plausibly suggest that “NBK” draws on traditional Western civilization or springs from a Judeo-Christian culture. It is viciously offensive to both.

    “Religion and Evolution are not fundamentally at odds.” But Christianity and evolution are mutually exclusive. Jesus said plainly, “If they hear not Moses [Genesis] and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead.” Christ also taught the flood of Noah was literal and real, ‘
    “They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all.”

    To exhaust Jesus Christ’s validations of the authority of Genesis as infallible truth is as superfluous as lengthy; the two instances given are sufficient to make the point that Jesus Christ upheld Genesis as true and accurate and therefore those who say otherwise contradict Christ and by implication make Him either a liar or a fool. If He is not absolutely right, He is absolutely wrong. “He that is not with Me is against Me.” Absolute. All or nothing at all.

    In America one is free to agree with Christ or to disagree with Him. What an honest man may not do is reconcile evolution with Jesus Christ, Who stated in Mark 10:6, “From the beginning of the CREATION God made them male and female.” And His authority for the statement? “Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female”—citing Genesis 1:27 and 5:2. Jesus Christ was a Creationist upholding Genesis as divine revelation. One may choose not to accept His word, but one may never say He promoted some pre-Darwinian form of evolution. he said Himself that if a man will not believe Genesis (Moses), he can not be a Christian (“though one rose from the dead”).

    Christ and evolution are fundamentally at odds. “Religion” is something altogether different; it’s every bit as sure a way to Hell as evolution. Six of one, half a dozen of another. I detect a convolution of Christ with Catholicism in your statement only explicable by a secular college education. The confusion is regretable, but not unusual. Catholic superstition, not the Scriptures, held to a geocentric universe. The truth about the solar system was no “test of faith” to Bible believers outside the darkness of Roman lore.

    “Evolution does not mean that there is no God.” Evolution means that God did not create as He said He created. “All things were made by Him; and without Him was not any thing made that was made.” Anyone who begs to differ denies God and His creation. There is no middle ground of acknowledging a creator and calling His record of how He created a lie. God claims to have made man originally in His own image. Primordial scum, footed eels, simians do not reflect the image of God Who is neither simian, eel nor scum. The God of the Bible created all and created man as a fully sentient, conversant human being; He also created the many species we have today, “after his kind”. When you state “the story of Genesis is more myth than fact” you necessarily say that Jesus Christ is either a liar or a fool because He plainly believed and taught nothing of the kind. As an American you are entitled to your opinion, but to assassinate the character of Christ and claim no contradiction is one more inconsistency.

    Darwin need not have said for people to kill one another any more than removing all patrolmen would justify traffic anarachy…but it is the necessarily predictable outcome. If Darwin’s intent was not malevolent, he remains culpable for gross short-sightedness and stands indicted of ghastly ignorance of human nature.

    All of which treats but of the philosophical fallout of evolution without reference to the “science” of the cult. If God is not creator, is not the creator He claimed to be (creating AS He claims to have created), the universe has no moral governor, there are no absolutes, might makes right and the future belongs to whomever is “fittest” to seize and hold it. Superior firepower makes one more “fit” than another and there is no moral rationale for inhibition or restraint. Harris & Klebold understood perfectly that if Darwin was right, “wrong” is in the eye of the beholder, a matter of cultural consensus only. Outsiders all along, they pragmatically evolved their own ethic and acted in harmony and consistence therewith. Q.E.D. If evolution is truth and creation error, why should anyone frown upon the Columbine killings? Who’s to say what others can or can not do? What makes anything wrong? Anything? Or else what? If Darwin was right, Harris and Klebold had the time of their lives their final hour and got away with it. Only if theism is valid will there be an answering for their deeds.

    Dylan: “They [his parents] gave me my X—ing life. It’s up to me what I do with it.”

    Eric: “We don’t give a X— because we’re going to die doing it.”

  17. Stella Magdalen
    Posted February 27, 2006 at 8:30 pm | Permalink

    Except that there are other religions, without creator dieties, which still manage to uphold intense and strong codes of ethics, particularly avoid killing.
    As well as people with no theism who are capable of upholding standards of ethics.
    It is not of necessity either/or. There’s plenty other things than that kind of dualism available.

  18. Columbo
    Posted February 27, 2006 at 11:49 pm | Permalink

    And if Truth were relative and a subjective smorgasbord, Stella, one ethical code might serve as well as another. But Christ stated unequivocally, “I am THE way, THE truth, and THE life: NO man cometh unto the Father, but by ME.”

    Your free will leaves the choice to you to accept or to reject that statement, but there is no way to reject the statement and accept as good, noble or honourable the Man Who made the statement you reject as dishonourable. Either He is Whom He claimed to be—the ONE, EXCLUSIVE DOOR to God the Father—or He is not. If He is, no one else is. If He is not, He was a liar or a fool.

    Granted this discussion is far afield of the strict context that began it, but these are precisely the underlying principles that feed into and the direct consequences that project out from the Columbine shooting.

    There are indeed non-Christian ethics abroad in the world that do not lead inevitably to killing, that uphold a modicum of civilization, that appeal to the rule of law, that can contribute to an orderly society and decent citizenship. I did not mean to suggest otherwise.

    But all of that in within the context of this present life on earth. If that is the confine of our thread, then, yes, other beliefs can carry off a civil order. But the question of ultimate importance, if there is a God, is Who that God is and what His claims are upon us.

    I exist. Objectively. Each reader may have varying subjective views and opinions about me—and freely so. But at the end of the day “Columbo” isn’t who 51% of people believe me to be; I am whom I objectively am. My identity is not a matter of participatory democracy.

    And if God is, wedon’t get to vote on His essence, integrity, constitution or attributes. He is Who He is. Or, as He expressed it to Moses, “I am that I am”. God, if there is a God, is absolute and objective. Heaven being His home, He gets to set the rules for whom is (and is not) welcome there. He has the autonomous right to exclude whomsoever He wills—just as you have the right to exclude me from your home.

    Plenty of other beliefs are available, but what you believe about me doesn’t change who I, in fact, am. Nor does any man’s opinion of truth or how God ought to run His universe alter that Truth or His sovereignty. Truth is not a democracy. It is what it is.

    Returning to your point that non-theists are capable of moral rectitude, the Scriptures validate this, but with a proviso:

    “When the Gentiles, which have not the law, do by nature the things contained in the law, these, having not the law, are a law unto themselves: Which shew the work of the law written in their hearts,their conscience also bearing witness…In the day when God shall judge the secrets of men by Jesus Christ according to my gospel.”

    That is, when unbelievers by nature shun wrong and pursue right conduct, they confess by their actions that there is in the heart of every man the universal and objective law of God—a conscience of moral absolutism. Or, without once hearing the Bible preached, it lies within any man to know right from wrong and this testifies to a single universal Moral Governor Whose laws are impressed upon every son of Adam.

    The proviso, however, is that nevertheless “God shall judge the secrets of men”, His standard: “by Jesus Christ”, and His law: “according to my gospel.”

    Specifically, for example, Chuck Darwin and Eric Harris and Billy Graham and Paul the Apostle—as well as Confucius, Jim Jones and Carl Sagan—will be judged by God, by the standard of Jesus Christ and the law of His Gospel.

    In school I took many tests but the right answer was never up to my determination. Answers I sincerely thought were subjectively right were marked objectively wrong according to the Teacher’s Key.

    Yes, there are many beliefs at large in the world. But graded by the Key used by God (Jesus Christ) anything less than His Way, His Truth, His Life is objectively wrong and will not result in Heaven for its devotees and practicioners.

    Eternity is not a “Westworld” of theme-Heavens and theme-Hells for every man to innovate a la carte. It is what it is. Heaven is the home of God.

    “He that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber. But he that entereth in by the door is the shepherd of the sheep.”

    If I open my door to you, you are welcome into my home by my grace. But if you enter by my window, I will have you ejected by the law.

    What does all this have to do with Darwin? THAT is precisely what he found objectionable. He chafed against the authority of a Divine Monarch exercising His arbitrary sovereignty in judging Charles’ sins wrong and demanding repentance. Only by eliminating God as sovereign Creator can man imagine himself free of the claims of His moral authoritarianism. Behind all the hoaxed ape-man plaster frauds is nothing more than human willful rebellion to God’s authority.

    I never met an atheist who didn’t believe in God. They’re just angry at the God Who won’t let them have their way.

    “I am THE way, THE truth and THE life” makes it either/or of necessity. The objective God of creation is inclusive of all who come to Him His way and justly exclusive of all who come their own way.

  19. mark
    Posted February 28, 2006 at 12:07 am | Permalink

    All I know is that if you are Peter Falk, it will break my heart.

  20. Columbo
    Posted February 28, 2006 at 7:44 pm | Permalink

    Umm…I hate to bother you, Mr. Maynard…there’s just one more thing, if I could have just one more minute of your time here; ethical relativism is by definition a denial of transcendent truth. Those boys…Harris and Klebold—they merely carried the Darwin germ to its logical conclusion. The doctrine of evolution may be said to not be actively causal, as you suppose, but it remains passively causal in that it removes moral impediments to man’s baser impulses by removing his Maker and Judge. Thus, it “liberates” the thief at heart to steal in fact, the rapist to act upon his lust with impunity, the liar to lie, the adulterer to commit adultery, the blasphemer to blaspheme and, yes, the murderer to murder. And to frown upon the same is to impose your subjective morality on their subjective morality, with no objective morality to which to appeal for final authority. Good day, Sir.

  21. Ken
    Posted February 28, 2006 at 8:54 pm | Permalink

    I think it is Mr. Falk. I heard an interview with him recently and he was pounding his bible, fetishizing the cult of Columbine and talking about his inabiltity to type the word “fuck” because it would break his moral compass.

  22. mark
    Posted February 28, 2006 at 8:57 pm | Permalink

    My sense, and I don’t mean this as a personal attack against Mr. Falk, is that if the only thing keeping a person from rape and murder is the fear of hell, then that person is in need of some serious help.

  23. Columbo
    Posted February 28, 2006 at 9:26 pm | Permalink

    All things considered, Harris and Klebold come dangerously close to qualifying as “person[s] in need of some serious help.” Not to be negative, but maybe they bear watching…

  24. Deadbeat
    Posted July 7, 2011 at 10:04 am | Permalink

    …for the Casey Anthony verdict.

  25. gay away
    Posted October 3, 2013 at 3:42 am | Permalink

    Darwin was the first homosexual. He was the devil. Today, he’d be an abortionist posting everything on instagram. Gently ask yourself. You will reach the truth. The only lizard he witnessed changing was in his trousers.

  26. EOS
    Posted October 3, 2013 at 6:20 pm | Permalink

    Wow. Sorry I never got the chance to talk to Columbo.

  27. Thom Elliott
    Posted October 4, 2013 at 7:31 am | Permalink

    He is a raving, conspiratorial lunatic, a pisspoor psychologist, and a false xtian. Darwinism is of course responsable for many ills, racist scientists of the Victorian era, eugenics, social Darwinism is what the Nazis practiced, American libertarianism/Ayn Rand is nothing but social Darwinism ect. Unfortunately, misinterpretation of evolution by natural selection was rampant in Victorian society, and our own, from both sides of the debate. I can say with certainty, you do not understand evolution by natural selection if you think it supports, or is identical with social Darwinism. False xtians like Columbo and yourself EOS are totally misinformed about the mechanism of evolution by natural selection, what fitness values are, and what the data about evolution means for human beings.

  28. Dumster
    Posted December 5, 2020 at 9:25 pm | Permalink

    Darwin, whatever his intent, supplied nonetheless a creatorless hypothesis of origins without which the many blessings of National Socialism and Communism would have been philosophically untenable. One may debate Darwin’s motive, but not his record. The hundred-millions killed by Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot and the present Communist regime in Red China are stiff competition for any Roman Pope’s body count.

    The fundamental philosophical flaw of evolution is that it removes accountability from man. Without a creator to whom he is answerable, he is free to do whatever he wishes unless and until impeded by the “more fit” ape with other desires.

  29. Posted December 7, 2020 at 7:45 am | Permalink

    millions of dead native Americans, enslaved Africans, and colonized Asians would tell you to go back to school and learn something (not to mention that bit about starving the savage Irish). You just supplanted me as the stupid one. I gladly surrender my title and bestow site stupid moniker on Dumster.

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