Darwinists are Atheists in Expensive Tuxedos
|September 13, 2011||Posted by GilDodgen under Intelligent Design|
The claim has been made that ID proponents are just “creationists in cheap tuxedos.” Of course, the term “creationist” is used as a pejorative, meant to imply that all ID theorists are young-earth Biblical literalists who have lost their minds and want to destroy science.
What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. Therefore, I’ll make the claim that Darwinists are atheists in expensive tuxedos.
By Darwinism I specifically refer to the hypothesis that random errors filtered by differential mortality can explain everything in biological reality. This means that accidents presumably transformed a “primitive” microbe (which was already an astronomically complex information-processing system) into Mozart and his piano concerti.
This is a transparently preposterous proposition, considering what is now known from modern science.
The motivation of atheistic Darwinists to defend the indefensible is equally transparently obvious: Darwinism is the clearly falsified creation myth of the ersatz religion of atheism.
The Darwinian tuxedo is expensive because all public funding is allocated to “researchers” who are motivated by the following goals: prove that Darwin was right, get more funding in order to engage in evermore unsubstantiated speculation, and suppress all dissent, no matter how logical, evidential, or scientific that dissent might be.