Anti-semitic, or just really, really stupid?
A Jewish organization is demanding an apology from a Georgia legislator after a memo using his name claims that evolution was a myth propagated by an ancient Jewish sect.The Anti-Defamation League sent a letter to state Representative Ben Bridges yesterday chastising him for the memo, which attributes the Big Bang theory to writings in the Kabbalah, a Jewish text.
Bridges – a Republican from Cleveland in northeast Georgia – has denied writing the dispatch. But one of his closest political allies, Marshall Hall, said the legislator gave him the approval to draft the memo.
The memo asks readers to challenge the “evolution monopoly in the schools” by logging onto Hall’s anti-evolution Web site, www.fixedearth.com.
</em>If you’re brave enough, visit the website. These people are seriously stupid, with such “facts” as:
“An electromagnet and computerized sensor hidden in its display stand cause the Earth to levitate motionlessly in the air.”
Could God have engineered something like that for the real Earth?
The Bible and all real evidence confirms that this is precisely what He did, and indeed:
The Earth is not rotating…nor is it going around the sun.
The universe is not one ten trillionth the size we are told.
</em>Now, having people this dumb walking around, well, that’s bad enough. They might drive, or vote or something. Worse yet? They reproduce…