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Published on Feb 27, 2006

another good debate video from Hovind

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777THUTH777
It does not matter what the educated person says becasue the uneducated people doesn't understand why it proves evolution happens.
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Oldtinear
+777THUTH777 I was about to expose his claims as lies. Yes, he will not ever let go of his delusions. But others read these posts - they are the audience we target. Your attachment to freedom of speech is too weak. Censoring Creationist idiots is still censorship. If our arguments are powerful, why would we need to censor our oponents? 
777THUTH777
+Oldtinear ''I was about to destroy him over his lies.''  No you weren't, they will just change the subject.  Creatards will never admit they are wrong.
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creatardkiller
RELIGION: THE ETIOLOGY OF MENTAL ILLNESS Hardcover – February 1, 2007 by Henry Jones MD. 7 reasons why religion is mental illness     I would like to propose that religious beliefs be placed in the DSM as a category of mental illness for the following reasons: (1) Hallucinations - the person has invisible friends who (s)he insists are real, and to whom (s)he speaks daily, even though nobody can actually see or hear  these friends. (2) Delusions - the patient believes that the invisible friends have magical powers to make them rich, cure cancer, bring about world peace, and will do so eventually if asked. (3) Denial/Inability to learn - though the requests for world peace remain unanswered, even after hundreds of years, the patients persist with the praying behaviour, each time expecting different results. (4) Inability to distinguish fantasy from reality - the beliefs are contingent upon ancient mythology being accepted as historical fact. (5) Paranoia - the belief that anyone who does not share their supernatural concept of reality is "evil," "the devil," "an agent of Satan". (6) Emotional abuse - ­ religious concepts such as sin, hell, cause feelings of guilt, shame, fear, and other types of emotional "baggage" which can scar the  psyche for life. (7) Violence - many patients insist that others should share in their delusions, even to the extent of using violence.
JR Woods
Love it. I have never met an evolutionist yet that is as open as this one to criticisms to the evolutionary theory of origins. Evolution isn't science. Since there has never been more than speculation to back up the theory, it has nothing left but to fully devolve into an anti-society toward Christianity, and particularly the account of Genesis. This is Hovind's point when he shows the slide of evolution's theory of origins simply stating everything in opposite order to the account of Genesis. There is no evidence to back this change up. Evolutionary theory of origins is simply a fairy tale for non-believers of Christianity. Nice try though. 
Sean Squires
hahahaha, you're funny. 
sssssjjjj1
When you prove them wrong, they jail you.
kodofile
No evotard can stand toe to toe with Kent!
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TheOnlyOneKingElvis
Hovind is a wicked foolish creationist
kodofile
+GeoCoppens Nah,  he was conspired by evotards and atheists.
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Me J
It's too bad all these poor kids are being indoctrinated into evolution. Sad. And when you can't beat the truth with twisted logic... get rid of if, or in Kent's case throw it in jail. Cowards.
Jeremiah Green
Please pray for my family please pray that Jesus gets us out of our situation we fled from satanic ritual abuse in 1993 from Raymond Cheseldine gaver my fathers adopted father and his associates they have never stopped harming please pray that Jesus unionifies my brothers and sisters and our whole family into a better situation 
robert duffy
Genoming of disease sets
robert duffy
Vaccines.
Joseph Nordenbrock
I like Rainbows approach and personality. Hovind is like a fast talking salesman.

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