Thursday, September 01, 2005

Darwin made me do it!

Got another jaw-dropper in my e-mail from Len Munsil of the Center on Arizona Policy. (Evenutally they'll archive it here, but as of posting this, it isn't up yet.)

HURRICANE KATRINA. A natural disaster like we are seeing unfold in the southeast has a way of reminding us of the things that matter most. In times of trial, our priorities change and our true character is revealed. For some, who have embraced the lies of moral relativism and evolution, a sudden state of nature leads to lawlessness, looting and animalistic violence. But for the majority of Americans, tribulation reveals our underlying greatness as a people, a greatness rooted in our historic faith. Acts of heroism, compassion and self- sacrifice flow from the virtues taught in an ancient book, a book that maintains a strong influence in what we refer to as the Bible belt.

Okay, let me get this straight. Being an evolutionist makes you a looter and the only heroes are his brand of Christian? Presumptuous much?

My thoughts and prayers are with all the victims, survivors, and heroes of Hurricane Katrina, no matter what their religious or political affiliation. You don't have to think like me to be a hero.


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