The cure for cults that want to deny others
their freedom of speech is more freedom of speech
-- Fredric Rice

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Creationist Cults

The notoriously bizarre Institute for Creation Research (sic) cult routinely publishes equally bizarre religious notions which they wish to pretend are some how scientific. This text file takes some of the cult's own bizarre publications and takes a look at them in extract to show just how nutty (verging on the insane) these "Modern Day Flat Earth Society" nuts actually are.

Copyright by The Skeptic Tank, 2002, all rights reserved. Permission is granted to disseminate this criticism freely provided no fees or costs are associated with the document's free distribution among academia and the lay public.


Let's see if we can find anything of value in this cult propaganda piece that relates to Creationism. It doesn't look hopeful so far yet I thought I saw something. Ah, here it is:

-- Begin quoted text in extract -=-

The founders of our nation had carefully considered the teaching of centuries concerning how man should relate to God, how man should relate to man, and how government should encourage those right relationships...

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And in so doing the framers of the Constitution and the founders of the United States decided to deliberately vote against including any gods or goddesses in the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, or any aspect of the new government. I wonder why the ICR unsalted nut "forgot" to mention that fact. In fact there were a number of attempts to get the Christian deity constructs mentioned in the documents being created to define the new nation being created. In all cases votes were held and the inclusion of such occultism was voted against. Cultists who wanted their Christian gods named in the documents which founded tjhe United States had a habit of walking out of the proceedings and it's amusing to note that some of them weren't signatory to the documents because they stupidly walked out in anger because their gods weren't mentioned.

Let's see if this ICR propaganda piece devolves into a nutty rant against biological sciences, shall we?

Well, no, there was a lengthy, lliterate, nut rant about economics but I couldn't find any nutter creationist ranting in this piece. The fact that the United States is not and never was a "Christian nation" is self evident anyway.


Any text written by the creationist cult which may be quoted within this criticial examination of the creationist cult is provided according to U. S. Code Title 17 "Fair Use" dictates which may be reviewed at http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.html


"You can lie about ICR all you want." -- Jason Daniel Henderson

"Thank you for your permission however there's never any need to.
Creationist propaganda is already self-debunking." -- Fredric L. Rice

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