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A Pagan Review Of The New Creation Museum

This article reviewing the new Creation Museum in suburban Cincinnati was found safely and snugly nestled between ads for gay bars, strip clubs, massage parlors, escort services and personal ads in a local Cincinnati Fish-Wrap and Bird-Cage Liner known as City Beat.

You won’t have to read very far for the ad hominem attacks to begin, with phrases like “intellectual molestation,” “fraud” and “ignorance is a form of terrorism” peppered throughout the article. Apparently Ken Ham has struck a nerve and the pagans and atheists are howling and calling for him to be immediatel and permanently silenced by whatever means necessary. Nice work Mr. Ham!

How many logical fallacies can you find being employed by the writer and the scientists?

Let us know by leaving a comment below.

Posted in Commentary, Public Policy Principles News.


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  1. Camp Director says

    WOW! The Creation Museum is clearly a splinter in the side of the scientific naturalist-materialist community. A big, ugly, painful splinter. Normally scientific types pride themselves on avoiding logical fallacy and engaging in “reasoned analysis.” But when the basis of their worldview is questioned- the claws and teeth come out and all illusion of remaining logically aloof being “only interested in answering questions” is shattered.

    It is kind of fun to watch the author of this article get caught in his own trap. In an analysis of the 1925 Scopes trial (this subject ALWAYS seems to come up in these discussions, doesn’t it?) he writes”…Inherit the Wind, a play of the 1950s and film of the 1960s that shaped how many viewed the creationism debate was not so much about creationism as it was about…conformity of thought…” Really? Conformity of thought? Isn’t that exactly what Dr. Gene Kritsky is demanding during his interview? Of course it is, but from his perspective he can do exactly that because his belief (note I wrote belief- as in faith) is the correct one. Catholics, think twice about sending your kids to the College of Mt. St. Joseph in Cincinnati where they will be taught by the likes of Dr. Gene Kritsky.