Hitler Believed in Evolution,
Rusty Carter has a degree in biblical studies from Colorado Christian University. His bling job is doing floor maintenance but his true passion is educating children by leading creationism tours at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science for a Christian school. Neither I nor the museum have any problem with that. They are being exposed to the exhibits at least so maybe some of them will develop an interest in science that will take them beyond Rusty's views. Anytime they spend outside the Truth Christian Academy is probably in their best interests. (Is floor maintenance like a euphemism for cleaning? You would think that if a floor was put in correctly it should pretty much sit there until it needed repair. Maybe they have Rusty spread out on it to keep it from curling up. I am sure there is a real job behind the term "floor maintenance" but it defiantly needs a more descriptive title if floor maintenance workers are to be taken seriously. They should also not make Rusty their spokesman if they want to be taken seriously as the following extraction of this article shows.
Carter goes for the drama. Hitler believed in evolution, he tells the students, but Carter is careful to emphasize he does not mean people who believe in evolution are racists.How careful of him. He just mentions it because it is educational. Not racist - just evil.
For a little hometown shock he calls Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, two Colorado teenagers who killed 13 people at Columbine High School before killing themselves, evolutionists.
I understand that they were gay, feminist, abortion doctors who were filing for divorce too. I am surprised to hear them described as evolutionists; I must have missed the science papers they published in the peer reviewed journal CRAZY-ASSED! The Journal of Darwinian Slaughtering. I am actually very pleased that they are learning creationism from Rusty. Even if they get fooled now, as the years progress and they hear the same tactics repeated over and over again, and watch how people in the wider world tear them to shreds logically speaking. They will think back on how the school they went to had a floor maintenance worker teach them science while using strawmen and sophistries to do it. In my opinion, Rusty is the best person to teach creationism.
In other news Georgia is getting an ice storm. Sources close to God say that he was aiming for Dover PA but with his new bifocals, Pat Robertson might have to hold his I-told-you-so's for a couple months.