Thursday, February 25, 2010

Discovery Institute a religious or secular organization?

The Discovery Institute is a money laundering business for creationism. They promote "Intelligent Design" as if, but it is simply a marketing effort to snake oil creationism as a science, which it is not. The best and only thing Intelligent Design offers is life is complex and I cannot figure out how it came about so God did it. That is not science. That is supposed to be logic but it is flawed which I wrote about yesterday.

Straight from their lying web page.

Is intelligent design based on the Bible?

Is Discovery Institute a religious organization?
Discovery Institute is a secular think tank, and its Board members and Fellows represent a variety of religious traditions, including mainline Protestant, Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, and agnostic.

Let's see ... a Christian ... a Christian ... a Christian ... a Jew ... and a inbreed cousin who sits around repeating I don't know I don't know.

I see it is not based on religion, because I don't see a Hindu, Shinto, Buddhist, Islamic among them. Must be Judeo-Christian organization with a token guy who does not know and apparently can add anything. Last time I checked that is not secular.

Perhaps this group should familiarize themselves with Exodus 20
You shall not bear false witness

Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science.
-- Charles Darwin

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