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An [[/Editorial|Editorial]] I wrote soon after joining Conservapedia.
 
An [[/Editorial|Editorial]] I wrote soon after joining Conservapedia.
  
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== Muddled thinking ==
 
An anti-creationist comment on a blog, apparently under the self-delusion that this demonstrates something odd about creationist thinking.  I think it says more about ''his'' thinking, or lack thereof!
 
An anti-creationist comment on a blog, apparently under the self-delusion that this demonstrates something odd about creationist thinking.  I think it says more about ''his'' thinking, or lack thereof!
 
{{QuoteBox|So, creationists claim that fossil evidence does not support evolution, but then they use fossil evidence to support creationism. I needed a good laugh to start off the day.}}
 
{{QuoteBox|So, creationists claim that fossil evidence does not support evolution, but then they use fossil evidence to support creationism. I needed a good laugh to start off the day.}}
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Another web-site, despite at times saying complimentary things about be, twisted my comments [http://www.conservapedia.com/index.php?title=Talk:School_prayer&diff=399475&oldid=399211 here], wherein I said
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{{QuoteBox|You say that school prayer "...would leave out in the cold most Hindus, by implying that there was only one God", but don't explain what is wrong with this. To put it another way, what is wrong with a teacher telling the truth by saying that there is one God?}}
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...to be "paraphrased" as me saying...
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{{QuoteBox|How could anyone possibly object to people telling Hindus that their beliefs are [deleted]? Obviously my irrational superstitions are correct, and it is imperative that everyone understand this.}}
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It would seem that the Really Weird people of that site consider it unacceptable for a Christian to put their views, for fear of offending someone with different views.  Yet members of this same web-site obviously have no qualms about rubbishing ''my'' beliefs (and note, not just claiming that I'm incorrect, but in a derogatory way), my name-calling and straight-out insults, such as:
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* "PJR is a [deleted] idiot---i've alway said it, and always will. I don't give a flying [deleted] how amiable he is, he's an inflexible dolt."
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* "nutcase"
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* "despicable anti-science zealot"
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The hypocrisy is astounding.  But then what should you expect from atheists and their kind?  Truth and fairness have no foundation in atheistic beliefs (and even Richard Dawkins agrees with that).

Revision as of 03:48, 7 March 2008

To find out general information about me, see my user page on Wikipedia.

Philip J. Rayment
Christflag.jpeg This user has accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.
Bibleopened.jpeg This user reads the Bible in a straightforward or literal manner.
YEC This user is a Young Earth Creationist.
Earthsat.jpeg This user believes in an old Earth

  — 6,000 years old.

Exploding Planet.jpg This user believes that the Big Bang is coming. (2 Peter 3:10)
Australia map.gif This user is an Aussie, otherwise known as an okker, true blue, legend, dingo, or skip; lives in the Great South Land; and says things like gday mate and fair dinkum.
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This user missed the Great Donut War.

I have been an Administrator (sysop) on Conservapedia since being invited to be one early in April 2007.

Unless indicated otherwise from the context (issuing a warning or instruction, for example), any comments I make on talk pages should be considered to be from me as an editor, not as an Administrator.

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Editorial

An Editorial I wrote soon after joining Conservapedia.

Muddled thinking

An anti-creationist comment on a blog, apparently under the self-delusion that this demonstrates something odd about creationist thinking. I think it says more about his thinking, or lack thereof!

So, creationists claim that fossil evidence does not support evolution, but then they use fossil evidence to support creationism. I needed a good laugh to start off the day.

Another web-site, despite at times saying complimentary things about be, twisted my comments here, wherein I said

You say that school prayer "...would leave out in the cold most Hindus, by implying that there was only one God", but don't explain what is wrong with this. To put it another way, what is wrong with a teacher telling the truth by saying that there is one God?

...to be "paraphrased" as me saying...

How could anyone possibly object to people telling Hindus that their beliefs are [deleted]? Obviously my irrational superstitions are correct, and it is imperative that everyone understand this.

It would seem that the Really Weird people of that site consider it unacceptable for a Christian to put their views, for fear of offending someone with different views. Yet members of this same web-site obviously have no qualms about rubbishing my beliefs (and note, not just claiming that I'm incorrect, but in a derogatory way), my name-calling and straight-out insults, such as:

  • "PJR is a [deleted] idiot---i've alway said it, and always will. I don't give a flying [deleted] how amiable he is, he's an inflexible dolt."
  • "nutcase"
  • "despicable anti-science zealot"

The hypocrisy is astounding. But then what should you expect from atheists and their kind? Truth and fairness have no foundation in atheistic beliefs (and even Richard Dawkins agrees with that).