This part of your website interested me greatly:
“So.. to the majority members of the Kansas School Board: Why are you so hell-bent on this? Where are your supporters? Have them contact me, because I have yet to hear a single explanation of why faith-based theories should be taught in science classrooms.”
Are you really trying to make the argument that while creationism theories require absolute faith and have no scientific evidence behind them,(which I wouldnt argue) belief in the Big Bang theory of creation does not require equal or even greater faith? I think that is a very foolish, ignorant, and hypocritical standpoint, especially coming from someone who screams so loudly about impartiality.
Lets look at this more simply:
Theory A: All of the matter in the universe was created by an all powerful being (God in our case), everything that exists stems from his will and this is why we see so much purpose and logic in our world.
Theory B: All of the matter in the universe came to be through instant imacculate conception, and for SOME reason (note scientists even today can give no valid logical scientific basis for why or how such an event as the big bang would occur, just that it DID, again no faith required here) all of this matter exploded and created one big fucking universe. But this isnt even the end of this line of thinking, now we have to get down to the animal level here on earth. Science says there is a system called “natural selection”, so here science is claiming that there is actually an intelligent force driving the evolution of plants and animals on this planet. So in fact there is a creator, its called “mother nature”. This system/organism/being/creature/lifeforce whatever you want to call it, has been driving the survival needs of all creatures for quite some time, is responsible for creating US, the greatest living things we know to exist, and yet EVEN this “mother nature” cannot accept the title of God, because scientists wouldnt admit to it.
So in reality, not only are evolutionists worshipping another being, but they openly deny it at the same time. Please tell, what requires more faith.
My suggestion? Get all of this bullshit out of the schools, when you can prove something, you can teach it, until then, behave yourself.
Mr. Henderson’s pseudo-Letter is smarmy, jejune, not humorous in the least, but incontrovertible scientific evidence that its author is, in fact, be the missing link between homo sapiens and lower primates.[Corrected version of original e-mail immediately below. Please have the academic courtesy and decency to include only the corrected version on your website.]
“Mr. Henderson’s pseudo-Letter is smarmy, jejune, not humorous in the least, but incontrovertible scientific evidence that its author is, in fact, the missing link between homo sapiens and lower primates.”
-Alexander F. C. Webster, Ph.D.