Dec 19, 2014

More Evolutionary Nonsense from Bill Nye the Science Guy

Remember Bill Nye?  He's the scientist who hosted the children's television show Bill Nye the Science Guy.  Bill also released a video that urges parents who reject evolution to not teach their beliefs to their children.

(You can read more about that at this link.)
who hosted the children's television show Bill the Science Guy, recently released a video that attacks Biblical creationism and urges parents who reject evolution not to teach their beliefs to their children.
- See more at: http://www.relevantchildrensministry.com/2012/08/bill-nye-science-guy-says-creation-is.html#sthash.27TJqGaF.dpuf
who hosted the children's television show Bill the Science Guy, recently released a video that attacks Biblical creationism and urges parents who reject evolution not to teach their beliefs to their children.
- See more at: http://www.relevantchildrensministry.com/2012/08/bill-nye-science-guy-says-creation-is.html#sthash.27TJqGaF.dpuf

Well, he's back and this time he's using Emoji's to teach kids more evolutionary nonsense.  He says the earth is 4.54 billion years old.

As you watch the video, notice how he says, "somehow" and "accidently" and "probably."  Talk about faith!  It takes more faith to believe evolution than it does creation.  I'll stick with "In the beginning, God created..."

4 comments:

I feel this post seriously undermines this blog as it seems to have a lack of love and sensitivity. As Christians we must acknowledge that evolution has a large quantity of evidence that supports it rather than creation and many devout Christians both support evolution and maintain their faith. I am disappointed that this article seeks to mock evolution and shut it down, rather than engage with it. The very thing Bill Nye is trying to do is to let children come to conclusions themselves. We should be equipping children to choose to follow Jesus, not "believe what we tell you" and showing we can discuss issues with grace and love. And praise God that the world is so much more complex and amazing than there is space to record in those first couple of chapters of Genesis...

In the beginning I'm ignoring Reality and lying to my children is what you mean. One sentence of Bill Nye is worth all the murdering dribble and Bronze Age nonsense in the bible.

Thank you for taking time to leave a comment. I do believe there is one thing we can agree on. It takes faith to believe either one of our viewpoints.

I agree that as Christians we must engage with culture and science. It is fascinating how much science actually supports a Biblical view of creation. We ALL (scientist, theologians, students) tend to interpret the exact same data through our own framework. The Bible is an excellent framework through which to interpret science. Christians who believe in evolution are missing some significant pieces of doctrine. Of utmost importance is that man is created in the image of God. This is different from all other living beings. This key point is lost if man evolved. I could go on, but there is much written on this subject, better than I can explain.
We must pray that the Holy Spirit will open our eyes to understand Truth and that we might be full of grace and wisdom as we share this Truth.

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