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..."