I think I have shown you how Evolutionists lie on the other thread "Should Evolution be Taught in High School".<quoted text>
No, I am more than happy to back up my claims with logic and links. I don't think that my word alone makes things true.
So that is fail one in your post.
Next I see that you are lying about how evolutionists think that things happened. Evolutionists do not think that "things just happened" or that they happened "by luck". It seems like most other creationists that you are totally ignorant about the theory of evolution.
And your next statement is totally bass ackwards. It is creationists who always, always, always lie and have no clue about science.
You may be a sock puppet of one of the creatards on this site, but I will give you the benefit of the doubt. If you want to engage in a debate there are a few rules I run by. These rules of course apply to me as they do to my opponents. All quotes must be proper quotes. Too many creationists lie by quote mining and by other means. So to be a proper quote you must not only quote an article, you must link an article. Otherwise it is too easy for creationists to lie about what was actually meant by the quote. As I said, I will do the same with any quotes that I make. Sources that site real science are preferred of course, that means having ultimate sources that went through the peer review process.
Also you must clearly state your beliefs and be willing to defend them. That means what you must state what you believe happened, you do not get try to define your beliefs by saying what you believe did not happen. And again, that rule applies to me too.
So are you ready to back up your claims or are you going to run away like yellow coward like President Starkey, wolverine, Langoliers, and others have done?
Don't think for a minute that if people leave they have lost - most of us have real lives that we have to live and this posting can become too much sometimes. I enjoy these debates because often the person pontificating on evolution have really no understanding of science. Some of the worst are teachers who have a limited training in science yet they are such believers in the evolutionary dogma that they cannot think for themselves or even really comprehend the science.