ID?Well if I was the designer I would probably know enter than to have my design suffer with bad ideas like wisdom teeth and an appendix to start with. The reproductive organs right by the christhole is probably a bad idea as well. Not to mention how fcked up the eye is!
Maybe the laughing stock of the world DI should rename it, ignorant design?
Hmmm - what is intelligent about disease?
What created all of these and why?
For the Xtian believer, these strange events are nothing more than the mysterious ways of God. To a freethinker, the alleged phenomena are an indicative subset of the widespread superstitious beliefs held by our ancestors. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of ridiculous statements made by the authors of the Bible. Whether you enjoy reading about plumb lines or talking donkeys, the Xtian religion carries more than its fair share of absurdities. In fact, some of the biblical reports are illogical enough to disqualify explanations through supernatural means.
However, we still havenít fully covered the absurdity of Godís presence. Most poets, prophets, and historians certainly believed him to be a human-like personage. God shoots flames from his mouth and smoke from his nostrils like a dragon (Psalms 18:8).
God has eyes, ears, a nose, a mouth, a finger, a hand, a back, loins, and feet just to name a few of his physical human attributes.
1st God doesnít want anyone to boil a young goat in its motherís milk (14:21). If youíre going to boil a young goat in milk, is it that much more deviant to do it in its motherís? Why is an eternal, omnipotent god concerned with such trivial and outdated matters?
This god also doesnít want you to plow a field with an ox and a donkey on the same yoke (22:10).
God gives no reason for this useless regulation. Instead of making certain that his holy word included clear abolishment of slavery so that millions of his creations wouldnít needlessly suffer, God decides to set foolish rules for plowing fields and boiling goats. This should provoke indignation from any moralistically reasonable person, regardless of religious conviction.
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