12/12/2012 1:56:00 PM Another steaming pile Dear Editor,
Nancy Miller's 546 word (unedited?) rant demanding respect from the publisher last week was just another example of verbal manure we are all good at producing - Mr. Forhan did print your letter in his paper after all. How disrespectful is that?
I hereby contribute my own steaming pile to the heap. There were 17 constructive words towards the end of her [Miller's] letter. They were: "Before we can solve real world problems, we all have to live in the same real world" For a long time it was impossible for us all to "live in the same real world" because some of us believed we were created and others believed we randomly evolved from some sort of pond scum. These evolutionists based their belief (faith) on science.
Well, it is becoming obvious science is proving life had to have been designed, which demands the presence of intelligence. There is no such thing as a "simple cell." At last, we can all "live in the same real world" unless you want to continue to believe in theories, missing links, and circular reasoning without the crutch of science to back you up. At last we all find ourselves in the same intelligently designed world! Huh! Guess what? There is a 2000 plus year old book that claims to explain this. Suppose we should read it? After all not all words are steaming piles. Next pile on the heap: Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.