“So shalt thou put evil away from among you”

P. Z. Myers shared a link to a wonderful account of a science teacher responding effectively to the inane “were you there?” question that Ken Ham and other ignoramuses think are clever. Click through to read it.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/tuibguy Mike Haubrich

    I was there, in a way. I was also in a supernova billions and billions of years ago.

  • sarah

    were you there when matthew 5:22 was written? it is not necessary to act like a third grader and call names in order to make a point, and it is not following Christ. make your points in a respectful, dignified manner, and people can evaluate your reasoning. call names and you will be discounted as an immature child.

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/exploringourmatrix/ James F. McGrath

      Indeed. Although we can perhaps forgive a child in school for still being immature, those adults like Ken Ham who encourage children to behave in this reprehensible way are the ones that really deserve criticism.