In a lesson plan for Christian middle schoolers, Christian graduate students in Education have a specific purpose:
Purpose: By the end of this lesson, students will have a better understanding of Genesis 1:1 – “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” There are basically two religions competing for the minds, hearts, and loyalties of intelligent man. One of the religions is Christianity; the other religion is evolution. Students will be equipped to defend their Christian belief in a Creator who created… out of nothing.
You know this is going to be good.
Not surprisingly, there are mistakes everywhere. But the best error comes when the grad students attempt to show the problems that the evolutionists have not solved.
Like the problem of the creation of human life.
Tiny Frog jumps all over that:
[S]cientists have computed that to provide a single protein molecule by chance combination would take 10262 years. Take thins pieces of paper and write “1” and then zeros after them – you would fill up the entire known universe with paper before you could write that number.
Wow. An amazing new fact I could only learn from a creationist! 10^262 cannot even be written! But, thanks to the *real-ultimate power* of the internets, we can actually see what this number looks like! (Warning, don’t print this webpage on your printer – it will use all the paper in the universe and still won’t be done printing!)
I think my servers just crashed.
This is reminiscent of the also-embarrassing Christian Science Fairs.
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