Not Really News But: All true, verifiable, observational science strongly supports the Bible’s account of origins

In a letter to the Independent Mail, Anderson, South Carolina, Steve LeMay states that "All true, verifiable, observational science strongly supports the Bible’s account of origins." Of course, the comments are disabled, so we can't ask Mr. LeMay to back up his statement with, oh say, actual facts!

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Comments are disabled for all letters to the editor on that site. Which is kinda dumb considering those types of opinion pieces are usually there to stir up conversation...

It could use a follow up letter to the editor maybe, or a letter to Steve LeMay.
Wow, that letter is so full of choice bits of bullshit.

> I would argue that it is the godless among us who are the main polluters of the earth.
> Consider the substantial litter along our roads.


Umm, yeah, which is why most liberal, new-agey, tree huggers are fundamentalist Christians.

> The “delusion and irrational concept” is naturalistic evolution, which is bankrupt of any
> verifiable scientific facts.


I really want to know what this guy thinks 'verifiable' means.
> Wow, that letter is so full of choice bits of bullshit.

I am a river to my people.
Well of course the bible is totally reliable as a history document. Why would someone make up a story to sell a story? Why require evidence when we can depend on the absolute altruism of the scriptural authors? And an opinion piece on the internet that says it's true and says it has lots and lots of backers?

I'm convinced! 8D

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