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  1. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur about 17 hours ago

    Science exists all around the world and yet only the Christian worldview can lay claim on it? That’s arrogant. What about the Muslim worldview, the Jewish worldview, the Hindu worldview, the Buddhist worldview, the Taoist worldview, and so on? They have no say on science?

    By the way, facts interpreted with bias are no longer facts but opinions. Facts and evidence need to be viewed through an unbiased lens if science has a chance to move forward.

    I can see you’re really worked up about this by your rambling on things that are not only conceited but also impractical, and the only source you have to fall back on are the first few stories in a scripture book. You’re taking literally what was not meant to be taken literally. The Bible gives us an understanding of faith, not an understanding of how the physical world works. If Creationists cannot present anything practical to science, which is a recurring pattern with them, then how do they hope to be taken seriously? They can’t, but they often dismiss all other findings in favor of God having all the answers. Operational science does all the work and historical science through a particular worldview takes the credit? That’s not science, that’s corruption.

    FYI, I rarely watch TV and only saw a few episodes of CSI in my life.

  2. Say What? commented on Peanuts 1 day ago

    If Lucy is as good with hockey pucks as she is with baseballs, hopefully the puck will hit her in the head.

  3. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    The father has the supportive part of parenting down, and given Danae’s reaction to his support, it’s time for the father to exercise the discipline part of parenting.

  4. Say What? commented on Calvin and Hobbes 1 day ago

    Some people seem to prefer the quick and easy answers, and get annoyed when effort is required to reach a goal. I can understand this reaction from children like Calvin and that’s what makes it funny. I would hope adults realize this humor.

  5. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    So opinion and philosophy are used to create this “historical science”? Stick to the fundamentals and the biblical worldview, and screw the evidence, the established scientific laws, and the curiosity, huh? We weren’t around to see it, so how can we prove it? What’s the point? I guess the mysteries of nature like evolution and the Big Bang should be considered atheistic, if that’s what the better worldview insists.

    If, for example, someone commits a crime in your home while no one and nothing else is there to witness it, I hope historical science will help solve that non-repeatable occurrence in the past.

    But hey, who knows? Our Lord works in atheistic, er, I mean, mysterious ways.

  6. Say What? commented on Peanuts 2 days ago

    If only Snoopy would give that look to school boards.

  7. Say What? commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 days ago

    Shortcomings must be the theme of this sculpture.

  8. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago

    Where does responsibility come into play when profitability is all that seems to matter?

  9. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago

    Don’t look at me. You’re the one with the running record in these comment sections who attacks science for what you cannot explain and labeling it as something you show no regard for.

  10. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 3 days ago

    Atheism being what doesn’t fall in line with your understanding of religion, which apparently has trouble filling a teaspoon.