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Kirk Cameron

Plays the Hitler Card

9/22/2009 6:10 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Evangelical actor Kirk Cameron is on a serious crusade against Charles Darwin -- connecting the scientist's most famous and significant work to Adolf Hitler.

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To commemorate the upcoming 150th anniversary of Darwin's "Origin of Species" -- Kirk has released a 6-minute long video on his evangelical website bashing Darwin's book along with C.D.'s famous theory of evolution.

In the video attack -- which Kirk made to promote the release of a reworked, creationist edition of "Origin of Species" -- Kirk essentially calls Darwin a racist, a woman-hater and claims Darwin's theory has an "undeniable connection" with Hitler.

But it gets better -- Kirk claims he will be embarking on a college tour, in the hopes of infiltrating the minds of America's future "lawyers, doctors and politicians."

To quote Kirk, "These students aren't stupid."

Let's hope not.

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Paparazzo@frog.cc    

Holy Mother of Obama!

After more than 210 hours, this thread is still alive! And I think the atheists have won this battle.

That idiot TheWillOfGod actually posted a 4th challenge on people with HIV and prayer, and TMZ took his post down!!!

I think all his studies are flawed by virtue of the fact that no one can control the prayers of the non-prayer group's family and friends. So we'll never know if prayers works or not. Commonsense says that prayers only help the people who do the praying feel better.

Comalitej, don't let the Creationist have the last word! Will check in periodically.

1745 days ago
47.

mia    

Just wanted to say "hi". :) I'm not leaving til this thread has been silent for more than a month. :)

1745 days ago
48.

comalitej    

@God Loves,Jesus Saves: I agree that the hacker who keeps posting as other people here is really a pain. Must be a really sad, pathetic excuse for a person if that’s the only joy s/he can find in life.

@College Educated Science Worker: along those lines, I think I’m going to use Jesus’s example and try a parable. Jesus was rather big on parables.

A Creationist that asketh a scientist about “gaps in the fossil record” and “transitional fossils” is likened unto a math kook who asketh a mathematician about “gaps in the number line” and “transitional numbers.”

For behold, this math kook believeth not in numbers that hath more than one digit after its decimal point. Yea, he doth challenge the mathematician to sheweth unto him a “transitional number” between, sayeth, 2.6 and 2.7, for he doth not believe that such numbers existeth.

Thus saith the mathematician unto the kook: “2.65.”

Then shalt the kook say unto the mathematician, “Verily, thine example doth indeed be a number between 2.6 and 2.7, which I kneweth not existeth. But lo! Now there doth be TWO gaps where before there wast just one: between 2.6 and 2.65, AND between 2.65 and 2.7!”

1744 days ago
49.

mia    

I think the theists gave up. Too much logic here for them.

Have you all seen "The God Who Wasn't There?" Highly recommended, very entertaining film, a good one to watch with your other atheists pals. There are some clips on YouTube, if you like them then buy the DVD, it has lots of extras including interviews with Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, Robert Price (who I adored), and others.

1744 days ago
50.

PASSION OF THE TAINT    

Kirk and all,

The reason both sides are at war on this blog, is because you are both wrong…

There is only one theory that explains the most and seems logical.
Please watch this YouTube clip.

I’m not saying I totally believe, but this theory explains all the goofy religious stories and selfish atheists believing in nothingness…


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iH66LramO8U

1744 days ago
51.

LOVEtheXFACTOR    

Hey TAINT...what does this have to do with Atheists ?? We don't believe in GOD(S). That doesn't mean we don't believe in UFOs and Extraterrestrials because I do and always have. Even if there is proof of ET's, does that mean they are literally 'GODS'? No... "GODS" are what they were referred to by ancient peoples who created mythology around them because they could not understand the concept of alien beings.

So are you trying to make an argument for "intelligent design" ? If it refers to ID in relation to technology, then yeah...ID came from beings that didn't exist within the realms of this planet. As far as ID as a "creationist" theory... I believe it's total BS. We're talking two distinctly different planes of thought here.

Selfish ? WTF ? We're "selfish" because we believe in one LESS god than everyone else ? Because we don't believe in superstition and mythology ? PUHLEZ.

1744 days ago
52.

TheWillOfGod    

Darwin wrote:

The more civilized so-called Caucasian races have beaten the Turkish hollow in the struggle for existence. Looking to the world at no very distant date, what an endless number of the lower races will have been eliminated by the higher civilized races throughout the world. - Life and Letters, p. 318.

1744 days ago
53.

mia    

Creation, so happy to see that you're reading Darwin's writings. Good for you. I highly recommend that you take a course on logical fallacies, and when you're done I suggest that you re-read your creationist material. There will be a quiz.

1744 days ago
54.

garth    

what a joke cameron's become. though from what i understand, he was an evil SOB on his only claim to fame, growing pains, terrorizing his castmates and studio alike. some things never change.

1744 days ago
55.

LOVEtheXFACTOR    

Woo hoo !!! Evolutionists have gained another point... 67% to 33%. Creationists are going to embarrass themselves into oblivion soon enough. More people are "wising up" to the HOAX that these religious CULTS and their "demonic sheeple" have been forcing on mankind all these years. And NO.. I don't believe in DEMONS but I do believe that people are capable of "DEMONIC" actions. Spreading the LIE of religion is just one of them.

1744 days ago
56.

truthspeaker    

It's true. Few people know this, but the Beagle was actually a time machine. Darwin used it to travel to the 16th Century and help Martin Luther write "On the Jews and Their Lies".

1744 days ago
57.

mia    

Creation and aaagadets, so happy to see that you're reading Darwin's writings. Good for you. I highly recommend that you both take a course on logical fallacies, and when you're done I suggest that you re-read your creationist material. There will be a quiz.

"I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do because I notice it always coincides with their own desires." -Susan B. Anthony

1744 days ago
58.

Justin    

What's that saying? The fire burns brightest just before it goes out?

One day people will wake up and realize people like Kirk here are the real bad people.

1743 days ago
59.

Jim    

Why is this a life and death situation? Oh Kirk, look how far you've fallen.

1743 days ago
60.

TheWillOfGod    

Darwin wrote:

Caucasian Race: This race is distinguished for the facility with which it attains the highest intellectual endowments. . . The spontaneous fertility of [this race] has rendered it the hive of many nations, which extending their migrations in every direction, have peopled the finest portions of the earth, and given birth to its fairest inhabitants

Mongolians: So versatile are their feelings and actions, that they have been compared to the monkey race, whose attention is perpetually changing from one object to another

American Natives: Their mental faculties, from infancy to old age, present a continued childhood. . . . [they] are not only averse to the restraints of education, but for the most part are incapable of a continued process of reasoning on abstract subjects.

Negro: In disposition the Negro is joyous, flexible, and indolent; while the many nations which compose this race present a singular diversity of intellectual character, of which the far extreme is the lowest grade of humanity.

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