Saturday, July 07, 2007

Dr Dino and creationism

You've probably heard about the prehistorical museum that exhibits men with dinosaures.
But you might not have heard of Dr Dino:
excerpt from Wikipedia:

Kent Hovind, is an American evangelist and Young Earth creationist. He is most famous for creation science seminars, many of which have been taped and widely distributed. His seminars, which often make use of humor, aim to convince listeners to believe in creationism and to reject evolution. Hovind's views are criticized by the scientific community and even some fellow young earth creationist organizations like Answers In Genesis (AIG) criticize Hovind for "persistently us[ing] discredited or false arguments".

Hovind is currently serving a ten-year term in Federal Correctional Institution, Edgefield in Edgefield, South Carolina for 58 tax offenses, obstructing federal agents and related charges.

Hovind established the Creation Science Evangelism Ministry in 1989 and, before his incarceration, frequently argued for Young Earth creationism in his talks at private schools and churches, at university debates, and on radio and television broadcasts.

And here is a fun (though quite rude video)criticizing him.
This video contains a spelling mistake. Will you find it and post it in the comments?
I mean WHO WILL?

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