Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Answers in Genesis - an evil organization

Now that you've seen this truly evil and untrue advertisement for Jesus from Answers in Genesis, watch the video.

These are very sick puppies!



If you're interested in reading the truth about Sweden (and the other Scandinavian countries and their "godless" societies), pick up a copy of Phil Zuckerman's book, Society Without God.

From Cynical C via Adult Christianity.

10 comments:

Mark Looy said...

Jacob: The "Swedish" billboard is a fake. Photo-shopped by someone who doesn't like us. ML

Anonymous said...

Jacob: The "Swedish" billboard is a fake. Photoshopped by someone (we don't know who) who doesn't like us. Mark

Jacob said...

Okay. I'll take your word for it.

I don't know you, so I have no personal animosity toward you. I think your organization, however, is a scandal, peddling mythological nonsense as "truth," deceiving millions of naive and ignorant folks all over the world.

Anonymous said...

My wife designs billboards. If this is a real billboard, I don't think they had a designer do it. The choice of black over that image makes several of the words difficult to read, particularly when you consider that it should be designed to be legible at 60mph.

I've also seen images of this billboard before and it didn't have that copy on it. Perhaps it's another version of the original but it appears to be a photoshop job.

I'm just speculating.. but I'm not convinced it's real.

That said.. FU Answers in Genesis. Anti-intellectualism is the real culture war in the US and you're the enemy.

Jacob said...

Anonymous. It appears you are right re: the legitimacy of the billboard.

You are also very correct in your last statement!

Anonymous said...

No one better lay a finger on my Butterfinger.

...or I'll kill ya.

Regards,
Uwe Svensenjammer

Green Eagle said...

"Answers in Genesis"

Because Genesis had so much in it about Sweden.

Jacob said...

@ Uwe - Heh, heh!

Professor Chaos said...

That video doesn't even make sense. It sounds to me like it's God's fault that the kid is shooting me because I don't matter to him. I'm not sure what they're trying to say, but I assume it's that since God doesn't matter to the kid, neither do any humans? Something like that?

BC said...

As an Australian, I apologise for Ken Ham and the distorted lies the man's life is based upon.

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