Monday, June 29, 2009

Ya can't have it both ways, guys!!!

"Tiny fragments of bone" in the sarcophagus were subjected to carbon dating, showing they "belong to someone who lived in the first or second century," the pope said in a homily carried on Italian television.

So they believe that carbon dating is OK to 'authenticate' the bones of a supposed saint, but it's not OK to verify the theory of evolution???

I will let the hypocritical bullshit stand in evidence ~ it needs nothing more from me.

(full story here...)


Scrappy said...

This kind of crap makes me mad too! I beleive that science proves Biblical truth. I mean at one time scientist discovered that the world was round and not flat. The Catholic church had issues with that. The church acts out of fear. It is a shame that major scientist like Galelio had to do most of his research on in house arrest in a church because the church was threatened by science. People need to be confidant in their faith or leave it! This is why I have a problem with "church".

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