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|Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Oct. 31 2007,17:01)|
|Quote (Mr_Christopher @ Oct. 31 2007,11:16)|
|Invisible worlds populated with winged humanoids, intelligent designers, hidden messages in the bible (the bible codes), where do Bill Dimski's mental illnesses end?|
Interesting to note that angels are close relatives of fairies. One has insect wings and the other has bird wings. The both seem to share a common ancestor. I wonder why the bible is not keen on people with insect wings and seems to prefer bird winged humanoids instead.
What's ironic is if you were to profess a belief in leprechauns, fairies, or nats, Bill would laugh at you as being deluded. Refuse to believe in angels, however, and Bill accuses you of not being 'wise' and 'denying those aspects of reality that are inconvenient to your world-picture'.
I'm sure he has a good reason for this, tho.
Yup indeedy. He has a prior commitment to a specific religious set of claims that he is desperately attempting to validate with some scintilla of scientific credibility because he is, at some subconscious level, well aware of the paucity of evidence for those claims on which he bases his worldview. Combine this with a demonstrable arrogance, a lack of humility, a desire to see people think as he does as he proselytises for his faith, and you have Dembski.