I Wasn’t Going to Watch it Anyway

Here’s a humorous review on the movie 10,000 BC. It’s funny up until the end at least.

My biggest fear is that a bunch of teachers will take their classes to see this movie to teach them about human history. Because, you know, it’s educational. I can’t decide if it’s worse to propagate 10,000 BC as evolutionary theory, or to propagate intelligent design as a theory of evolution. I think it may be an even match in the end.

What in the world does this movie have to do with evolution or ID science? Why does the author feel the need to drag ID into this and denigrate it? It’s telling when even movie reviewers feel the need to attack ID. This shows the lengths that the Darwinista will go to protect their fragile worldview.

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