PZ Myers writes a popular blog about creationism, evolution, atheism, religion, and biology.
He sometimes posts emails from those who disagree with his views.
In I get email he inserted his reactions within the email. Funny stuff.
Thanks for removing all doubt as to what will be taught at U-Morris. [Yes. We will be teaching science, not creationism.] My daughter was considering attending after she graduates next year. [Good for her! She sounds like a smart young woman already] That will not be the case anymore. [I am very sorry to hear that—she clearly needs a good education to correct the indoctrination of her father. But then, any good school she gets into will teach her the same things I would]
15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense:
Embarrassingly, in the 21st century, in the most scientifically advanced nation the world has ever known, creationists can still persuade politicians, judges and ordinary citizens that evolution is a flawed, poorly supported fantasy.
The arguments that creationists use are typically specious and based on misunderstandings of (or outright lies about) evolution…
…the following list rebuts some of the most common “scientific” arguments raised against evolution. It also directs readers to further sources for information and explains why creation science has no place in the classroom.
Published in July 2002, but new to me. An interesting read.