Despite televangelist Pat Robertson‘s long history of saying batshit crazy things, he’s always been weirdly pro-science when it comes to evolution and Creationism.
He has said for years that Creationists’ belief in a young Earth “wasn’t inspired by the Lord,” that “you have to be deaf, dumb, and blind to think that this Earth that we live in only has 6,000 years of existence,” and that trying to rationalize a young Earth “just doesn’t compute.”
Last year, he claimed that God didn’t create the Earth in six “literal 24-hour days” but rather six “galactic” days. Whatever that means.
He used that tactic against yesterday when trying to reconcile the differences between the Book of Genesis and reality for a viewer who couldn’t make sense of it: (follow link for video)
The Geriatric Old Fart is dribbling torrents of shit again I see.
Big Sky Daddy 'created the Earth in 6 Universal days, did he/she/it?
Well, according to Astronomers, who I trust more than the Goat-herders Guide to the Galaxy btw,
Don't ya just love it when biblical literalist Christians start telling us that words we are supposed to believe are inerrant don't really mean what they typically mean? How can anyone believe the Bible is without error if the words in it don't mean what they say?
This is Religious "Newspeak".
In my church daze believers thought our troubles would soon be over when Pat ran for president.