Agent of Satan – Bill Nye
Now we aren’t saying that Bill Nye himself is a card carrying Satanist. What we are saying though is that Bill Nye through his atheist beliefs is serving Satan and all those who seek to pervert and destroy the word of God, which is the Holy Bible.
Since “science guy” Bill Nye’s upcoming Feb. 4 debate with anti-evolutionist Ken Ham at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky., was made public a few weeks ago, atheist activists have spoken out fervently against the initiative.
Nye responded to evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, among other critics this week, and explained why, despite their frustration, he’s still planning to go head-to-head with Ham.
While atheists like Dawkins have warned that scientists engaging with creationists is ideologically dangerous and gives undue publicity to those who oppose evolution, Nye said that he wants to battle the anti-evolution sentiment that is still held by many Americans — a view that he believes could hamper the nation’s progression.
“Well I don’t think I’m going to win Mr. Ham over any more than Mr. Ham thinks he’s going to win me over, if I understand that expression ‘win over,’” he told HuffPost Live’s Josh Zepps in an interview this week. “Instead, I want to show people that this belief is still among us … it finds its way onto school boards in the United States.”
Nye, who once hosted PBS’s “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” said that he isn’t going into the debate with Ham as a scientist, but that he plans to debate evolution and creationism as “a reasonable man.”
“I’m not going in really as a scientist as such. I want to remind everybody — I’m a mechanical engineer,” Nye said. “I’m going in as a reasonable man and I think that to just call attention to this belief system has value.”
So rather than seeing his participation in the sold-out event as a detriment, Nye believes it is important to step into the debate to help the public better see his perspective.
“The guy challenged me to a duel. What am I gonna do?” he quipped.
On a more serious note, Nye said that he is “frightened” by the push for creationism in science textbooks and instruction.
“If the United States produces a generation of science students who don’t believe in science, that’s troublesome,” he said, reflecting past statements he’s made on the matter. “We want to raise the most scientifically literate students that we can.”
While Bill might be claiming that his motives are in the best interests of science and our future, he is too smart for that. Deep down he knows that he is going up to bat for Satanists in all their forms in an attempt to dispel Christianity as some kooky cult. If you haven’t watched the replay of the debate we would encourage you to do so. You can find replays on You Tube. Mr. Ham really does a good job at exposes the holes in the secular view on creation.