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Creationist Videos

Found this link on the MOMYS board. Have fun watching!


  1. My son loves Hovind. I though have issues with his not paying taxes since the bible says to render unto Ceasar's what is Ceasers. I have trouble putting faith in someone who would do something so blatantly wrong.

  2. Oh, great. I didn't investigate the guy's whole life before posting the link!! I should know better than to do that.

    Well, I thought the videos (what I saw of them) were interesting. BTW, take when I post a bit of wisdom or a quote from someone with a grain of salt. Usually I'm just throwing up ideas and such for what it's worth and figuring my readers (well, the ones that stick around) can eat the meat and leave the bones.


  3. Please do not think i was trying to insult you. I let my son watch them as much as he wants since I agree with his creationist views and it keeps him interested in that subject. I just personally do not like him. The reason the site you listed is called Free Hovind though is because he is in jail for the next ten years for tax evasion.

  4. LOL DOUBLE OH NO!! I didn't mean to insult you back. I just meant doggone it, it seems everyone always has something ya know?

    I'm not sure I agree with all this guy's science but thought he had some interesting perspectives.

  5. I LOVE this guy!

    He's in jail for tax evasion from what I hear. He's very least the way it's become so big and powerful...

  6. Dear Mrs. C
    I loved reading your blog. I think we have a lot in common! I have an ADDH son (26), have taught autistic and other neurologically challenged children. At the moment I am homeschooling a mentally challenged girl (13). She was in my class last year and her parents asked me to homeschool her. I love the challenge. I have bookmarked your blog


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