Friday, December 29, 2006

Intelligent Design vs. Evolution: The Board Game!!!

This is not a parody.



Evangelistic, educational, entertaining.

At last, a board game that reveals the insanity of perhaps the greatest hoax of our times -- the unscientific "theory of evolution."

"Intelligent Design vs Evolution" is unique in that the playing pieces are small rubber brains and each team plays for "brain" cards. Each player uses his or her brains to get more brains, and the team with the most brains wins. It has been designed to make people think . . . and that's exactly what it does.

"Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron are doing much more than revealing the bankruptcy of molecules-to-man evolution. They have a greater purpose: proclaiming biblical authority and reaching the lost with the precious gospel message. Enjoy this wonderful family game as you also become better equipped to defend our precious Christian faith." -- Ken Ham, President, Answers in Genesis.

Emphasis original. Via Friendly Atheist.

8 comments:

snaars said...

Gadzooks! I lament for the future.

CyberKitten said...

Oh... snaars... Your Blog has gone all 'invitation only'...

Wassup???

asher said...

Did you see the "Evolution" game...they give you 5 bones of some creature that existed 3 billion years ago and based on that you have to draw a picture of what it probably looked like. Then you can call it whatever you like, how it lived and what it ate and then make up a story of how it became extinct. The one who comes closest to the defintions prepared by evolutionary scientists (now, there's an oxymoron) wins highest points.

Chana said...

This is...ridiculous.

Baal Habos said...

Very smart of them, targeting the kids.

swurgle said...

They learned from the tobacco companies...

Foilwoman said...

How does this show that intelligent design trumps evolution (which it doesn't)? I thought the game showed that Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron are highly unlikely to be the founders of the next Hasbro or Milton Bradley or anything like that.

Amenhotep said...

"Small rubber brains". That says all you need to know about "Intelligent Design".