The Church of the Burning Stupid is keeping up its anti-science missionary efforts, as we can see here. This was submitted to the ACA Yahoogroup by one of its members who presumably lives in the area (Greeley, CO). He got it among his daily junk snail mail. It would be awesome if some educated folks could turn up to this farce and bombard the presenter, some dingaling named H.S. Rester, with awesome questions so that all and sundry could watch him squirm when he either cannot answer or simply resorts to the usual asinine creotard canards to do so.
The rest of the pamphlet promises to expose such horrors as "Evolution and the Antichrist Agenda" (that's Wednesday), and advises attendees, "Bring Your Bible and Your Mind, You Will Use Both." The latter won't be used much or very well, but at least the pamphlet does remind attendees to bring it in the first place, which is thoughtful, since most creationists just leave theirs laying around wherever.
Rester claims to be a "Christian with a strong scientific background" but the pamphlet only says he has a "BA from an inter-denominational Bible College/Seminary and is now completing his Masters of Divinity." It says nothing about, oh, you know, any advanced degrees in biology, biochemistry, or any of the other pertinent life sciences. So I suppose his "education" can be more or less dismissed, at least in terms of allowing him any actual expertise in the monumentally supported and unequivocally successful bedrock scientific theory he seems to think he can debunk with an ancient storybook. In terms of being able to parrot mindless twaddle and infantile myths handed down from 2000 year old sheep farmers and primitive clerics, I will only too gladly defer to his expertise. Just as I'm sure there's some twat here in town with encyclopedic knowledge of every X-Men comic ever published. Nothing against such a person, just don't pretend you're a freakin' biologist, okay?