What do Carl Baugh and Answers in Genesis Have in Common?

Answer: they both have expressed appreciation for The Flintstones.

My copy of Answers Update came in the mail today, and on the flip side from the address label is a one-page article titled, “The Flintstones — Evolutionists’ Enemy?”

This popular cartoon program — going around the world for decades — goes against everything that evolutionists indoctrinate us in with regard to dinosaurs. You see, they believe that dinosaurs died out about 65 million years ago, and that no dinosaur lived at the same time as man. It’s a key part of evolutionary belief — one of the foundational doctrines.

Voltaire’s prayer comes to mind here.

Wesley R. Elsberry

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5 thoughts on “What do Carl Baugh and Answers in Genesis Have in Common?

  • 2008/07/10 at 2:06 am

    Well I don’t know anyone who “Hates” The Flintstones.

    Up until today I didn’t know of anybody (my 4 year included) who thought they were real.

    Will they be citing the Dinosaurs corroborating evidence?

  • 2008/07/10 at 8:47 am

    One only wonders what they think of The Jetsons.

  • 2008/07/10 at 9:37 am

    Could the quote you have in mind be:

    “I have only made but one prayer in my life: ‘O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.’ And God granted it.”

  • 2008/07/10 at 5:21 pm

    You know they have problems when ‘dinosaurs did not exist at the same time as humans’ is a foundational doctrine of the evolutionists. That’s a consequence of the theory, not a premise. If they can’t get that right, you’ve got to wonder what else they’ve got wrong.

    Hang on, I think we already know…

  • 2008/07/15 at 7:45 pm

    We’ve known for years that creationists view The Flintstones as a documentary, no?

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