... craetionists to the right of him, atheists to the left, Francis Collins, the man who mapped the human genome gets it from all sides: Faithful to God, Science. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)
There is a wide range of foolishness on display in this piece. You could base a lecture on logic on this one: " 'Not accepting the history in Genesis undermines the entire gospel,' said Ken Ham, president of a ministry called Answers in Genesis, which promotes creationism. 'The Bible says from dust we come and to dust we return. We don't return to an ape-man when we die.' "
Or this: " 'I could just as well say that there are 70 pink elephants revolving around the Earth,' said Herbert A. Hauptman, a Nobel laureate in chemistry. Science and faith 'are simply incompatible,' he added. 'There's no getting around it.' "
Obviously, neither of these guys has any grasp of how mythopoesis works.