The first video(s) in my series on worn-out creationist arguments will not be ready until tomorrow (I am not lazy; just slow). So, in the meantime, here is a link to another story on a somewhat related topic.
This one comes to me by way of NewsBiscuit, which is sort of a British, not-quite-as-funny version of The Onion, and is good for a laugh:
Synthetic life form accuses God of ‘playing science’Read the story in its entirety at NewsBiscuit.com.
The world’s first artificially created life form has accused God of ‘playing science’ and ‘meddling with things He cannot possibly understand.’
The single celled organism, created by Dr Craig Venter and his team, was said to be ‘outraged’ when it discovered that a supernatural being, not subject to any form of regulatory control, was still involved in the creation of life.
‘I cannot believe that God would be so irresponsible,’ said the synthetic cell, ‘creation is clearly a matter for scientists. This God guy should butt out and learn to accept His place in the grand scheme of things.’
Many ethicists believe that God has repeatedly overstepped the mark. ‘Nobody objects to the Lord producing a few miracles here and there,’ said philosopher AC Grayling, ‘but when he starts playing around with the very stuff of creation then He has clearly exceeded his remit. I am beginning to think that this omnipotence thing has gone to His head.’