- n. Plural form of creationist.
“The more time I spend helping him battle the creationists is the less time I have for developing my own ideas and raising my own questions (these have caused great difficulty for Doug over the years).”
“MG's barking at ID-critics who label him, Krauze, bipod and others as 'creationists' is more or less simply fallout from the earlier creation vs. evolution dichotomy.”
“Ideas of natural selection and differential reproductive success have roots in creationists like Blyth.”
“The twist that gets thrown in by all scientists and most creationists is mutation.”
“Those poor, primitive creatures we call creationists have to live their lives in spite of many difficulties, and one of the most significant is language.”
“The teaching of evolution in high school science class is now obligatory, and the creationists from the Discovery Institute don't seem to be happy with this, so they took action.”
“The problem with the challenges, particularly from creationists, is that they are not honest challenges.”
“Of course, making fun of creationists is in vogue, whereas making fun of Mormons is mere bigotry.”
“Â If you've ever read anything by them, you know that calling them (gasp) creationists is only slightly more ridiculous than calling Ken Miller a (gasp) creationist.”
“Nothing suggests Christians need to join creationists in their war on science.”
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