ATHEISTS ATTACK STEVE MEYER'S, SIGNATURE IN THE CELL
You may have heard of Steven Meyers recent
best seller on Amazon.com.
Dr. Stephen Meyer shows that the digital code embedded in DNA
is evidence of a designing intelligence. The vast majority of readers who
rated the book (156 out of 225) as of Dec. 24 had found it to be a
"five-star" level book. Twelve rated it four stars, three rated it
and three two stars. Fifty-one gave it one star.
just taken the time to analyze some details surrounding the “1-star” ratings
and I found the results to be most revealing of how militant atheists
analysis focused on the ten most recent pages. As of today, (Dec. 24, 2009)
there are 23 pages. What I found in these pages was most enlightening.
Militant atheists once again show their dishonesty and wolf-pack-like
tactics. The earliest ratings I found on the first ten pages, were written
in July. The negative ratings (1-star) were three in July. None in August;
three in September and also in
October; November only had two.
Something dramatic and very revealing happened in December. The 5th, 7th and
the 8th show
one or two, one-star ratings.
Suddenly, December 10 there is a rise to 6 and the eleventh a dramatic spike
to 20. December 12 it drops again to six and then back to only three, 1-star
ratings, for the rest of the month.
Thus, 32 out of 51, one-star ratings took place in
just three days.
picture is glaringly clear. As I have noticed in other cases,
militant atheists work in unison. Every time creationists raise their heads
from the trench, they are there ready to shoot them down -- and they do
so as a group.
need only look at the evidence to see that obviously an email went out from somewhere
on December 9 or 10 asking the followers to attack Steven Meyer’s book. The book had become a best seller and the vast majority of ratings
simply could not allow this to continue; thus the coordinated, brutal
Because of the vehemence of the attacks, and their biases against creationism,
it is highly doubtful that most, or any of them, had read the book.
Why would they? They already know in advance that creationist books are
“stupid,” “pseudoscience” and “rubbish.” Thus, wasting $19.00 would
definitely not be acceptable. If they did, they put the book down within
minutes, without giving it the time of day.
Fortunately, in spite of the attacks, apparently Myer’s sales went up instead of down
-- to their chagrin.
they did their best to slow down sales and they did it with the arrogance,
the vehemence and the unethical tactics that are so characteristic of such
deliver us from militant atheists!