In the last 72 hours evolutionists have launched a avalanch of ignorance and stupidity against this Question Evolution! Campaign blog in a seeming effort to slow down our efforts to revolutionize Christian and creationist outreach via the blogosphere in 2013.
Of course, they don't have anything better to do since evolutionary dogma is so stale and boring, they probably have little incentive to make a great effort to spread their nonsense which they often don't sincerely believe themselves. See: How stale and boring is evolutionary indoctrination? and Evolutionist posers
Next, an announcement: we recently invited a blogger to this blog who is going to write about the illogical nature of modern day atheism. Soon this blogger will be contributing to this blog.
Also, I also have another piece of good news to report. One of the members of our Question evolution! group has been asked to help increase the outreach of conservatism within the blogosphere. The project is still in its infancy in terms of its exploration, but there is no doubt that the efficiency of conservative bloggers could be improved (size of internet outreach, article research, investigative reporting, etc.).
Of course, this is is very good news. Many conservative bloggers will be open to sharing the biblical creation message which is a very conservative theological doctrine. Moses had about a 6,000 year head start in getting out his message relative to Charles Darwin. And given the continual rise of global biblical creationism and the sub-replacement fertility rate of much of the evolutionist community, it doesn't look like the Darwinists will ever catch up. See: Rise of global creationis
Why do I say this blog recently received an avalanche of foolishness though?
In 2013, large improvements in the efficiency of internet outreach will cause great strides in the creationist message reaching the general public.
On March 10, 2013, I posted an article and this article about how "Germanic efficiency is entering the Christian blogging community in 2013".
Since that time, our blog has received an avalanche of ignorant and foolish blog comments. For example, one atheist, who is obviously a product of inefficient and incompetent public schools, errantly accused a creationist of engaging in a type of logical fallacy. Unfortunately for this atheist, he misspelled the Latin term commonly used to label this logical fallacy. Of course, his incompetence would have been quite humorous if it wasn't so sad!
Olé! Olé! Olé! Yes, my creationist friends, much to the dismay of Darwinists, once again Darwinism will be skewered!
Now I certainly don't have a problem with publishing intelligent blog comments which are a product of good faith. I have published a lot of blog comments at this blog. With that being said, needless to say, I published none of these blog comments which were a part of an orchestrated avalanche of ignorance and stupidity.
Below is excerpt of the blog posts which is causing a greatly deal of consternation among various evolutionists/atheists:
In 2013, not only are we going to employ project management software to move with quickness and efficiency, but we are going to employ blog marketing best practices...
In addition, in 2013/2014, even though this blog was able to achieve over 230,000 page views to date, we are going to incorporate the blog marketing best practices of the the American blogger Chris Garrett and the Finnish blogger Henri Junttila as well. Furthermore, we are going to teach some of these practices to other Christian bloggers in our network. We believe that having an alliance network of blogs leverages blogs with existing traffic and this is a superior solution compared to launching an entire Question Evolution blog network from scratch.
A blog network is a group of interconnected blogs or several groups of interconnected blogs that have a common theme and/or serve a particular purpose. For social movements, blog networks are great for social networking plus each person in the blog network has something to offer the blog network such as writing skills, knowledge of various subjects, technical expertise, promotional skills, leadership skills, encouragement, etc. Through alliances we are going to form a blog network of biblical creation friendly blogs.
Imagine the Christian blogging community energized by the enthusiasm and blog marketing expertise of gun-ho Christian bloggers.
Question Evolution! Campaign resources and other resources
Question Evolution! Campaign
15 questions for evolutionists
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 1 - Questions 1-3
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 4–8
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 9-15
Other related resources
Atheism, agnosticism and humanism: Godless religions
Evidence for Christianity
More evidence for Christianity
Creation Ministries International Question Evolution! Videos