Or maybe a more accurate description should be "Lies in Disguise".www.truthforyouth.com
Truth for Youth is the New Testament bundled with comics. A couple of examples of these comics are on their website. Basically the only reason they're there is for the people who need everything spelt out for them. Conviently, the Old Testament has been omitted. I wonder why they'd do that?
But anyway, this site is incredibly disturbing. If you stop by and read a couple of comics you'll understand exactly what I mean.
Firstly, read the "Evolution" comic which tries to spread common lies such as "Evolutions believe mans evolved from apes", and goes on to state that "Evolution is a racist theory". Then we go onto the "Pornography" comic, which states that if you look at naked ladies you'll turn into a chauvinistic pig who tries to rape 16 year olds. Move onto the "School Violence" comic and you'll see that all school shootings are because prayer has been removed from school, and not the more obvious answer that "emotionally unstable kid + gun = badness". The "Rock Music" one is a personal favourite of mine.
Now let's tackle the issue of racism first. Evolution is not in any shape or form a racist theory. But on the other hand, lets look at these comics here. Notice a theme in these comics. All of the morally confused sinful characters are white. The Evolutionists are white, the football player and cheerleader who want to have sex are white and so on. But not all hope is lost for us white folk. Because Truth for Youth has assembled an ethnically diverse group of superstars to save your cracker asses from yourself. But I guess we can cut them some slack. Because racism is acceptable when the victim is white.
One thing I've always wondered is why do Creationists think that if they manage (by what would only be a miracle of god) to disprove the Theory of Evolution that Creationism would automatically become the accepted theory?
I guess you'd call it arguing from ignorance. Just like if you had two people, one who believes in UFOs and one who's a skeptic. UFO boy got some video footage of a blurry white light in the sky, and shows it to the skeptic.
"Explain that!" the UFO guy demands of the skeptic.
"I can't explain that," the skeptic replies as he looks at the inconclusive evidence.
"Uh huh," the UFO guy says cheerfully. "You can't explain it! Therefore it MUST be a UFO."
And 2 + 2 = 5.