In response to Mr. Kluth’s letter, it doesn’t really matter to me if it’s your job or not to disprove my words. Even if you tried, you would not succeed.
Also, in response to another letter recently, I do not watch Hannity. As I said in a letter published earlier this year, I do not have cable. I do, however, listen to Hannity on the radio whenever I can. On one day that I was able to listen, I heard Barack Obama say these words: “We do not consider ourselves to be a Christian nation.” I don’t know what speech that letter writer was quoting from, but it was obviously a different one from what I heard. He did call us arrogant as well. You cannot deny that. Obama is also someone who has gone on more vacations in three years than what Bush did in eight years.
The theories of evolution and the Big Bang were “discovered” in 1859 and 1927 respectively, so they are fairly new. However, belief in the creation is hardly new. It has been around for millennia. I don’t care if a bazillion scientists accept evolution and the Big Bang. That does not make them plausible. As a skeptic of both theories, I will quote Mr. Kluth on this matter: “It is not my job to disprove theories.”