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Do not feed your child to the alligator

 Do not feed your child to the alligator

And other dramatic warning signs.

Via Neatorama.

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They convinced a six-year-old

A story comes to us from Answers in Genesis about the six-year-old son of a Christian family whose “heart has been changed” since they took him to the Creation Museum.

At the end of the show her 6 year old son . . . grabbed one of the cards credit card type, the one you can sign the back of if you make a commitment to Christ and took it home. Later that night, as he was drying off from his bath, he turned and looked at his mom and asked, “Mommy, am I a Christian?” So they talked and prayed because he really wanted to know Jesus. He was so happy after that while he was brushing his teeth, he kept stopping to sing,” I’m a Christian, I’m a Christian!” They went and told his dad then pulled out that little card and he proudly signed his name and dated the card.

It is truly amazing that the museum was able to convince a six-year-old boy that the way to be a good person was to profess the same beliefs as his parents. The Lord is truly working miracles through the Creation Museum by getting young children to make lifetime commitments to things that they don’t really understand.

Via Unreasonable Faith.

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Children raised by lesbians are awesome

A new (and tres extensive) study shows that children raised by lesbian couples average smarter and nicer than children raised by hetero couples. (Yes, but can they throw a football?) From Gawker:

The results of the U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study were published today in Pediatrics magazine and found that “daughters and sons of lesbian mothers, all conceived through donor insemination, were rated higher than their peers in social, academic, and overall competence, and lower in aggressive behavior, rule-breaking, and social problems, on standardized assessments of psychological adjustment.”

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