Thursday, September 29, 2016

Intelligent Design and the Fall of Darwinism: Jonathan McLatchie at Kensington Temple



Somewhat off-topic for the usual content of this blog, but some readers may take interest in the recording of my recent presentation at Kensington Temple in London on "Intelligent Design and the Fall of Darwinism." It is divided into three parts. Part 1 is embedded above. Click here for part 2, and here for part 3. Be sure to also subscribe to my YouTube channel to be kept up-to-date with my latest video releases.

4 comments:

Steve Dowling said...

Hello Sir --- I have been a reader of David's blog since 2012, also watching many of his superb videos about Islam's essence (beyond the rather innocuous Five Pillars) on into the Qur'an, Hadith, Sira.

Eric Allen Bell, another brilliant counter-jihadist, wrote of "...That Mystery which cannot be organized into a knowable form" --- and that is my view of how successfully humans can come to an understanding of God.

As to your point that Intelligent Design proponents find Random Genetic Mutation to be probabilistically shreddable as an essential vector, but the previous five Evolutionary claims-of-method are meritorious to a significant extent:

THOSE FIVE ELEMENTS ARE SUFFICIENTLY CAUSATIVE TO MAKE RANDOM GENETIC MUTATION UNNECESSARY.

And, why is there really any necessity to search for a winner on the subject? Are not all of us astonishingly blessed participants in an experience originating from Divine Source?

Naram-Sin said...

Excellent video.

Harry Worth said...

WHETHER YOU ARE A CREATIONIST OR AN EVOLUTIONIST, THE FACT IS:

NO FEMINISM IN NATURE!

Do male cats have spike on their penis?
When mating, the male cat would bite the female cat at the scruff at the neck. Uninformed people would believe that the pain caused by the male cat’s teeth is what makes the female cat scream and paw at the male cat. Female cats scream not because of the male’s bite. What causes female cats to scream is the withdrawal of the tom cat’s penis. Male cats have spikes on their penis. Female cats scream bloody murder because of the pain caused by the spikes that rake the female cat’s vaginal walls. The withdrawal of the cat’s spiked or barbed penis will trigger ovulation.

A male cat’s reproductive tract consists of the scrotum, the two testicles, prostate glands, two bulbourethral glands, the vas deferens and the penis. Kids would often ask parents if cats have penis because the penis of cats are not easily visible. A sheath of skin called prepuce completely covers the cat’s penis. The penis can protrude from the sheath when the cat licks and grooms. The tip of a cat’s penis is called glans. This glans has a band of about 120 to 150 horny projections.

The spikes on the cat’s penis play an important role in feline reproduction. Female cats are induced ovulators. This means that cats would not ovulate unless mated or unless manually stimulated. When cats mate, the male cat holds the female immobile by biting the scruff of the neck. This is one way of inducing the female cat to ovulate. The withdrawal of the penis will cause the spikes to rake against the vaginal walls. This causes the female cat to scream. The scraping of the vaginal walls also induces the female cat to ovulate.

Meow!

Andrew said...

Thanks Jonathan.