Intelligent Design alleged boardgame

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Intelligent Design alleged boardgame

Post by Monster » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:07 pm

I have nothing to discuss here. I thought this was funny. So I'm smearing it on this forum.

This is an alleged board game by alleged designers Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort. It's called Intelligent Design vs. Evolution. I'm attaching a photo to this post originally from ... -evolution

Here's a review of the game: ... -analysis/
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Re: Intelligent Design alleged boardgame

Post by Nobrot » Wed Jan 18, 2017 3:11 am

True or False? The Bible calls a professing atheist a “fool.”

ANSWER: True. [Psalm 14:1]
True or False? The Bible calls for bashing kid brains out against rocks?

ANSWER: True. [True Psalm 137.9] Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones.

That second quote is mine btw, it's not from Ray's serpents and ladders game.

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Re: Intelligent Design alleged boardgame

Post by Gawdzilla Sama » Wed Jan 18, 2017 11:16 am

I am totally shocked, shocked I say!, that a book of religious propaganda and dogma would call a professing atheist a fool. Image
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Re: Intelligent Design alleged boardgame

Post by Gord » Thu Jan 19, 2017 6:29 am

Check out the ratings. It's got 1.4 out of 10. Fifty-five people have given it a rating: one 10, one 6, one 4, one 3, two 2s, and forty-nine 1s. :heh:

And the comments are wonderful. For example:
Laeidz87 · Dec 2016 · Eagle Mountain, UT · United States

An absolutely sublime example of the horror genre in tabletop gaming. The title alone leaves an insidious off-taste in my mouth, as if a rotting corpse had just shoved its broccoli-colored tongue down my throat while I was sleeping. But the rotting corpse is actually the designers' medieval brainwashing tactics, and its tongue is actually God's hairy gray scrotum, because I've been a very, very naughty boy, and that is the punishment which all naughty, non-god-fearing boys shall receive. IT HAS BEEN WRITTEN!

There's really no need to ever play this "game", unless you're keen on having a laugh or two while simultaneously losing all faith in the human race. It may very well exist in a category all its own.
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Incidentally, the game Darkies in the Melon Patch has got a rating of 3.1.
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