I especially like how the woman host laughingly makes reference to the "supposedly scientific" claim of evolution. Could she be any more sarcastic? I suppose that here would also be an appropriate place to mention that the creation museum that I blogged about a couple years ago finally opened in May.
I just don't know how it makes sense to stretch creation theology to such limits, or to what end it hopes to attain. Conversion is probably the goal, but I find it hard to believe that attempts like these will have any effect beyond turning people off to the whole of Christianity.
On the other hand, here is a more refreshing anecdote from this month's Christian Century:
Jewish theologian Neil Gillman once asked an Israeli astronomer, "Was the big bang loud?" Somewhat indignantly, the astronomer replied: "Of course not, there was no air so there was no sound." When he found out that Gillman is a theologian, the astronomer smiled and said, "You know what? Big bang is much more theology than it is science. Both are poetry" (Cross Currents, Spring).