Young Earth Creationist Defends Josh Duggar And Blames Evolutionists
Eric Hovind wrote, “Why I Love Josh Duggar.” First, Hovind says:
He took responsibility, his family took responsibility, he sought forgiveness, and reported it to the authorities.
According to the In Touch Weekly report, the only “authority” that the alleged incidents were reported to was an Arkansas state trooper in 2003 who didn’t press charges, but gave Josh a “stern” talk.
When Springdale, Arkansas, police were notified in 2006 about the 2002-2003 allegations, Jim Bob Duggar, Josh’s father, reportedly refused to allow the police to interview Josh. The police didn’t believe that “no further charges were necessary” in 2006, but rather the state’s statute of limitations, three years, had expired, noted In Touch Weekly.
Yet, Hovind writes:
…when a Christian admits his sin, goes to the proper authorities, pays the penalty, repents of his actions, is up front and honest with the world, and has made things right with the victims, he has done exactly what God has commanded him to do.
Yet, somehow, the bad guys here are evolutionists:
If evolution is true, then there is no absolute right and wrong. If evolution is true Josh should not have admitted his faults over a decade ago because what one evolved bag of molecules does to another bag of molecules just doesn’t really matter. If evolution is true there is no ultimate Judge on the bench who will hold every man, woman, and child responsible for their actions. And if evolution is true you will not give an account for every idle word you speak.