We often have a studio audience when broadcasting "On the Box" -- our daily
webcast. One day there were only two people in the audience-a father (Larry) and his son. Larry had been a fisherman in his youth and had tragically lost one arm in machinery while on his boat. He had a great sense of humor and told us how having only one arm often came in handy when sharing his faith.
At the end of the broadcast, I did what I often do to give a sense of closure to the program. I held up a sign that told the studio audience to applaud. Larry's son didn't applaud much at all. He was too busy looking at his one-arm dad trying to clap with one hand. The program didn't have much closure that day. It did, however, remind me that the sound of that one-arm man clapping produces is the same sound that evolution believers produce when asked for sound scientific evidence for their theory.
Public domain picture.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Posted by Ray Comfort on 8/08/2012 06:30:00 AM
The Quiet Sound of Evidence