The Return of Dagon the Fish God

We saw how Dagon of the Philistines is the fish god of evolution. Read in 1 Sam. 5:1-8 that the Philistines brought the Ark of the Covenant to Dagon. It did not go well. Evolutionists get truly bizarre in their efforts to connect humans with fish.

The hands at the Darwin Ranch keep carping that not everyone believes we evolved from fish (with innumerable transitional forms that are taken by faith, not by sight). Evolutionists want us to apprehend the knowledge of our inner lungfish.

Evolutionists insultingly, without science, make statements that are related to fish. We do not adore the Philistine fish idol or their pagan views.
Original Dagon image of Dagon fish god, Internet Archive Book Images
by Joseph F. Berg, 1838, then modified

Of course, no evidence is presented, just arbitrary assertions and something resembling praise to Papa Darwin. After all, evolutionism is an ancient pagan religion, so bringing Dagon to mind seems quite fitting.

On a scale of one to ten, their resentment of the fact that we were created in the image of God must go to eleven. We've been teaching people about avoiding their lures with healthy skepticism, spotting logical fallacies, and asking Darwinists difficult questions — difficult for them to answer, that is. Brace for insult impact.
Consider this headline: “We’re more like primitive fishes than once believed.” Why aren’t people insulted?

It passes by like the usual Darwinian fluff, perhaps similar to the daily flogging conservatives get in the secular media and are expected to endure without complaint because it’s easier that way. But there’s a lot to dislike in this headline from the University of Copenhagen: “We’re more like primitive fishes than once believed.” Why do people put up with this? Stand back and look at this statement like a rational citizen. Consider how a group of bold non-Darwinian thinkers might respond to it:

Now that you're hooked, read the rest at "You Are More than a Primitive Fish". I fin you'll like it.