John Bedson's unholy crew is being challenged on this site.
I am currently a Christadelphian, and it is a great pity that we have to wash our dirty linen in public, but this particular brand of dirty linen consists of dispute about the theory of evolution, which Bedson, Gilmore, the Burke brothers, Pogson and several others declare with one voice to be true - in fact, that is the name of the Bedson site.
I hereby issue a challenge to all and sundry, ex-Christadelphian or otherwise, to come here and debate the subject fairly. As the owner of this blog, I reserve the right to terminate any offensive, abusive or otherwise disgraceful conversations. Two warnings will be given, and termination will follow.
I am no politician, and as such, will have no hesitation in terminating the objectionable.
The subject to be debated is the subject of my little book: 'How Does Instinct Evolve?'
In my opinion, that book finishes the theory off forever, and is a major contribution to the debate on the subject of whether or not evolution could, or did occur. It is a revolutionary argument, which like Pasteur's single-handed demolition of the theory of the spontaneous origin of life, is my single-handed demolition of the theory of evolution.
If my argument is correct, and there is no reason to suppose that it isn't, then evolution could not even start, far less produce the multi-faceted multitudes of life-forms on earth today.
So the gauntlet is hurled into your faces, members of the opposition. Give me a man to fight with me, and we'll take it from there. You may recognise the quotation. Or not.