The latest turn in the dispute is Kent calling out the board members of God Quest, including the proprietor of the Drowsy Poet about www.CreationSciencEvangelism.com which links to Creation Today, which is run by God Quest. Kent is asking his followers to contact them.
They have taken up the call over at Lonestar1776 first with Erin Davis scolding Eric Hovind to "STOP STEALING from your own Father NOW! Exo 20:12"
The best part is around 4:40 where Erin voices over Kent with a slapping sound and "Somebody needs a spanking".
Rudy followed up with more detailed instructions about contacting the board members.
I heard from Eric Hovind that God Quest will be responding to any inquiries generated by these videos with the following response.
Some have asked, “Why does a search in Google for ‘Creation Science Evangelism’ give ‘Creation Today’ as the first result?”Google gives results based on domain authority and page ranking. Creation Today has no control over what website appears first when doing a search for Creation Science Evangelism. The Creation Today website has been ranked by Google as an outstanding website and therefore is the first result when people search for “Creation Science Evangelism.” This Google search will not even bring up the website www.CreationScienceEvangelism.
Please note that the new 501(c)(3) not‑for‑profit entity established in 2016, “Creation Science Evangelism Ministry,” was informed that the domain matching their name, www.
For future reference, please go to 2Peter3.com to reach Kent Hovind’s website.
Thank you again for your interest and for loving the creation message. Let’s use that message today to impact eternity.
Hovindologists will for the most part be just sitting back and munching the popcorn at this latest episode in Real Creationists Of Escambia County (or maybe it is the spinoff Real Creationists of Conecuh County).
For the record I should note that my own son is an administrator on this site and that any time he wants to steal it from me, he is welcome to it. I'd love to have a debate going on the merits of the arguments of the two organizations. I should be better at this stuff than I am but I think it is not accurate to really refer to www.CreationScienceEvangelism.com as a website. Rather it is a URL that points to a website. Also the phrase "confusion and misinformation given on a YouTube video posted by Kent Hovind" seems redundant, but maybe that is just me.
Peter J Reilly hopes to be the first tax blogger to give up his day job.