"A personal note to all the atheists that seem to hang around the Light. I moderate this blog myself, and I have watched with amazement as patient Christians have lovingly answered your predictable objections. I have let most of the blogs through in the hope that you may soften your heart and listen, although, by the proud way most of you talk, that doesn't seem likely."
Can you please explain what you mean by "the proud way most of us talk", because I seriously doubt that you or anyone else can really differentiate between the way you and other Christians write and the way we do. You won't even acknowledge that the bible verses that you claimed "confirmed science" did nothing of the sort, and in fact, that a simple reading of the verses you listed revealed that they said nothing even remotely like what you claimed they did.
Ray Comfort wrote:
"We don’t need to prove to you anything about Christianity. We are very secure in our faith, because it's not founded on a "belief," but on the immovable Rock of Ages--Jesus Christ, before whom you will bow the knee."
People who promote creationism are far from secure in their faith. Ray, the doctrine that "if one thing in the Bible is wrong, then the rest of the Bible is in jeopardy" is the very reason why so many Evanglicals are so desperately trying to re-write science to be more in line with the doctrine of biblical literalism. If you trully were secure in your faith, Intelligent design, ICR, CRI and all the other creationist organizations wouldn't be working so hard and so desperately to force their opinion, and would have no reason to even exist.
If you and other creationists were secure in your faith, you wouldn't be going on TV to confront atheists with an alleged proof that science proves God. If you were secure in your faith, you would admit when you are just plain wrong, rather than say nothing, and hope nobody notices.
I think you need to seriously evaluate some of the stereotypical pabulum that you've presented as "light", and read your Bible to verify passages before you promote more lists of "amazing prophecies" that other people wrote, that represent bible verses for what they clearly never say.