So, we have a supposed Rose, a moderate Christian, writing to Ray in "Shame on You!" Of course the Post is probably contrived, as Ray normally does. Although Rose does not actually make the point, Ray is once again looking for targets to demonize, one of the first signs one is dealing with a cult. The religion/ faith cannot stand on it's own without their victimization of almost every organization/ religion on Earth.
He doesn't address her questions, but throws her to his pack of ignorant uneducated Bibliolators.
How nice. They are back into their arrogant state and dealing out pablum by the car load. Now, thirty eight comments later and virtually no unbelievers commenting. the crazies are back in charge of the nut house, so to speak, which is a good thing. This establishes a baseline to see if Ray will pick up any stray atheists ready to shoot down their irrational ideas.
I checked out Joshua Black's blog, Day by Day. He is quite the prolific writer of irrelevent everyday experiences that he constantly attributes to a miracle of some sort or another and now he is begging people for money to send him to a missionary camp in the Bahamas. With Josh we see a totally extremest attitude accompanied by one of the worst cases of cognitive dissonance, and dedicated to isolating himself from the real world, another cult-like sign.
People of that ilk will not accept any natural thing unless Ken Ham or a couple other small group of authority figures that they feign over tell them to. The disdain of everything scientific and the charged emotional eperiences that they imagine are surely a symptom of some mental disorder/ inability to deal with reality.
Now, in the latest Post, Ray again tries to compare a painting or a building with designers to what we see in nature. He can't see the difference in that nature replicates itself and buildings and painings do not (Or do paintings and building fornicate and perpetuate their "species?")
One thing I have come to understand that Religion and superstitions are pervasive, along with fortune telling and astology, etc, etc, etc. There's some superstition available to any nut case that wants to opt out of reality.