Kurt Warner Calls Evolution Wrong Due To Ben Roethlisberger, Darwinists Explode In Anger [Video]

Patrick Frye

Is evolution wrong? Kurt Warner seems to think so, but he was also willing to use evolutionary theory in order to talked about Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's performance on the field. But no matter how he phrased it, Darwinists were not exactly happy with the way Warner called evolution false.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, a proposed Creationism ban in Scotland was called "bigoted" and "anti-religious" by opponents. Creationists in the United States have also taken fire for wanting "objective" education, although even atheist Lawrence Krauss thinks the education system needs to approach various topics objectively and once educators "plant the seeds of doubt in our children, religion will go away in a generation or at least largely go away." Of course, both atheists and Creationists were dismayed when Pope Francis made pro-evolution comments.

Kurt Warner is openly a Christian, and during a NFL Game Day segment on the NFL Network, he somehow managed to call evolution wrong while also discussing Roethlisberger.

"I'm not fully buying the evolutionary theory where one species transforms into another," he said. "But if we're talking about the idea that every species has the ability to adapt over time, well then I'm all in. As a matter of fact, I've actually seen this happen in a group I've been studying for years: NFL quarterbacks. And the subject of my latest evidence is that man right there: big Ben Ben Roethlisberger."

— Kurt Warner (@kurt13warner) November 9, 2014

— Scott Laxson (@blastertheburro) November 9, 2014

— Kurt Warner (@kurt13warner) November 9, 2014

— Kurt Warner (@kurt13warner) November 9, 2014