He sometimes takes another approach, which twice irritated me as I was afraid of being mistaken for him.
So I did a search and I found a comment of his that makes sense. Even in the context of dealing with atheists.
Here is the link to the article:
Handling Aggressive Atheists
Published: 9 June 2013 (GMT+10)
And here is the actual quote of his comment:
Hans G., Australia, 9 June 2013
Obviously atheists are not believing in creation, so they are evolutionists as well.
My approach: So, you believe in evolution and big bang about 15 B years ago. All this time was needed to have you here now, all those Millions and Billions of years are now behind you and you have not many years left being here.
In my case, I just started my future as a child of the creator and have all the time ahead of me, also called eternity. Think about it...........
I owe him an apology for a harsh word or two in my comments (one published, other not yet so) under his.
Today's article from them is also good:
Creation in schools hits the headlines : Attempts to ban critical thinking increase
by Philip Bell
It reminds me how Welsh, Breton and Catholicism were eradicated or drastically lowered in terms of proportion to population, from that of certain countries where previously universal.
= Hans-Georg L, France
Bibliothèque Audoux (Paris)
"In British Columbia, Canada, it is already illegal to teach creation in public schools." - Reminds me of Canadian atrocities involving fertility and even survival of tuberculosis, not to mention staying with parents, perpetrated on indigenous population up to seventies.