The relatively topical Your Origins Matter (where’s their Pat Robertson coverage?) has a post up about the Ketchum bigfoot DNA business. While creationists are generally quite fond of cryptids, maintaining a errant belief that the discovery of a dinosaur or the Loch Ness Monster would somehow disprove evolution, they take the complete opposite view on bigfoot. Accordingly, YOM dismisses the reports as being “big on hype but lean on facts,” which is true – though it’s worth remembering that Dr Ketchum’s hand has apparently been forced by a fellow researcher “spilling the beans,” and wasn’t originally planning to release the results at this point.
Most interesting about the YOM article is how they frame the issue, writing:
There seems to be an effort to lower mankind to the level of animals and to elevate animals to the level of man. Why is that so?
Yes, everything is about creationism vs evolution.