Well, according Andrew Sullivan, if you don't believe in evolution, you are “crazy.”
See the following description, which was taken from Wikipedia (understanding the limitations of this site—not necessarily accurate or truthful):
Andrew Michael Sullivan … is a British author, editor, political commentator and blogger. He describes himself as a political conservative, though he has been increasingly at odds with the Republican Party on many issues. His focus is U.S. politics but he frequently writes about culture and society.Recently, Andrew Sullivan appeared on ABC television’s special election edition of This Week with George Stephanopoulos.
Sullivan is a speaker at universities, colleges, and civic organizations in the United States. He has been a guest on national news and political commentary television shows in the United States and Europe. Born and raised in England, he has lived in the United States since 1984 and currently resides in New York and Provincetown, Massachusetts. He is an openly gay Catholic.
During the interview (involving a number of others), we read the following from the transcript:
IFILL: Thanks to the hurricane. But, you know, I've interviewed both Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock. And here's the thing. Neither of them come -- I don't like the words crazy and insane to describe people who are actually trying to put themselves forward to run for public office and represent people, because both of them are speaking to constituencies in their states, in Missouri and Indiana, who respond to what they say, who believe that life believes at conception.So there you have it. If you don’t believe in evolution, you are “crazy.” Of course, if people like Andrew Sullivan would actually attempt to defend molecules-to-man evolution, then we would see how bankrupt their religion of evolution really is. But such people say whatever they want—and because they have the ear of the secular media, they can publicly make such outlandish statements. It’s all a part of the continued maligning of Christians and those who believe God’s Word.
So they don't think what Richard Mourdock said was crazy. They're not so -- they didn't like what Akin said about rape, women's bodies shutting down, but they were willing to forgive him for it. And that's why those races are closer...
STEPHANOPOULOS: And he's not out of it right now.
IFILL: Akin is not out of it, and Mourdock is not out of it.
SULLIVAN: He's crazy to believe that evolution is a lie.
IFILL: And you may disagree, but I'm talking about what it takes to get Senate candidates elected in these conservative states.
SULLIVAN: But I'm just saying, on the principles, they deny that evolution takes place. I think that puts you in a crazy category.
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