Here's the proof in full:
P1) No process can take place without God’s consent and preference.I don't agree with P1 and P1.1. P2 and P3 seems to be valid, though this might only be the official stance for the Christians. P4... yeah, sure. Works. X1 makes sense, but such evolutionary processes can take way more time than what little the Mormons have had. But let's say it's an ongoing experiment. However, even if God prefers Christians over Mormons, I don't think P5.1 follows (assuming it should read "The Bible is infallible). God could prefer Christians for other reasons, like the fact that two young men in white shirt and black ties on bicycles are a ridiculous sight.
P1.1) God is omnipotent.
P2) Christians prefer monogamy.
P3) Fundamentalist Mormons prefer polygamy.
P4) Evolution gives preference based on amount of genetic material propagated forward through time.
X1) If evolution is the case, God prefers fundamentalist Mormons over Christians (via evolutionary advantage).
P5) God prefers Christians over fundamentalist Mormons.
P5.1) The Bible.
C1) Evolution is false.
Tim Bowling ends thus.
God, I love how logic always ends up supporting my preconceived notions. I’m such a good scientist! I should totally be allowed to teach children about biology.If the sarcasm in his proof isn't enough to drive home the message, this last line should push you over the edge.