That's what I was called in another Christian Web site by a non-Christian because of my stand for creation and against evolution. I was also told by that person that I was "insighting (inciting) violence" by being that way. She said that I had called her a satan worshiper by calling evolution a "lie of the devil." Many who believe in evolution don't worship the devil--just as many who believe in the creation don't worship God. I recently left one "Christian" Web site because of all the anti-Christian, anti-Bible nonsence being spewed out there. That Web site had become way too argumentative for me. Why do non-Christians come into Christian forums just to try to convince us that we are wrong in what we believe? Do they really think it will accomplish anything--other than with those who are weak in faith and Bible knowledge who can be easily swayed with lies? I have no problems with non-Christians who come here or to other Christian Web sites seeking answers, but I do have a problem with them just wanting to cause doubts by telling us we are wrong inour beliefs. I called evolution a "lie of the devil" (which it is), and the young lady in question sent me some very angry PM's. Personally, I thank God that He has counted me worthy to be called names for my witness. While I believe in lifeforms "adapting" to their environment, that is not the same thing as evolution. Evolution is changing from one species into another entirely different species. Some Christians speak of "micro evolution", but that to me is just compromising the truth. Evolution is a LIE of the devil. Nothing evolves. It might adapt or bring a new species to life by two compatible but slightly different species mating. I've seen that before, where a cat mated with a rabbit. The offspring looked really strange, with attributes of both parents--the head and back legs of the rabbit and the body of the cat. Who would have thought that cats and rabbits were compatible? I'm sorry if I offend some people with my "black and white" stand on the word of God and His truth. I will continue to do so as long as I'm able. The truth often hurts--especially when one is convicted by the Holy Spirit.