Well here you go. A man who had to have had many biology classes in order to earn his M.D. degree actually said this:
Possible Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson suggested over the weekend that religion was necessary for testing scientific theories because the science could be “propaganda.”
Here's his quote:
"I find, a very good measure of correlation between my religious beliefs and my scientific beliefs — people say, how can you be a scientist, how can you be a surgeon if you don’t believe in certain things?” he continued. “Maybe those things aren’t scientific. Maybe it’s just propaganda.”
Hmmmm. Interesting. Biology could be propaganda?
I wouldn't let this man near anyone in my family. He's nuts.
Also, this guy. One of my heroes. No. I guess I shouldn't say heroes. That demeans him. He was a scientist who respected rationality and who expected us to accept rationality over mysticism.