A forum member writes about a sign he saw outside a church in Norfolk, Virginia:
And it was hilarious:
"If evolution were true, mothers would have three arms."
No, it's not "women", it's "mothers", as if women who have children suddenly sprout a third arm.
In other circumstances, I'd be inclined to treat a sign like this as a deliberate joke about how difficult the job of motherhood is. In this context, however, it's hard not to see it as a genuine attempt to attack evolution. It also happens to express the popular belief among conservative Christians that women exist primarily to be mothers -- that's why it says "mothers" rather than "women." A female who doesn't become a mother isn't a real women, in some Christians' eyes.
What do you think -- is this a real attempt to attack evolution, or just a joke? Add your thoughts to the comments here or join the ongoing discussion in the forum.