Cory Hall, who left a link to his website in his comment (posted here) is a classical pianist with a few things to say about evolution:
Here’s what Hall says in the section of his site called “My Christianity“:
I believe the Bible is true and inerrant in every detail, God created everything in six days, our earth and universe are only around 6000 years old, dinosaurs (called “dragons” by all ancient civilizations) and humans have always co-existed until rather recently, and Darwinian evolution is the biggest lie in the history of pseudoscience because it is from the father of all lies, Satan. I realize such beliefs are often unpopular in our post-modern world; however, I care the least bit about being “popular” or “accepted.” I care only about the truth. As long as one believes in the lies and fallacies of Darwinian evolution, one will ultimately fail to see the one and only truth, which will ultimately create a stumbling block to achieving true salvation.
His bio on another site says this:
Hall holds music degrees from California State University, Sacramento (B.M. in piano), The Eastman School of Music (M.M. in piano), and The University of Kansas (M.M. in historical musicology, D.M.A. in piano). His major piano professors include Dr. David Burge at the Eastman School of Music and Richard Reber at the University of Kansas.
40 50, he’s from Florida, and he has a doctorate. All this goes to show is that someone who’s both educated and musically talented can be a deluded fanatic when it comes to both religion and science. So sad. And his “caring only about the truth?” Clearly a mischaracterization given his young earth creationism.
What can you say about someone who wants me to fry eternally because I accept a scientific fact?
Update: Another email I got a few seconds ago from a different “reader” (personal information redacted):
Why don’t you pull some of that money you make out of your pocket or wallet and see what it has written on it. Perhaps you should refuse to spend it if you are offended. Sorry, but that’s the way this country was founded. You might just have to get over it. Why do you care anyway?