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Is belief in Evolution Scientific or Religious? A Response to Scientific American: Part 3

Posted by Kirk A. French on July 17, 2015 at 8:30pm 1 Comment

This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will talk about two…

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Misrepresenting and Misunderstanding, A Response to Scientific American: Part 2

Posted by Kirk A. French on July 12, 2015 at 12:28pm 0 Comments

This is a continuation of my last blog post responding to the Scientific American Article: “15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense”. Today, I will talk about three…

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Some more on Catastrophism>>>> 1 Reply

Please note this picture, this is the Palm Springs area, this is all granite, igneous rock.This representative of 3 counties in California.  If the Colorado River was dug over 1,600 ft deep, then this was a pre-flood volcanic upheaval?  It seems…Continue

Started by Lou Hamby. Last reply by Jim Brenneman yesterday.

Connecting Christians who believe in Biblical Creation

Is this what this forum is about?Connecting Christians who believe in Biblical Creation — discussing beliefs, sharing ideas, and recommending evolution-free resources. . .Is this a place for proponents of evolution to come and rant against…Continue

Started by Jim Brenneman on Wednesday.

Meteorite impact of the Yucatan, where do YE creationist place this within the context of 6,000years? 20 Replies

The Yucatan meteorite impact created a huge crater, over 160 kilometers across. Unfortunately for geologists, this crater is almost invisible today, buried under hundreds of meters of debris and almost a kilometer of marine sediments. Although…Continue

Started by Lou Hamby. Last reply by Dr. Derek P. Blake 20 hours ago.

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