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Creationism? Hardly.

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Posted by Scott Abernathy on May 21, 2002 17:51:32 UTC

"Creation predicts things? I don't really understand what you mean by that. The Bible says someday the earth will be destroyed by fire. Don't know how or when, but it will."

Thank you! You have just lost all credibility with anybody hoping to have scientific conclusions about our origins and demise. You just showed the difference between faith and science. You faith suggests the world will end in fire, just as it suggests the universe was created in 6 days. You still don't even understand the nature or the purpose of science. You need to be in theology or philosophy to argue your points, not science.

"Give me the link. I'd like to see that website."

On one of those linked pages of ICR website. I can't remember which one, but I am sure you have everything memorized on that particular site.

Forget a million years, lets just go for the whole ball of wax. What do you say about a billion years of microevolution? That should about do it - a billion years. Could organisms change and adapt in that time period?

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