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Posted by Lee on July 2, 1999 20:30:20 UTC
The web page at:
contains some excellent questions to help resolve understanding between those who accept "Creation Science" as a valid field of study and those who do not.
Would anyone care to address even ONE of them with a post here?
gives reference to many of the more prominent "Creationists" who tout this pseudo-science on the web and elsewhere. The self awarded credentials of many are exposed as either innapropriate for their claims to education and in some cases are out and out fabricated diplomas from non-existant institutions. One in particular, a Kent Hovind, started a "University" in his living room, awarded himself a Doctorate, and now advertises himself as Dr. Hovind, Creation Science authority. I've said here before that these people have no integrity. Here's proof.
...also, since "Creation Science" proponents are so fond of asking questions but sidestepping any asked of them, maybe someone would care to address even ONE of these:
and finally, here is a list of questions most often asked by "Creation Science" advocates. I've yet to see one here on THIS message board that is not already contained in the list referenced below. The reference contains the answers to the questions for your consideration also. It's pretty stock stuff they all use since these questions pop up all around discussions such as this one here, in pretty much the same form. It's standard rhetoric. Chances are, if a "Creation Scientist" asks it on THIS message board, It'll be from the list I provide here. If one of them comes up with a truly ORIGINAL thought or question for this forum, I'll be pleasantly surprised.
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