Email exchange with Tas Walker late this evening:
Thank you for your comment (see below) about the article on creation.
com titled Horse Shoe Bend, Arizona.
Hi Ashley, See the latest comment on this article which speaks about
the incident I describe. I'm still praying for you, me, my wife and our
home group. Every time I see your emails they give me the impression
that you are frustrated and angry. We am praying for the Lord Jesus
Christ's peace in your life and that your heart will be softened and
that you will complete the work that Jesus called you to.
"being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will
carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus." Philippians 1:
God bless you abundantly,
Your original comment:http://creation.com/horse-shoe-bend-arizona
So WHO is this California geology professor, Tas? Why no name, much
less any link to what they said?
It obviously cannot be David Montgomery:http://www.religiondispatches.org/books ... 1/high_ark
Yes, angry with God and angry with Christians who lie (not those who
I don't really know the point of your email since you haven't answered
my perfectly valid question, either here or on the CMI website.
May be of interest - Horseshoe Bend got a mention: http://www.bbc.co
The gushing comments from your closed-minded, unscientific, readers
(one of whom has just mentioned the BBC programme - which clearly
showed that a catastrophic flood would not create such a massive
meander) of course failed to ask you this obvious question.
If Jesus wants me to lie for him about science he can take a running
EDIT: I see what you are saying in the email! One of the scientists in
this BBC programme, who poured out the water, IS the one you were
referring to. I did not realise that you would know about a BBC
programme that hadn't yet been shown (not here at least). But you never
answered my question when I posed it. Until today's comment under your
post unwittingly answered it. http://creation.com/horse-shoe-bend-
The scientist in question is Professor Don Prothero.
When I read your article I found it complicated. have you sought to
get the hypothesis published in a peer reviewed science journal (other
than those produced by CMI)?"