Peter Henderson wrote:Yes, I saw this on Ham's Facebook page yesterday Ashley and wondered about it. Hadn't realised that was Ra's wife. Is she from a science background ?
However, I really do think Atheists need to sort out where they stand on Christians and evolution. Hovind does have a point which I've been making over and over again but to no avail. On the one hand you've got people like Michael Zimmerman and the clergy letter project telling us it's fine to accept evolution. On the other we have people like Jerry Coyne and P.Z.Myers telling us the opposite, that science, and in particular evolution, demonstrates there is no God and the bible is simply hogwash from the "magic man" in the sky. So who should Christians listen to ? and why is science continually associated with Atheists, Humanists, and Sceptics ?
Even Dawkins has contradicted himself. On the one hand he's stated on BBC Radio Ulster that many Christians and Christian leaders accept evolution, yet he tells Howard Conder on Revelation TV the evangelicals (by which he presumably means the YECs) have got it right.
So which is it ? What position are we Christians supposed to accept ?
The YECs are desperate for this to become an "evolution vs God" debate. Why are some Atheists facilitating that request and why are they trying to promote Atheism through science ? Anyone should be able to attend a science event without it becoming a local get together of Atheists, Humanist, and Sceptics. Lest the YECs have won this aspect of the "debate".
Even our local Giant's Causeway "opposition to YECism at the visitor's centre" group has just become a mouthpiece for Atheism
Peter Henderson wrote:Even our local Giant's Causeway "opposition to YECism at the visitor's centre" group has just become a mouthpiece for Atheism
colmo wrote:Peter Henderson wrote:Even our local Giant's Causeway "opposition to YECism at the visitor's centre" group has just become a mouthpiece for Atheism
Hello Peter, I thought I'd find you seeking solace here. No, the group is not a mouthpiece for atheism, nor is it a group dedicated to your own personal, and rather embarrassing, martyrdom. - Colin (Remove group admin)
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