Charlie Wolcott

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Re: Charlie Wolcott

Postby a_haworthroberts » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:59 pm

Following further exchanges here (not started by me) I am again flagging this BCSE forum page to Mr Wolcott: ... ation.html

I just submitted this further attempted reply to his latest accusation and claims:
"You appear to be in a hole or are becoming ill-tempered - so you are lying that I "read a full quote in context and still completely miss[ed] the entire point of what [was] being said". I did no such thing - otherwise you would explain to me exactly how I missed the 'entire point' (I did not even attempt to summarise Graham's words I simply quoted them so how could I have 'missed' his point(s)). And my alleged 'quote mine' on 23 February was apt - Graham said "I don't think that there's any conflict at all between science today [he didn't mean young earth creationism] and the Scriptures. I think that we have misinterpreted the Scriptures many times and we've tried to make the Scriptures say things they weren't meant to say, I think that we have made a mistake by thinking the Bible is a scientific book. The Bible is not a book of science" ie he was saying that if the Bible implies a young Earth it was not making a scientific statement so therefore there's no conflict. And I never suggested anything contrary to your suggestion now that Graham declined to enter into the origins debate. Did I?
I suggest you also view the British Centre for Science Education community forum, see my earlier post above, where I commented further in late February following your post here dated 25 February.
I will view that Daily Galaxy link. My initial reaction is that a very distant (optically invisible) black hole is not exactly above Earth's 'sky'. Whereas the Earth has plenty of water below the sky (so that Genesis 1 verse, if taken literally, was half right).
I have saved this text."

On THIS link, Wolcott is suggesting that it (and other unspecified things) confirms Genesis 1:7b - which reads "So God made the vault [sky] and separated the water under the vault from the water above it. And it was so": ... rse-t.html
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