Tagged: Creationism

Diamonds as old as the earth – or older?

Scientists have unearthed diamonds in Australia that they believe to be 4B years old. The study, which will be published in the Aug. 23 issue of the journal Nature, should bring some interesting comments from creationists.  In fact, AIG has already commented: Old-earth, diamond-dating techniques are...

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More Human Footprints to “surprise” evolutionists

As I have oft mentioned, every time a new discovery of human fossil remains is made, the headlines are the same – “evolutionists surprised by findings” and “this may require significant reworking of the phylogenetic trees.”  But when a model so poorly incorporates data, and...

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My Two Cents #102 – Creationism

Uniformitarian Geology: AIG has a nice post reviewing the history of our current Uniformitarian understanding of the geological record, and why the large timescales are assumed, not proven – and assumed in order to support an evolutionary understanding of origins. Theology and the age of...

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Uniformitarianism v. Catastrophism

Today, I was reading Truth Matters, an out-of-print collection of some of John MacArthur’s best writings from 1969 to 2004.  One interesting chapter dealt with the doctrine of Creation, including the age of the earth, and why he believes that the old-earth model is wrong,...

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A summary of my criticisms of evolution

I think that: 1.  theistic evolution has a lot of theological problems 2.  most scientists do not believe evolution for scientific reasons, but for many others that amount to a mass delusion 3.  Darwinism has significantly negative ideological analogues including eugenics and racism (see it’s...

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