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"But now the debates have
pretty much ceased. Several leading evolutionists
cautioned their colleagues to avoid them, and
with good reason. The creationists seemed to always
Over the years I was involved in about 30
debates and, strangely, enjoyed it. My background
is in geology, while the debates mainly centered
on biology and paleontology. Whenever one was
scheduled, I hopped on the learning curve, reading
everything the opposing professor had written. I
was often nervous, but afterward wondered—was
that the best the evolutionists could do? It seemed
that none had good scientific arguments.
My first debate was in high school, right after
my father wrote The Genesis Flood with John
Whitcomb. Evolution–creation was a hot topic.
My biology teacher arranged for the outspoken
class evolutionist to debate me, the quietest kid in
class. My opponent began by defining evolution
as “change.” A baby grows into an adult, a caterpillar
changes into a butterfly. Change happens,
therefore evolution is true. I focused on the evolutionary
claim that whales evolved from a land
animal. This idea was so ludicrous on its face that
no one would believe it. As I recall, I won the debate
"The Institute for Creation Research is the
proud co-sponsor of the sixth International
Conference on Creationism.
Originally scheduled for August 3-6 in San
Diego, the gathering has been moved to August
4-6 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The conference
will feature papers and presentations by
the world’s leading creation science researchers
and speakers, including several ICR scientists.
For more information or to register, visit
"A global Flood may provide the framework for a more credible
depositional model. During the Flood, sediment-choked waters deposited
1,200 meters of flat-lying “Grand Canyon strata” and around 4,000
meters of Mesozoic strata (seen today atop Utah’s Grand Staircase to the
north, and Arizona’s Black Mesa to the east). The unique vertical movements
in the earth’s crust during the Flood’s retreat4 uplifted the region,
and an enormous quantity of soft sediment was removed from its top—a
volume far greater than that excavated from Grand Canyon proper.5 Red
Butte is a tiny remnant from this vast erosion. When the strata gained
sufficient internal strength to stand as near-vertical walls, Grand Canyon
itself was incised into the plateau.
Deposition and erosion on such scales boggle the mind, yet they
unquestionably took place. This humble little butte challenges geologists
to think big. Perhaps this is why the Grand Canyon region fits so well
with a global Flood model of earth history.6"
Tuossa PDF:ssä on faktaa myös Kepleristä, jäätiköistä, tieteellisestä menetelmästä... Suosittelen lukemaan huolellisesti. Ja kääntymään kreationistiksi jos vielä olet evopimeydessä vaeltava evolutionisti.