A courtroom drama inspired by true-life encounters with irrational skepticism.
If only one could demonstrate exhaustively that Flood Geology never was a valid option, whether biblically or scientifically, then perhaps we could recover the Bible’s literary artistry, which long fell victim to a cookie-cutter hermeneutic. Perhaps we could recover geology as a tool for exploring this Earth, and the Grand Canyon as a testament to its great antiquity. Needless to say, that is precisely what this book accomplishes and why it couldn’t come at a better time.
Originally posted on Naturalis Historia:
Young life creationists, or baraminologists as they prefer to be called, have experienced a paradigm shift over the past three decades. Initially, creationists made a…
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Answers in Genesis generally does well not to acknowledge its best critics, because doing so exposes their audience to the fact that theirs is a ministry rooted in pseudoscience, which is […]