Answers In Genesis Preliminary rebuttal


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Initial post: Mar 8, 2007 1:23:08 PM PST
Kingdom Come says:
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Kisscake says:
Ken Ham is a creation science moron,Creation Science makes Christians look stupid. Over and out!

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P. Goode says:
What is a "Creation Scientist"? Specifically, what peer-reviewed experiments using the scientific method have "proven" either creationism or intelligent design? If any exist, why should they supercede the 150 years of scientific debate, experimentation and discovery that has made Darwin's Theory of Evolution the cornerstone of biological science? Name five biologists who disagree with the theory of natural selection and describe the experiments they have conducted to back up their assertions. Name *one* "top evolutionary scientist" who will even set foot on the same stage as a creationist (please include his or her credentials as well as a means of verifying them).

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P. Goode says:
What is a "Creation Scientist"? Specifically, what peer-reviewed experiments using the scientific method have "proven" either creationism or intelligent design? If any exist, why should they supercede the 150 years of scientific debate, experimentation and discovery that has made Darwin's Theory of Evolution the cornerstone of biological science. Name five biologists who disagree with the theory of natural selection and describe the experiments they have conducted to back up their assertions. Name *one* "top evolutionary scientist" who will even set foot on the same stage as a creationist (please include his or her credentials as well as a means of verifying them).

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P. Goode says:
<< What is a "Creation Scientist"? Specifically, what peer-reviewed experiments using the scientific method have "proven" either creationism or intelligent design? If any exist, why should they supercede the 150 years of scientific debate, experimentation and discovery that has made Darwin's Theory of Evolution the cornerstone of biological science? Name five biologists who disagree with the theory of natural selection and describe the experiments they have conducted to back up their assertions. Name *one* "top evolutionary scientist" who will even set foot on the same stage as a creationist (please include his or her credentials as well as a means of verifying them). >>

And here, this thread rested. Any comments? ANYONE????

Posted on Oct 2, 2012 12:36:08 PM PDT
Kenneth Ogle says:
Didn't even take seven days, did it, Brian? :o)

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 9, 2013 3:16:04 PM PDT
mrs exp says:
Kisscake,
Ken Ham may be a moron, but Creation Science does not depend on Ken Ham.
exp
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