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'Soundly refuted' [creationist arguments,] what a joke. I don't know who your trying to kid. Do you guys even fool yourselves with this one? Those resposes would not hold water if your life depended on it. If you actually tried to use them in the real world, they would shatter into 1000 peices. Most of them don't even address the real issue but is an attempt to knock down your own strawman.

JohnR7, Christian Forums 3 Comments [6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Our own strawman? Ahem? Well thanks for pointing it out, we've kinda been noticing them ever since the Creationists have been planting them all over us. And if by "in the real world" you mean "when presented to a reputable scientist who is experienced in the field that I don't understand and am incredulous toward", I think you're a bit off there.

6/27/2008 1:32:38 PM

Dr. Shrinker

When oil companies look for oil, they call upon geologists who know that the world is billions of years old, not creationists. This is one example of how science trumps creationism. Can you think of one case, just one, where the reverse is true?

12/29/2008 9:07:17 PM


For over two years I've been looking for a good (or at least valid) creationist argument. I've kept an open mind, searched many sites to research their claims, googled countless claims.

They got nothing but lies or pleas to believe the Bible as if it were an accurate history book.

However it's been fun watching Ham, Hovind and Comfort try to appear scientific. It's also been scary to realize these snake-oil salesmen have many sheeple.

Speaking of the real world: Ever been there?

12/30/2008 2:21:09 PM

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