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Choice News SUNDAY, APR 22, 2007  |  13 comments
Creation Museum draws notice in the beginning
Eugenie Scott, a former University of Kentucky anthropologist who is director of the California-based National Center for Science Education, said the information provided in the museum "is not even close to standard science."

Scott visited the museum recently as part of a British Broadcasting Corp. radio program. Although she didn't get a tour, she saw enough to know that the museum will be professionally done. And, she says, that's worrisome.

"There are going to be students coming into the classroom and saying, 'I just went to this fancy museum and everything you're telling me is rubbish,' " Scott said.

Daniel Phelps, president of the Kentucky Paleontological Society, says the museum would embarrass the state because of the "pseudoscientific-nutty things" it espouses, and because it portrays evolution as the path to ruin. ...


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News Item4/25/07 9:38 PM
Faithful Remnant  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
Hmm....it sounds like he's confused? Standard Science? I suppose he's attempting to equate evolution with standard science. Well, evolution has a long way to go before being standardized. It has conflicts and missing links. It still falls in the category of what the Apostles called science falsely so-called. Sounds like another Bible attacker who just can't accept the great liberty and simplicity in how God did things in a six-day literal order. How hard is that to understand?
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News Item4/25/07 9:34 PM
Kyle Smith | Elkton, MD  Contact via emailFind all comments by Kyle Smith
"'There are going to be students coming into the classroom and saying, 'I just went to this fancy museum and everything you're telling me is rubbish,'' Scott said."

Well...yeah. What's your point, Scott?

"When the Gallup Poll asked people about their views on the subject in March, 47 percent of Americans polled said that God created humans pretty much in their present form some time in the last 10,000 years. That belief was strongest among those with less education, regular churchgoers, people 65 and older, and Republicans"

Did anybody else catch that statement? And pointing out that Ken pulls down $120K/year as if to discredit him is REALLY classy. You can almost smell the prejudice as it oozes from this article.

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News Item4/25/07 8:40 PM
Bro. Williams | Ky  Find all comments by Bro. Williams
Right, Jesus and the apostles were stupid because they didn't have a dictionary to share amongst them

You could do well, first getting saved, second believing the whole Bible. It would do wonders for your lack of common sense

BTW, while you are holding to your precious word helper and denying the Bible, try looking up sarcastic or sardonic... sense you completely missed the mark on that.

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News Item4/25/07 7:55 PM
expositor  Find all comments by expositor
Williams -

Obviously you don't know the meaning of the term "farce".

You really ought to invest in a dictionary and start using it on a daily basis. It would do wonders for your understanding as well as for vocabulary.

And, inasmuch as a man's ability to think is limited by his vocabulary, a good dictionary might help you in that realm, also.

The Merriam-Webster Collegiate is one of the better dictionaries which are in print, and costs well under twenty dollars.

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News Item4/25/07 12:05 PM
Bro. Williams | KY  Find all comments by Bro. Williams
actually the museum is not a farce, it is really there! Hard to believe for the eternal skeptic, but yes, it has actually been built and does exist so it is not a farce.

"But gullible Bible thumpers love it."

If being a Bible thumper makes me gullible then AMEN! I am gullible you wicked intellectual (who's laughing when I typed this? hahaha) who believes they are more intelligent than the Bible. And I will stand by being gullible to God's Word and his direction and teaching as long as I live. It is better to be gullible and saved than so intelligent (there is that joke again) and end up in hell.

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News Item4/25/07 11:54 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Your use of the adjective "honest" is meaningless. Ross could be "honestly" wrong; sincerity has nothing to do with truth. And neither does the scientific empiricism beloved of Ross, because it systematically employs fallacious reasoning. Yet too many scientists "whistle in the dark" about this foundational problem, while too many Christians think logic is the tool of the devil, or contrary to faith.

By the way, there is no prominent creationist named Morrison. There was the late Henry Morris, however.

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News Item4/25/07 10:26 AM
expositor  Find all comments by expositor
As constantly is demonstrated by astronomer Hugh Ross (Reasons to Believe, www.reasons.org), honest science and honest exposition of the Scripture are in harmony.

But men such as Morrison who promote fantastic notions such as a universal flood are neither honest scientists nor honest expositors of the Scripture. And Ham in his teaching concerning the races is far from honest.

So the "museum" of Ham largely is a farce, being little more than an indoctrination center. But gullible Bible thumpers love it.

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News Item4/24/07 5:21 PM
Vic | NC USA  Find all comments by Vic
"Daniel Phelps, president of the Kentucky Paleontological Society, says the museum would embarrass the state because of the "pseudoscientific-nutty things" it espouses,"

Kind of like the peppered moth hoax, the embryo hoax, the evolution of the horse hoax, the half reptile/bird hoax, and the whale that left the water and then changed his mind!

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News Item4/23/07 5:15 PM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Scott visited the museum recently as part of a BBC radio program.
Wonder when that`ll be broadcast, I wouldn't want to miss it. That would be a tragedy. Right?
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News Item4/23/07 3:17 PM
Mark M. | GA in USA  Contact via emailFind all comments by Mark M.
I always rehash my same idea when a creation vs. evolution topic comes up and the idea is this, every explanation for the origin of life requires faith. Evolution, Creation ("gap" theory, apparent age theory, or other), Intellegent Design, or whatever one might believe requires faith. We, as Christians, have the prophecies of the Bible among other things to justify our faith, but it still takes faith. Evolution, mislabeled as scientific theory when it is actually an unprovable hypothesis, is often taught exclusively in school as fact, yet it still takes faith to believe. Unlike us the atheist/evolutionist does not have the reassurance of fullfilled prophesy. The atheist/evolutionist is a slave to the shifting sands of science. Science that has told us: the Earth is the center of the universe, that spinach (no more nutritious than lettuce) was a be all-end all source of protein and vitamins, that bloodletting was a cure to many diseases, and of course, depending on the day of the week, that Pluto was a planet. Plus look at the cleanliness and food laws of the Old Testament, many years ahead of its time. That's a very short list of debunked science, just off the top of my head; imagine if one researched it. Scientific 'fact' is only as strong as the next discovery.
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News Item4/23/07 9:54 AM
Brad | Lincoln, Nebreska  Contact via emailFind all comments by Brad
Kent Hovind said "Evolution is a pagan religion that masquerades as science" While the defense of the faith is nessacary or pre evangilistic we must continue to drive at mens depraved hearts until they are broken and only then we must preach Christ crucified until they are bound up. C.S. Lewis hit the nail on the head when he said in Science we have the notes to the poem in christianity we have the poem itself. The word of God is TRUTH so we need not to be afraid of what is falsely called science.
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News Item4/22/07 8:42 PM
Tony Borrelli  Find all comments by Tony Borrelli
The evolutionists and atheists have resorted to name calling because that's all they have to go on. Let's hear these fools attempt to contradict the museum's claims scientifically. They can not. Ken Ham and his good friends from the Henry Morris organizations have produced tons of scientific evidence that prooves the Biblical account of creation, none of which the evolutionists can dispute. I've seen many debates in person where Answers In Genesis and Henry Morris' organization have made idiots of people like Eugenie Scott. This museum will awaken many from the slumber of modernism and be a great tool used by the Lord.
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News Item4/22/07 8:20 PM
Pastor Steve Hereford | Jacksonville, Florida  Protected NameFind all comments by Pastor Steve Hereford
It's very clear these people are not interested in the truth. All they want to do is mock it. Why isn't their speech censored like they do of Christians?
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