The GeoChristian

The Earth. Christianity. They go together.

The best of young Earth creationism

I’ve added three links on my blogroll: “The best of young-Earth creationism.”

I strongly disagree with these guys on geological issues, but admire them for:

  • Being bold in their convictions and commitment to Biblical Christianity
  • Being willing to confront some of the problems with young-Earth creationism
  • Being respectful of those who disagree with them
  • Being very smart guys. I’m not sure I would want to get in a live debate with any of them, even though I’m right and they’re wrong about the age of the Earth and the extent and work of the flood

The three blogs are:

  • Proslogion — Dr. Jay Wile. Dr. Wile is a nuclear chemist and is author of the popular Exploring Creation With Chemistry/Physics/Biology/Physical Science series for high school homeschoolers.
  • The New Creationism — Paul Garner. Mr. Garner is a young-Earth geologist.
  • Todd’s Blog — Dr. Todd Wood. Dr. Wood is a biology professor at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, home of the famous/infamous Scopes Monkey Trial. Dr. Wood has taken some flack from fellow young-Earth creationists for admitting that evolution “works, and it works well.”

Grace and Peace

July 6, 2010 - Posted by | Age of the Earth, Apologetics, Young-Earth creationism |

2 Comments »

  1. If you are interested, you should come to the BSG meeting this summer – both Paul and Todd will be there, along with many others of the best of YEC. It would make for a great dialog to have you there, and might pave the way for better (and less bitter) communication between our groups in the future. We’d love to have you!

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    Comment by Jonathan Bartlett | July 6, 2010

  2. Jonathan:

    Thanks for the invite, but I won’t be there. I would actually love to attend something like this sometime, but it won’t work out this year.

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    Comment by geochristian | July 7, 2010


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