Tag: Creationism

Rock of Ages

By now it should be thoroughly apparent to my followers that I have little patience for creationism. It’s an unscientific idea that undermines efforts to understand the world we live in. To be a creationist you need to first ignore fields of study like geology, biology and astronomy. You need to be capable of either… Read more

Blind Faith

My recent ‘sparring partner’ (for lack of a better description) has been busy lately. On top of a number of posts that criticise both non-Christians (or non-believers, as he prefers to call them) and other Christians for having differing interpretations of scripture, TA has maintained the double-standard over gay rights – but those are not… Read more

The Title says it All

https://theologyarchaeology.wordpress.com/2016/03/12/yec-is-not-absurd/ So Young Earth Creationism is apparently not absurd. Of course not. It just flies in the face of everything we know about how planets form (including the timescale), and about how life evolves. This once again links in with what I said in my previous post – that a literal interpretation of the Bible… Read more

Creationism Again

As some of you may remember, I recently had a rather passionate discussion with the author of ‘Theology Archaeology’ on the subject of gay marriage and rights. It does not surprise me to learn that the author is in favour of creationism. I quote: Those who side with God on our origins, are not telling… Read more