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Message 1 of 5 (4)
12-24-2000 6:23 PM

Institute for Creation Research at http://www.icr.org
This is the oldest Creationist organization, begun back in the 1950s by Henry Morris at about the time of his first book, The Genesis Flood. Duane Gish has been ICR's most prominent spokesperson, engaging scientists in debates that he has mostly won all around the country.

Creation Research Society at http://www.creationresearch.org

Home of the Creationism Quarterly.

Kent Hovind at http://www.drdino.com

Kent is pretty radical.

Reasons to Believe at http://www.reasons.org

Hugh Ross, an ancient earth and universe, and intelligent design.

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Message 2 of 5 (14)
01-02-2001 6:28 AM

Center for Scientific Creation at http://www.creationscience.com
Walt Brown is considered in the Baugh/Hovind camp and is best known for his "hydroplate theory."

Creation Evidences Museum at http://www.creationevidence.org

Dr. Carl Baugh.

[USA - Thanks for the correction. I've edited my original post and modified this post. --Percy]

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Message 3 of 5 (29)
01-05-2001 1:43 PM

A fascinating creationist response to TalkOrigins: http://www.trueorigin.org/isakrbtl.htm

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Message 4 of 5 (312)
08-11-2001 8:45 PM

Focus on the Family --


while not directly related to our topic, has a teen bulletin board under LOTE-Live which some months ago addressed it. A typical argument was "Survival of the fittest is not true! How could a sheep survive while the T-Rex [sic, should be T. rex] died out? So evolution can't be true!" Most of the rest of the website is of the same...ahem... quality(?)

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Message 5 of 5 (2782)
01-25-2002 7:11 PM
Reply to: Message 3 by nibelung778
01-05-2001 1:43 PM

True Origins is quite good, acutally able to get their hands on direct responces by the authors and scientists talk.origins is refuting. Don't forget www.Answersingenesis.org


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