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Author Topic:   Why Only Creationism So Politicized?
amsmith986
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Message 5 of 155 (38500)
05-01-2003 12:42 AM


Creation vs. Evolution

It's a battle for beginings.


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amsmith986
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Message 18 of 155 (38709)
05-01-2003 11:59 PM


It's a sort of snatch the bacon game.

Whoever claims the beginings, gets to claim the schools,
and whoever gets the schools, gets to claim the youth,
and whoever gets the youth gets to claim the heart and
future of America.


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amsmith986
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Message 20 of 155 (38714)
05-02-2003 12:45 AM


Since when was it unanimously decided that literal creationists lose?

-Evolution isn't the only science.


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amsmith986
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Message 23 of 155 (38726)
05-02-2003 1:48 AM


What's YEC and OEC? ( Can you tell I'm new here?

It wouldn't wreck anything if they replaced it with something better.


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amsmith986
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Message 25 of 155 (38729)
05-02-2003 2:20 AM


Thanks! This is so much fun. I get about a page's worth of material for every sentence I put down.

Evolution says that the oceans are about 3 billion years old, yet there is only enough sediment to account for about 62 million years.

( Noah's flood could have upset things a little don't you think)


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amsmith986
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Message 30 of 155 (38783)
05-02-2003 2:50 PM


I'll try to get some research done.

I got the info from a seminar By Ken Ham.I'm not sure how soon I can get back.


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amsmith986
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Message 32 of 155 (38810)
05-02-2003 6:44 PM


What does that mean?

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amsmith986
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Message 35 of 155 (38835)
05-02-2003 10:57 PM


Where is question SN1987A?

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