What would you equate Young Earth Theory with?
Even more, I devoutly wish that you wouldn’t equate “Young Earth Theory” with “Extreme Stupidity.”
Well can we at least equate it with “Simple Stupidity”?
My husband has Bachelor’s Degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science.
** So do I.**
For years he has subscribed to several scientific journals in which evidence for Young Earth Theory is presented.
** I am curious as to what these Scientific Journals are since I subscribe to a good number myself. Some of the articles presented on this subject have not presented with any (IMHO) creditable evidence.**
He and all of these other scientists are not stupid.
**Agreed. But the problem exists that they could be taking the same approach that anti-catholics take when they come across scripture that is blatantly Catholic in it’s literal interpretation, that they actually start looking for an alternative Theory ( in the anti-catholic approach, an alternative interpretation ) because they believe all current theorys are wrong because of a lot of known and unknown factors. **
The Catholic Church hasn’t declared a dogma on universe origins.
And I hope they don’t.
And the Protestants certainly aren’t the only ones who argue in favor of a Young Earth.
“Young Earth Theory” and “Seven Day Creation Theory” and other theories that go against the grain of the typical U.S.A. scientist are not the exclusive theories of the stupid Protestants.
Please stop saying that these scientists are making Christianity look bad.
It’s not the Scientists that are making Christianity look bad, it is the Hyperliteral Christians that are making Christianity look bad.**
There have been many scientists over the years who were laughed at and ridiculed for their theories, but they turned out to be RIGHT!
We will cross that bridge of being right when we get to it. Not before.
A good scientist never claims that he/she knows the absolute truth, especially about orgins of the universe which cannot be proved by scientific method as it happened in the PAST and the past cannot be duplicated in a laboratory experiment.
True, but was been proving has already disproven the hyperliteralists view.
Surely you have seen for yourself that modern-day scientists are not perfect when it comes to getting the facts straight. There is a great deal of debate in the scientific world when it comes to many issues, including temperature changes, fetus humanity, stem cell research efficacy, causes and treatments for obesity, the genetics of homosexuality, etc. etc.
**Yes and some of these things have already debunked those views held by those Protestants that are thick headed and stubborn enough to deny the reality of scientific evidence. **
All the evidence is NOT in, and to imply that science has definitely proven any orgin theory is…well, I’ll say it–stupid.
I will try to persuade my husband to log on and contribute to this thread.