Saturday, April 17, 2010

Evangelist Spurned for Supporting Evolution

April 16, 2010 on ABC News:
In a country where 61 percent of the population says it believes that the creation story in the Bible is literally true and in which a popular Creation Museum near Cincinnati shows dinosaurs co-existing with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, even a respected, conservative evangelical Bible scholar such as Bruce Waltke connot get away with supporting the theory of evolution. Waltke has caused an uproar in the evangelical movement for this "heresy."

"If the data is overwhelmingly in favor of evolution, to deny that reality will make us a cult -- some odd group that is not really interacting with the world," says Waltke.
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  1. 'Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed'

  2. I thought Ken Ham was in jail.

  3. Kent Hovind is the one in jail.

  4. "If there's not an absolute authority which we can trust, then everything else is just opinion" - Ken Hamm

    I'm curious why we don't support Slavery then.  Because it is clear that in the moral argument over slavery, the bible is COMPLETELY WRONG.

    How much more glaringly obvious is it that we are choosing morality for ourselves?  It is not coming from the bible.  It is coming from our own innate abilities to think, love, cherish, and live.  

    It's really is not that hard Ken.  You are wrong, wrong, wrong, and you need to get off your high horse in thinking you have a direct connection with moral supremacy via a old worthless book.  

  5. Thanks, guess they all end up seeming alike after a while.