"A scientific misstatement in the science news article 'Earth Design
Update: Sulfur in the Core' (v 12:2, 1998, pp 4-5) must be corrected, and I
hope you will forgive me for the confusion and loss of credibility it
caused." ~ Hugh Ross, "Repairs," Facts & Faith, 12(1998):3, p. 7
The only problem with the above is that correcting mistakes does not cause
a loss of credibility but enhances it. If more Christians would realize
that getting the facts correct, even if it means altering one's views and
correcting what was written, we would be much further along in our efforts
to harmonize science and Christianity.
I applaud Hugh for his public retraction of erroneous data.
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