Re: Apologetics and Genesis

Glenn R. Morton (
Mon, 16 Nov 1998 20:55:04 -0800

At 09:27 AM 11/16/98 -0700, John W Burgeson wrote:
>While I am also concerned over the above, I see no reason
>why that argument ought to be seriously considered in the question at
>If we seek for truth," or at least for a "best answer," the fact that one
>of the candidates for that answer has bad social tendencies has no
>bearing on its candidacy.

In general I agree with you. But with this country (apparently) already
having trod that road, with bad consequences, I still worry. Besides, the
limited Adam view does not account for anthropological facts like the early
inventions of things supposedly invented by Adam's descendants:

Tents > 60,000 years
Flutes > 90,000 years
Animal husbandry Possibly > 15,000 years (there is an artwork with a
drawing of a horse head from that time which has what appears to be a
halter on it. Some have said it is a halter and other say it isn't. It
looks like one to me.

boat building >700,000 years
Pain in childbirth > 2 million years


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