Re: statement on creationism?

Moorad Alexanian (
Tue, 23 Nov 1999 09:05:28 -0500

Dear Dick,

I do not know with what crowd you are lumping me with but you are all wet!
Christianity is being scorned by some academic and scientific circles
because of PRIDE--the worst sin. As it says in Romans 1:22, "Professing to
be wise, they became fools." Believe me no scientist runs his/her life
with the findings, better said assumptions, made by evolutionary theory. I
can imagine an evolutionist telling his kids that they are related to
monkeys and then insist his/her children abide to moral/ethical behavior. I
find more of a contradiction there than I would ever find it in a person
that knows God and believes the account of Genesis.

Take care,


-----Original Message-----
From: Dick Fischer <>
To: <>
Date: Monday, November 22, 1999 9:22 PM
Subject: Re: statement on creationism?

>Moorad wrote:
>>I do not want to get involved in this discussion but there ought to be a
>>difference between ASA members speaking out against a particular view of
>>creation and the ASA doing that. As far as I a concerned, the ASA ought
>>remain a broad alliance of scientists who are Christians but make
>>assumption regarding how the whole think came into being--besides the fact
>>that God is both the Creator and the Sustainer of His creation.
>And then I got this from out of cyber space:
>Dear Mr. Fischer,
> You may believe you have solved the argument (you haven't). You may
>believe your ideas are original (they aren't). You think the day-age
>starts with you, or that scores of scientists better qualified to comment
>have thrashed themselves in efforts to publish a reconciliation between
>and darkness, creation and evolution?
> If recent creation is a fact, then evolution is a myth. More than
>it is a lie! And trying to reconcile creation with evolution is basically
>trying to reconcile the truth with a lie. As my daddy used to say, "You
>can't dip a hankie in a mud-puddle and clean the puddle. You only dirty
>hankie!" That's good advice for Christian life, and great advice for those
>who would take the holy beautiful truth of recent creation, and attempt to
>reconcile it with a system of dogma that has at its heart and basis the
>elimination of God. What do true, dyed in the wool evolutionists think of
>theistic evolutionists? Check THAT out on the internet.
> Turn back to faith, to God and to Truth, Sir. Don't do the devil's
>for him.
>Okay, guys go back to sleep. I'm sorry to have bothered you. But if you
>don't even understand the nature of the problem - why Christianity is
>in many academic and scientific circles secure in their data-based
>disbelief -
>then just continue lancing at windmills. We are all going to heaven
>and if the great unwashed is too stupid to figure it out, why should we
>Dick Fischer - The Origins Solution -
>"The answer we should have known about 150 years ago."