> I didn't think YEC views are very common among UCCF- I used to live in
> Leicester (where UCCF are based) and have known quite a few people who
> work for UCCF. None of them have been YEC, or if they were, they haven't
> mentioned it.
I know of some,
> Neither when I was doing my undergrad degree (Oxford) or my Master's
> (Sussex) did there seem to be many holding YEC views within the CUs- it
> seemed quite rare. Up in St Andrews it has been quite different. I did
> join the CU at one point, and a bit later one of the members of the then
> Committe did point out to me that when one joins one signs a declaration
> to say that one accepts the Bible as the Word of God and supreme in all
> matters of faith, and thus one would accept a young universe created over
> a 6-day period.
Why should one accept a 6 day creation if you accept the Bible's authority?
> The UCCF Doctrinal Basis is silent on the issue. One YEC criticism of UCCF
> I have heard is that its Doctrinal Basis doesn't say that the world is
Exactly and long may it remain so
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