From: Hofmann, Jim (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 08 2003 - 15:31:22 EDT
You might also look at this review of Kenneth Miller:
It includes these comments:
Miller's last paragraph is, 'What kind of God
do I believe in? ... I believe in Darwin's
God'. This is, theological language aside,
completely indistinguishable from a nonexistent
God. Especially as Darwin's well documented
anti-Christian motivation has baneful
implications for any professing Christian
claiming to believe in 'Darwin's God'!27
Evolution is inherently atheistic, and it is
time that we all face this fact.
From: Freeman, Louise Margaret [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2003 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: ICR/AIG claims
The AiG website has an essay by Gish that says "Yes, one can be a
Christian and an evolutionist, but such a position is both
scientifically and biblically untenable. The Lord Jesus took a literal
view of Genesis. The theory of evolution is dishonouring to God as
Creator, and its teaching leads to a disastrous secularizing of
Complete essay is here:
Also, from Ken Ham at ICR. "Theistic evolution is a compromise position
that destroys the foundations of the Gospel message and ultimately leads
to the destruction of the Christian worldview. It is nothing more than
the pagan theory of evolution with God added."
This essay goes on to specifically speak against OEC views in the next
For the complete statement, in context, see:
So, statement (1) may be technically true, it is misleading. Statement
(2) seems to be a half-truth at best.
I am reminded of the old Saturday Night Live "Tounces, the Driving Cat"
sketch... "Oh yeah, he can *drive,* just not very *well*..." as car,
feline and passengers plunge over the cliff to certain death.
The clear message is: "Oh yes, non-YEC's can be Christian. They are
just those types of Christians who disagree with Jesus, dishonor God,
accept scientifically untenable pagan theories, destroy the fondations
of the Gospel, threaten the Christian worldview and lead society to
Louise M. Freeman, PhD
Mary Baldwin College
Staunton, VA 24401
From: Burgy <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2003 15:51:14 GMT
Subject: ICR/AIG claims
> (1) Neither ICR, nor AIG, nor Morris nor Ken Ham, has ever asserted
> that non-YECers are not Christians.
> (2) Both ICR and AIG have explicitly said, in print, that they reject
> such a claim.
> I am looking for literature citations which might refute (1) or
> Joe has also challenged me to submit a list of questions to him in
> advance of the seminar. Lots come to mind. What questions (make them
> short) would list members suggest?
> Burgy (John Burgeson)
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