From: allenroy (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 22 2003 - 18:38:10 EDT
Walter Hicks wrote:
>> It is obvious that Morris interprets evidence within his understanding of
>> i.e. that sin was the origin of entropy.
> No, What is obvious is that he is either incompetent or intentionally lying.
> Being kind, I will settle for incompetent -- although his devotion to his
> particular Biblical "paradigm" may be the basic cause. Morris' published
> theories fly in the face of reproducible experiments -- not theories of
> Biblical interpretation.
I have never been impressed with Morris' ideas about entropy. There are other
creationary and theological points of his with which I also disagree. But, I
don't believe that these necessarily negate every other creationary idea he
presented. I do find it curious that Morris and Whitcome's largely outdate book
from the 60's, a preliminary thesis at best, is treated as the best and final
word in Creationary thought. There are a handful of YEC theories on the table,
some better than others.
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