Re: Bias in Science, Part 3

From: Dick Fischer <>
Date: Mon Jun 13 2005 - 15:20:30 EDT

Our time would probably be better spent if we concentrated on those not won
over to the YEC camp. Time is our most precious commodity and there are
untold millions who would like to have a workable method of apology if only
they knew of one. I have to admit that I too respond and answer tit for
tat, but the conversion rate approaches zero. Vernon is a good case in
point. You can prove him dead wrong and yet he imitates a Timex watch.
Let them wither on the vine, twist in the wind, or prepare to answer their
Maker face to face. Put the effort on those who are more receptive.

Dick Fischer - Genesis Proclaimed Association
Finding Harmony in Bible, Science, and History

> In relation to rejecting YEC papers:
> >This logic seems to be widely held in this discussion list which is why
most of the Acts and Facts comments are summarily dismissed, often with
disdain, without further analysis. &nbsp;A detailed analysis is certainly
preferable but may not always be possible.
> >
> We should grant some point to Glenn here. Although YEC
> arguments easily raise suspicions (and past performance
> of YEC propaganda even more so), he is faithful to respond
> to their claims (often in intricate detail).
> There are other people here as well. It must be very
> difficult and tiresome. I don't know where they find
> the patience, but I am thankful that we have people like
> that here.
Received on Mon Jun 13 15:22:30 2005

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