Geological Timescale for Creationists

A Geological Timescale For Creationists

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Posted on Thursday, July 25th, 2013, in Bizarre, Fun, Humour, Young-Earth Creation Organizations. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. How dare you not question the multi-disciplinary, mountainous, crushing weight of evidence for the scientifically-accepted geologic time scale!!

    Philip and Wayfarer would be disappointed.

    Don’t worry, if we end up in Hell together I’ll bring the tea.

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  2. The only questions I would ask are: Do Creationists accept geological eras? And what dates would Creationists attach to those eras?

    It is not really a salvation issue, remember?

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  3. Are you asking because you don’t know what the YEC talking points are on geologic eras? I’ve got a pretty good feel for at least some of them. It’s pretty sorry stuff, really, when you consider how well the geologic record and fossil deposits support each other in the evolutionary framework.

    And, yes, I know it’s not “really” a salvation issue, although I definitely do not buy that, see, e.g., my collection of Phil’s and Wayfarer’s implications and innuendos in your “More Thoughts on Christianity” post. Still waiting on that puppy . . .

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  4. I have a fair idea what the YECs would say: The layers we see were all laid down as a result of the Flood ca. 2348BCE (date according to AiG).

    I also know that the Official Statement from them is that it is not a salvation issue. However, there is a HUGE ‘but’ involved, as anyone can clearly see.

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