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Q: Surely scientists want to search for truth; they are supposed to be unbiased … aren’t they?
A: It is time for people to realize that what scientists believe about their origins does determine how they look at the world.
We received a letter from a person who’d been named the editor for a geologic society. He was asked to provide articles of substance for their newsletter. In his first issue he included articles that questioned established evolutionary geologic principles. In less than two weeks, members of the society demanded his resignation and the return of all the materials that he had, even when these actions were in violation of the society’s constitution.
Evolutionist Quote of the Week
“It becomes clear now that the whole justification of Jesus’ life and death is predicated on the existence of Adam and the forbidden fruit he and Eve ate. Without the original sin, who needs to be redeemed? Without Adam’s fall into a life of constant sin terminated by death, what purpose is there to Christianity? None.”
– G. Richard Bozarth, The Meaning of Evolution, American Atheist, p. 30, September 20, 1979.
This is not an isolated case. We’ve heard of graduate students being refused entry into schools because they believed in creation, and other scientists being driven out of their fields because of their creation beliefs. Whenever a discovery is made that casts serious doubt on evolution, it’s often quickly hidden and not published in the major journals.
None of this should be surprising to those of us who get our answers in God’s Word—after all, man’s heart is deceitful and rebels against the Truth of the Creator God. That’s why we need ministries like Answers in Genesis to tell The truth to the world.
How could the majority of scientists be wrong about origins? To read more on this topic, see “But if creation is true, why don’t all scientists believe it?”
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This week on www.AnswersInGenesis.org …
May 14: Darwin’s illegitimate brainchild
May 16: Squirming at the Squishosaur
May 17: Looking forward to the Creation Mega Conference!
May 18: A biblically-based cratering theory
May 18: Kansas evolution hearings: the case of the missing data
May 19: In Six Days Testimony #22: E. Theo Agard, medical physics
May 20: What’s the problem with theistic evolution?
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