Creation or Evolution — Must we choose?

kinnon —  December 13, 2011 — 2 Comments

I shot this video almost three years ago @ Wycliffe College, when Dr. Denis Alexander of the Faraday Institute of Science and Religion was in town. My primary reason for producing it at the time was that Michael Spencer, the Internet Monk was engaging in conversation about this topic. Michael shared the video then — I don’t believe I have ever put it up here. (Note that there are many good comments on Michael’s post.) It’s almost 48 minutes long, but well worth your time — in my never humble but always accurate opinion, of course. 🙂

In light of the present discussion on this topic and those who want to make YEC a first order issue, I thought it might be helpful to point to it again. (And when I find the original master on one of my many drives, I’ll update the file to HD.)

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A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

2 responses to Creation or Evolution — Must we choose?

  1. You should’ve put this up before the last theology pub!

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  2. The evolution theory is an irrational falsehood, zealously embraced by atheists, that is a phony conclusion of the 600+ million fossil record. There is no “valid supporting data” for evolution. In a court of law, or in a public forum, the same evidence that evolutionists would use to try to “prove” the validity of that theory, I would utilize to reveal the truth of Genesis. In order to believe in evolution, you have to purposely ignore certain facts of reality. For example, when you see illustrations of primates being pictured as evolving into humans, it can be shown in a court of law that such a premise is impossible, because certain human and primate traits are different, and could not have ever been shared. The only “common ancestor” that humans and primates share is God Himself.

    The correct opposing view to evolution is (my) “Observations of Moses”. It is the only truth rendition of Genesis chapter one.

    Herman

    (Ed note: Herman believes himself to be “the foremost terrestrial authority on the book of Genesis.” I’m not so sure.)

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