Here are the question that I’m still waiting for answers for from @JoeCienkowski

  1. Using the Berkley University definition of evolution is “descent with modification” which includes “changes in gene frequency in a population from one generation to the next” and “the descent of different species from a common ancestor over many generations”. Do you agree with that definition? If not, why not? Where is the “creation story” in evolutionary theory?
  2. How the flood made faultlines?
  3. Where is the evidence for a global flood?
  4. What evidence the world was flat when the flood happened?
  5. What evidence the rocks were malleable during the flood at that caused the mountains and valleys?
  6. One peer reviewed creationist science paper?
  7. Are the estimated six million scientists all wrong about everything?
  8. Where in the theory of Evolution does it say “something came from nothing”?
  9. Where in the theory of Evolution does it say imply bigger is better?
  10. How can science test for God, for Genesis, talking snakes, walking on water and ressurection?
  11. What is the contemporary evidence for the bible?
  12. Why is every dating technique wrong?
  13. Why are scientists lying about the dates from every dating technique?
  14. You believe kent Hovind is a brilliant scientist, so would you trust being operated on by a surgeon with a similar PhD as he has?
  15. Who are the “creationist scientists who are suppressed” and/or “shut out”?
  16. In what schools are people “forced to believe in evolution”?
  17. Isn’t being forced to believe in Christianity as a child just as bad?

By mh

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