TreeEng quotes the Answers in Genesis site: "I understand that the Bible is a revelation from our infinite Creator, and it is self-authenticating and self-attesting."
I wonder how they support (or even structure) the argument that the Bible is "self-authenticating and self-attesting"."I must interpret Scripture with Scripture, not impose ideas from the outside!"
Chris OConnor : When the chief spokespeople for creationism are so amazingly ignorant it takes quite a bit of restraint to stay calm.
Whether or not Dr. Dino qualifies as one of the chief spokespeople for creationism depends on who you talk to, I suppose. According to Kent Hovind's FAQ
, for example, "It should be noted that many of his fellow young-earthers consider him to be an embarrasment and that many of his arguments can be found in Arguments we think creationists should NOT use
published by the young-earth creationist organization Answers in Genesis." Not that I would apologize for any of the arguments or tactics used by Creationists, but I think we make it entirely too easy to lump them all in together, as though it were a single, monolithic movement. In fact, one of the things I meant to do yesterday was start a post on the different movements within Creationism....