No one believes that climate â€œscienceâ€ is a hoax. The climate exists, and there are people who study it, thus climate science is real. On the other hand, many people do not believe in man-made global warming, and if you had any interest in finding out why, you might not think they are so dumb. Belief in the trinity and the rapture are both completely faith-based and cannot be proven or disproved by science, so belief in either should have no bearing on the credibility of a scholarâ€™s work. The only valid complaint you have is against those who believe that the earth is only 6000 years old, but those scholars are few and far between. I can promise you as a student of Biblical Studies at a Christian college that most Biblical professors and scholars who are also faithful Christians do not believe in a 6000 year old Earth. I am sure that you do not interest yourself in reading books by Christian scholars, but if you ever get the chance, read â€œThe Lost World of Genesis One.â€ It is a highly interesting take on the creation of the universe and how the beginning passages of the Bible can be interpreted properly to understand how they fit into the history of the universe.
This was obviously a poor interview for multiple reasons. She didn’t read the book, so none of her questions had any weight because she didn’t really even know what she was asking. On the other hand, he was annoying me by asserting over and over again how qualified and great and scholarly he was. It is true that she wasn’t giving him much of a chance, but on the other hand, many scholars, liberal and conservative, have an agenda, and she must have been under the assumption that he was one of them. I think she wanted a debate and wasn’t expecting a conversation. Anyway, I’m pretty sure that the liberal media would do the same idiotic grilling of a Christian writing a book about Islam, so I don’t get the outrage.
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