Re: [asa] A graduate student speaks out

From: PvM <>
Date: Sat Jan 12 2008 - 15:10:28 EST

I guess we interpret the term slightly differently.
On a different though related note of Christians and foolish science,
may I introduce

"Cutting-edge creation research"

--The world of germs and microbes has received much attention in
recent years. But where do microbes fit into the creation account?
Were they created along with the rest of the plants and animals in the
first week of creation, or were they created later, after the Fall?
These are some questions that creation microbiologists have been
asking in recent years. Ongoing research, based on the creation
paradigm, appears to provide some answers to these puzzling questions.
The answers to these questions are not explicit in Scripture, so the
answers cannot be dogmatic. However, a reasonable extrapolation from
biological data and Scripture can be made about the nature of microbes
in a fully mature creation. This article attempts to provide
reasonable answers to when microbes were created and is meant to
stimulate discussion and further research in this area.--

On Jan 12, 2008 11:23 AM, Dave Wallace <> wrote:
> PvM wrote:
> > Wow Ted, I had no idea that one could write such a long ad hominem. I
> > am truly impressed. Sorry to have bothered you with my comments. And
> > no I have no interest in being distracted by your 'contribution'. My
> > comments stand.
> >
> I don't think Ted's note was an ad hominem but an honest request for
> clarification and information in light of what you write to the list.
> Dave W (CSCA member)
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