Evolutionists: Take Up the Challenge!! Don't Miss the Last Creation Science Lecture in Winnipeg.

Jon Crowe jon at rottenend.demon.co.uk
Wed Mar 17 14:05:33 EST 1999


In article <01be6b57$59a40200$e272a1cf at g.casey>, Casey <casem at pangea.ca>
writes
>If you are an evolutionist and you think that there is no science in
>creation science then come and hear the last lecture that Dr. Don Chittick
>will give tonight  This one will be on dinosaurs.
>
>And stay for the question and answer period.  Dr. Chittick has already
>provided excellent answers to some pretty tough questions.    He is a
>qualified physical chemist and very well versed in creation science and the
>numerous arguments against it.
>
>If you are ready for a real challenge come out this evening at 7:30!!
>
>Don't just sit in your ivory tower theorizing.   Take up the challenge.
>
>Creationist Donald E. Chittick to Speak in Winnipeg in Early March
>The lectures to be given are part of a program called Case for Creation
>which is sponsored by the Institute for Creation Research, El Cajon,
>California. 92021
>
>Dr. Donald Chittick, Physical Chemist and Inventor
>He has lectured on the creation/evolution controversy for over three
>decades.
>He is the author of The Controversy: the roots of the creation - evolution
>conflict.
>
>From March 7 through 10 he will speak at:
>Kilcona Park Alliance Church, 1977 Norris (in North Kildonan), Winnipeg, MB
>(Norris Rd. is just east of Lagimodiere Blvd and can be accessed by either
>Knowles Ave  or Springfield Rd. on its southern end)
>Phone: 222-7384
>
>Day                     Date                     Time                      
>               Topics
>Sunday              March 7                9:30 am                  
>Creation and Culture
>                                                        11:00 am           
>      Creation and Culture (repeat)
>                                                         
>                                                         6:30 pm           
>       Evidence for Creation
>
>Monday             March 8               7:30  pm                   Genesis
>and Geology
>
>Tuesday            March 9                7:30 pm                    Puzzle
>of Ancient Man
>
>Wednesday       March 10              7:30 pm                    Dinosaur
>Puzzle
>
>What one leading scientist says about evolution and creation:
>     Leading Australian scientist, Dr. Raymond Jones, known for his
>discovery of the microbe, Synergistes jonesii, and who solved the problem
>of Australian cattle getting sick from feeding on the Leucaena shrub has
>said this about evolution:
>           "In my experience, I've never seen that [evolution is the
>backbone of biology and of practical use to scientists].  Many scientists
>might speculate in their papers about how a certain result relates to
>evolution.   But I don't  see that it's the driving force that enables
>breakthroughs, or that it features much in most scientists' daily work.  Is
>having an evolutionary paradigm more enabling of research?  I don't think
>so.  In fact, believing in an almighty all knowing God, rather than chance,
>behind everything could be more of a driving force for your scientific
>work. It gives you confidence that something will be found when you search,
>because behind it all is a mind greater than your own- thinking God's
>thoughts after him" [to quote Johannes Kepler]  
>from interview in Creation ex Nihilo (Dec 98 to Feb 99, p 22) 
>
>Other leading researchers such as Raymond V. Damadian (inventor of the MRI)
>and Jules Poirier (design engineer whose work guided the descent of the
>Lunar Lander Module) would I'm sure agree with Dr. Jones.     Sir Isaac
>Newton would also smile approvingly on these remarks, from what we know of
>his thoughts.
>
>Geoff Casey
>Senior High School Teacher
>
>
>

It's a fucking tragedy if you really are a 'Senior High School Teacher'.
Pity your students, you know nothing lump of anal fluff. I feel sorry
for your fellow countrymen; it's people like you who make all of us
foreigners think non too fondly of Americans.
-- 
Jon



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