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Sunday, August 9, 2009

It's about time, folks

Our pals over at Moore College insist that the question of time and the age of the universe is a non-issue when it comes to building a theology on the biblical data; such a non-issue that they vigorously defend axiomatic atheism's take on time! How cute. Just like their neglect of the implications of death and the fall for its cosmic effects, setting Paul neatly to one side. Double cute.

So, in this connection, this review of a book on Hutton, the man who found time, is worth a look.

2 comments:

John said...

I particularly love this quote:

"The Scottish Presbyterian Church, the English Anglican Church, the Lutheran Church and the Catholic Church—indeed, all Christian churches, their clergies, and their followers—believed that the earth was not even 6,000 years old. This belief was a tenet based on rigorous analysis of the Bible and other holy scriptures. It was not just the devout who embraced this belief; most men of science agreed that the earth was young." (p. 14).

You see, all those whackos from Moore and the SADs are the innovators. It's their evil hubris which moves them to say "We know. We know what we're talking about because science has proved evolution and old ages true and so God must mean something entirely different to what the plain meaning says in Scripture. God must be talking to the simpleton because only we at Moore College can appreciate the deep mysteries of the earth's ages...and of course all those other sorts of priests down at the science faculty with whom we want to ingratiate ourselves. Oh, and by the way, we aren't afraid of tackling the big issues. No, we don't hide our heads in the sand. And, oh, yeh, we uphold the integrity of the Bible because it's our guide to life on all matters...except the origin of life and the age of the earth."

A great laugh is to ask one of these fools if they know that Jesus is the CReator. It's great to see this confused look on their face or their lame, "Well, yeh, but so is the Father." Here they are, masquerading as God's priests, and they can't even get a basic tenet of Trinitarian theology right!

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