Science of creationism
I am writing in response to Amy Wilson’s letter in the Feb. 29 issue of the Johnson City Press.
I believe the creation position is that God created man in his present form at one time within the last 10,000 years.
Scientists who understand the amazing complexity inside a living human cell know it could never have evolved; it had to be created.
Maybe Wilson would like to tell your readers where the first cell came from. It would need to be a membrane-encased, self-reproducing, metabolizing, living cell. And if she can do that maybe she will take Dr. Walt Brown up on his offer for a written, publishable debate on the creation-evolution issue, as described on pages 296-298 in his book “In the Beginning,” compelling evidence for creation and the flood.
However, the debate must be restricted to science and avoid religion. The offer is also found on his Web site: www.creationscience.com.MARTIN LAWS
Do you see now why the church needs to talk about science and faith and celebrate Evolution Sunday? Anyone have an answer for Mr. Laws?