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I stumbled across your website by accident. I’m sorry to say that I was completely disappointed that you believe some of the things that you do. You actually believe the Earth is 5000 years old?You do know that there are literally rocks probably in your driveway that are older, right? I am blown away that your knowledge of science is so inadequate.
Thanks for stopping by. It’s always good to hear from a fellow Mississippian, even if we do disagree.
Just a few things to start with:
1. You’re disappointed? Kevin, please understand something; if we are to have a discussion, please take the time to discuss rationally with me. Your introduction of emotion into the issue in such a manner serves to simply load up the discussion with emotion, and it will tend to distract from the issues at hand.
It is impossible to be without passion, but emoting tends to move us away from intelligent discussion.
2. No, I do not believe that the Earth is five thousand years old. It is probably between six thousand and ten thousand years of age.
I know, you still disagree; but let’s just get the facts straight.
3. Rocks in my driveway older than the Earth? Hmmmm…
4. I do think that my knowledge of science is inadequate to some degree. On the other hand, it would serve you well, Kevin, to take the time to read the Bible and consider it’s claims.
In fact, let’s do this: I’ll refer you to this post, you read it, and come back and explain to me why you would think that there would be any book, discipline, or person with greater authority than the Holy Scriptures.