Sunday, January 10, 2016
From my post at Chiefy's Word:
I don't normally comment on anything written by young Earth creationists. I have learned from experience that there is no arguing with them; their position is rock solid and will not be moved. It has to be so, because their arguments are so weak that if they actually considered alternatives they would be easily swayed. Any attempt at dialogue becomes a matter of each side repeating their standard responses.
Nonetheless, a short article I ran across at the Institute for Creation Research, "The Universe Has a Center," is so stunningly wrong that I just couldn't resist mentioning it. The article states that it is "obvious" that we are near the center of the universe, since space and galaxies look the same in all directions. That is just as wrong as saying the Sun must revolve around the Earth, since the Sun obviously rises in the east and moves across the sky. [Read More...]