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Bill Morgan

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Biography:

Bill Morgan received his degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Buffalo in 1983. For the past 24 years he has been a design engineer for the Navy. Mr. Morgan says that he was raised going to church every Sunday, and at the age of 14 his Biology teacher taught the Theory of Evolution as if it were a fact of science. He believed it, and thought the Bible and Creation were nonsense. At 26 he was handed some literature with scientific reasons to believe in Creation; He did countless hours of research and now believes Creation is much better science than the theory of Evolution.

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Creationism & Evolution

Starting in the first hour, mechanical & design engineer Bill Morgan discussed why he believes in creationism and what he sees as flaws in the theory of evolution. ... More »

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