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Creationism & Evolution

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Date: Tuesday - July 3, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Bill Morgan

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. If people evolved from bacteria there should be millions of transitional forms, but the body of observable evidence does not support this, he said. Evidence for the mutation of species falls woefully short but what is supported is the idea that people make people, birds make birds, he argued.

Morgan believes the story of creation and its timeline as presented in the Bible are true, including the idea that the Earth is only around 6,000 years old. He disputed scientific dating methods which show that Earth and its life forms go back many millions of years. This dating is flawed because it's based on scientists' assumptions rather than actual evidence, he suggested.

The last hour of the program featured Open Lines.

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