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  1. What is the reason, "atheist scientists" do not want to debate about "creation science" with creation scientists?

  2. Do you believe that, the Grand Canyon formed by the Colorado River?

 

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Bob-1

What is the reason, "atheist scientists" do not want to debate about "creation science" with creation scientists?

The "scientists' mind", is always open to hear or learn new things, new ideas, especially about the origin of the life and the universe.  There is so much that is unknown. 

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Believer

How anyone can say with certainty," there is no God"?  When you  ask these people, what is under their bed, probably would say, I do not know, it was many years ago, when I looked under my bed.  However, they say  for sure, there is no God.

Sue-12

Most of the atheist scientists try to prove that, they are the only people, who understand science, (just search for their blog sites, and comments).  They do not want anyone to find out that most of the atheist scientists do not understand  "observational science", which is the "real science".  This is also why most of the creationist scientists, pay the most attention, to the observational sciences, (math, physics, chemistry, biology, etc.), and that is the reason, they understand that, the universe and living cells are just too complex and cannot come in existence by "chance"

 

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Smarty

Do you believe that, the Grand Canyon formed by the Colorado River? 

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Daniel-1

Grand Canyon Facts!

"The Colorado River enters the Grand Canyon at an elevation of 2,800 feet above sea level. 277 miles later, it exits the Grand Canyon at 1,800 feet above sea level. The top of the Grand Canyon is over 7,000 feet above sea level. A river flowing at 2,800 feet above sea level cannot gradually form a canyon whose top is over a mile higher than itself!" http://www.creationtestifies.rbtonline.org/canyon.html

Smarty

Thanks Daniel-1.

Daniel-1

These are facts:

"The Colorado River enters the Grand Canyon at an elevation of 2,800 feet above sea level. 277 miles later, it exits the Grand Canyon at 1,800 feet above sea level. The top of the Grand Canyon is over 7,000 feet above sea level. A river flowing at 2,800 feet above sea level cannot gradually form a canyon whose top is over a mile higher than itself!" http://www.creationtestifies.rbtonline.org/canyon.html

 

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