Rather, there is clear bias (against Biblical views), and the authors make no attempt to substantiate the claims being made.
The woman's husband and child die on impact, while the woman survives, but loses her eyesight.
Geologists are insouciant in the face of these figures.
Creation ‘scientists’ simply do not believe them.”“Unfortunately, pseudoscientific babble from a variety of sources has suggested that science is on the side of the creationists, since the second law [of thermodynamics] supposedly precludes the spontaneous formation of organized systems.
The writings of Daniel Dennett, a philosopher, ultra-Darwinist and committed atheist, epitomize this attitude: “But hasn’t there been a tremendous rebirth of fundamentalist faith in all these creeds?
Yes, unfortunately there has been, and I think that there are no forces on this planet more dangerous to us all than the fanaticisms of fundamentalism….”“In attacking ultra-Darwinism in this way I want to make it absolutely clear that I have no intention of departing from a materialist view of life, nor of giving any ground at all to anti-Darwinian fundamentalists, creationists or New Age mystics of any shape or hue.” The intended impression is that fundamental, Biblical views equate to bigotry because of their insistence on ‘unwarranted’ interpretation of Genesis (or believing the Bible at all).