Hovind carbon dating
He goes on to talk about lying and the Devil telling you lies and all that junk. now that I think about it, I'm beginning to think his Hitler quote applies quite readily to Christianity. The Merrill Science- First Grade Science Book, states: "Earth has changed, since its formation four and a half billion years ago." (Merrill Science- First Grade Science Book, 1989 Teacher's Edition, page 46.) Wait a minute. No, it is not, but if you tell kids in the first grade this, they're going to believe you. If repeat that in the first, second, third, and fourth grade, and continue that lie for 18 or 20 years in a row, he's going to believe you. Also, there are conflicting scientific theories about the Big Bang, and obviously Dr.
He quotes Hitler: "If you tell a lie long enough, loud enough, and often enough, the people will believe it." I'm getting the feeling that soon he is going to be comparing evolutionists to Hitler. Folks, that is exactly what has happened in the teaching of evolution. Hovind picked up on the most unlikely-sounding one and stated it as the only theory.
Dino for his belief that humans and dinosaurs roamed the earth at the same time, and also for creating a theme park in Florida based on this belief.
He earned the inmate number for refusing to withhold payroll taxes from his Dinosaur Adventure Land staff, destroying records, mail fraud, filing false documents and threatening his investigators.
The results can be as much as 150 million years different from each other! They then pick the date they like best, based upon their preconceived notion of how old their theory says the fossil should be .
So they start with the assumption that dinosaurs lived millions of years ago, then manipulate the results until they agree with their conclusion. So why is it that if the date doesn't fit the theory, they change the facts?
This date did not fit the preconceived notion that dinosaurs lived millions of years ago. They do this many times, using a different dating method each time.
I'd like to start out by saying that it is obvious Dr. The Bible says a lot of things, like, "Children, honor your father and mother." If the Bible is the word of God, then we are in a lot of trouble. At this point, I'm hoping I'm not going to see pages and pages more of this God/Devil/Bible stuff, but I fear that I shall. Or does he expect his readers to believe everything he says on faith. As far as my knowledge goes, your brain stops developing even before 18 years. We have millions of people that have accepted the theory of evolution as factual. I love science, but evolution has nothing to do with science! Of course, his purpose is to disprove evolution (I'm still waiting for something- anything- that disproves evolution), so he might as well say science is as wonderful as an ice cream sunday with a cherry ontop. However, these are the only two choices: Somebody made this place or this place made itself. How many of you readers have heard of the big bang theory? The Big Bang theory is wrong because it is the Devil's theory. How many of you remember that you couldn't breathe all squished and crowded together. First, many scientific theories don't sound plausible at first until you understand the reasons behind it.
Some of these inaccuracies even seem intentional, which leads me to call Dr. I'm not here to comment on his own theories, though. Just because there is a little sand and water around, it doesn't make it right to dress immodestly. Also, he needs to stop using the Bible as a proof, because the Bible offers only circular logic ("The Bible is true because it is God's word. And saying that "so and so is true because it says so in the Bible" means less than nothing to someone who doesn't practice Christianity, which it seems this essay is addressed to. He's smart enough not to distance himself too far from science. If you can think of another, one please let me know. Now, the devil does not want you to believe, "In the beginning God created..." He doesn't want you to believe that; so, he has very successfully attacked the first verse of the Bible with his big bang theory. That's one crowded dot folks to include all of the planets, stars, and people.
Hovind was released in 2015 and welcomed home by his son who carried on their ministry in his absence, fighting the “war against evolution and humanism.” Kent currently resides in Alabama where he is re-opening his theme park in Conecuh County.
MSU’s Society of Creation Sciences is hosting Hovind, who has been roundly rejected by America’s scientific community and received his Ph. from an unaccredited Baptist correspondence school. The group is either oblivious to—or unconcerned with—the fact that he has spent time in prison, and is responsible for a host of wacky videos and bizarre conspiracy theories.