Dr Rob talks about how divisions and disagreements are not only necessary but also productive for scientific progress. Thus, when you see two scientists disagreeing, this does not mean they hate each other or that they are necessarily refuting each other. He talks about the debates within creationism, including the location of the post-Flood boundary, the role of natural selection in the created order of things, the usefulness of molecular clocks, the dating of the Exodus, and the location and timing of the Tower of Babel event.
Notes and links:
- Weeks Bay Pitcher Plant Bog
- Evolutionists Say the Oddest Things
- The method of multiple working hypotheses
- My review of Nathaniel Jeanson’s Traced
- Clarey’s geological maps
- Natural selection
- Feathered dinosaurs?