Does Believing in Inerrancy Require One to Believe in Young Earth Creationism? Norm Geisler 'Hell no -- quit turning this into a dogma!' If you're a young-earth creationist please read this: http://www.christianpost.com/news/does-believing-in-inerrancy-require-one-to-believe-in-young-earth-creationism-114464/
5 of the worst scientific claims to come from the Christian right
Not surprisingly Ken Ham was in direct violation of the 9th commandment during his debate with Bill Nye. This video is an examination of the deliberate lies, fallacies, and misrepresentations used by Ken Ham that made up the entirety of his presentation and form the cornerstone of young earth creationism.
Wikipedia.org/***~~~***!!! Old Earth-- creationism is an umbrella term for a number of types of creationism, including gap creationism, progressive creationism, and evolutionary creationism. Old Earth creationism is typically more compatible with mainstream scientific thought on the issues of physics, chemistry, geology and the age of the Earth, in comparison to young Earth creationism.
This is exactly the position held by young earth creationists. Creationists make their case worse by the fact that every accusation of fraud they direct toward the scientific community is so poorly thought out and lacking in information that it instead contributes to the ever growing number of creationist frauds. Big name creationists like Ken Ham, Kent and Eric Hovind, and others know good and well that they're preaching a scam. They are wrong. It really is just that simple.
Pat Robertson Denies Creationism. Christian Broadcasting Network’s “700 Club,” Televangelist, Pat Robertson breaks with fellow fundamentalists and denies Young Earth Creationism using dinosaurs as his evidence. He went on to say that Christians should not “cover up” scientific evidence that shows the Earth to be much, much older than 6,000 years.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia gives comfort to creationists while speaking at his granddaughter’s commencement ceremony. Scalia proves yet again that one can have an IQ and still be a raging ignoramus.