June 17th, Past and Present

Today, a batch of science bloggers visited the Answers in Genesis “Creation Museum” in Petersburg, Kentucky, to see for ourselves what $27 million buys you these days. That much cash can buy you state-of-the-art presentation facilities and machinery, but it apparently is not sufficient to buy a clue. I will have to compare notes to the old AiG list of arguments that creationists should not use, because I think a fair number of the arguments that even AiG thought were bad a while back may have been represented in presentations and displays.

I was reflecting on Father’s Day, and I recalled that six years ago today I was debating William Dembski at Haverford College on “Order and Design: Philosophical Issues”. There is video available online of various of the presentations there.

Wesley R. Elsberry

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2 thoughts on “June 17th, Past and Present

  • 2007/06/18 at 9:06 am

    I hope that the close proximity to The Tard did not damage anyone! Thank you for going and reporting, so I don’t have to.

  • 2007/06/18 at 6:39 pm

    Where is your report? (This should be good!)

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