The ICR’s Acts and ‘Facts’ – May 2012

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Letters to the Editor

The letters page consists of the usual gushing, which is a little painful to read. “M.B.” claims that a Guliuzza article in the February A&F was quite good, so I’ll have to go over that some time. “E.M.” says that they bought a load of Brad Forlow’s Five Evidences for a Global Flood pamphlet. They say of the ICR “Our country needs you.” You poor sods…

The preceding page, another advertisement for the ICR’s wares, is arguably more interesting. This is not saying much. Under “Educational Resources for All Ages” are some “Books by John Morris” (The Fossil Record and The Young Earth), “Creation Science Curriculum Supplements” including books and DVDs, their “The Wonders of Creation” series, and “Creation Truth for Young Children.” Someday I’ll get my hands on one of these, and you’ll know because I won’t be able to post for a week because I’m too busy cracking up.

One thought on “The ICR’s Acts and ‘Facts’ – May 2012

  1. I’m enjoying this post. I particularly like your discussion on page 3. The fact is that, as you say, “good isn’t the same thing as perfect.” Too often, YECs hold that “very good” means the universe had been made as some kind of cosmic playground for humans. I don’t see this in the text at all. The theology of YEC is very skewed in that they hold God’s purposes are all about making things great and wonderful for us. It’s very anthropocentric, and it doesn’t seem to reflect Biblical teaching.

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