You need to be honest with yourself and others about your conspiracy theories that all of evilution is fake. That tends to cast a lot of negative stereotypes on the hyper-religious.What conspiracy theory?Another of your conspiracy theories.
If you give it some thought, the long time is all based on the assumption of ToE and uniformitarianism. That's the illusion. If that were true, then we would have a great amount of sedimentary buildup below the oceans. Instead, we have the mid-Atlantic ridge that goes around the world as evidence of catastrophism.We know through the methods of science that the planet is not a mere 6,000 years old. That’s just ridiculous.
Sure, but not the science of ToE and uniformitarianism.Science is the most successful way of learning about the world. Simply put, the methods of science are reliable. Through science, more knowledge of the world has been illuminated than with two thousand years of religiously based fears and superstitions. Through the enlightenment of science, people live through disease, we live longer. We can explain gravity and the motion of planets through science, more so than through astrology, alchemy, divination, or ritual. Deny it as you want but you appear literally Medieval doing so.
The creation science explains better and isn't based on fears and superstition. Yes, the Christians are the ones who found medicine and medical science so we live through disease and live longer -- The Christian Contribution to Medicine. None of it was based on atheism.
As for gravity and motion of planets through science, it was the Christians, too.
I think you'll have to take a leap of faith to finally admit that the Christians created science and the scientific method. Your history is all jumbled up.
You’re not clear on what you mean by “the long time”. As a YEC’ist you may insist on a literal 6,000 year old planet but that position is simply and literally untenable. Such a child-like refusal to accept the fact of an ancient planet is delusional.
I would suggest you abandon the “creation science’’ slogan as there is no such thing. We both know that such a slogan was invented in the hopes of forcing fundamentalist Christianity into the public schools and that effort has repeatedly been rejected by the courts.
1. In 1968, in Epperson v. Arkansas, the United States Supreme Court invalidated an Arkansas statute that prohibited the teaching of evolution. The Court held the statute unconstitutional on the grounds that the First Amendment to the U.S.
It’s simply false to claim that “Christians found medicine”. There’s no evidence for that. Such nonsense again tends to cast a lot of negative stereotypes on the hyper-religious. The Greek pantheistic philosophers did more with medicine than the Church ever did during the 800 years of the Dark Ages when the Church persecuted the great thinkers, philosophers and mathematicians.