Originally posted by Kepler
Strangely, I don't think the German mentioned evolution once. What subject does "Dr" Harrub hold a PhD in? I suspect it is either medical, in which case merely honorary, or in something like fairy biology from Hollywood Upstairs College a la Dr. Nick.
He did not have to mention evolution or evi-lution because I know about adaption, breeding, and variations in microevolution and changing from on kind to another kind in macroevolution, a.k.a. evil-lution. It is obvious the he believes in evil-lution like you because he has to call Dr. Harrub names to defend his believe in the billions of years that is necessary to make it somewhat believable. If he only believed in microevolution, he would not be so hostile to hear a different idea.
P.S. Dr. Brad Harrub, PHD
Brad Harrub holds an earned B.S. degree in biology from Kentucky Wesleyan College, and an earned doctorate degree in anatomy and neurobiology from the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee in Memphis. He was listed in Who’s Who Among Scientists and Researchers. He is the author of Convicted: A Scientist Examines the Evidence for Christianity, Heart of the Matter, Dissecting the Truth, and the coauthor of the books, The Truth About Human Origins, Investigating Christian Evidences, Matters of Life and Death, Diamonds in the Rough: Nuggets of Truth from God’s Word and has written many tracts and articles for brotherhood journals. He is a popular speaker on Christian evidences at lectureships, youth rallies, etc in over 47 states and five different continents. He conducts over 40 “Truth About Origins” weekend seminars each year. In addition, he was an invited speaker to the International conference on Creationism, and he has appeared on the television show “Origins.”
What about your man with the German accent?