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Admonitions to a Disappointed Young-Earther

August 23, 2015 by


This article was also published at SBC Voices by Ken Hamrick Recently, I came across a paper in the Journal for Baptist Theology & Ministry, written by Dr. Kenneth Keathley in 2013, entitled,¬†“Confessions of a Disappointed Young-Earther.”[1] The piece is well done and gives an informative summary of the various arguments¬†and supposed problems of the […]

Let Scripture Speak for Itself

November 12, 2014 by


by Ken Hamrick When it comes to understanding the Bible, the intended meaning of the author ought to be held in such importance that the text is allowed to speak for itself—with every effort made to not read into the text ideas that were not intended—and to get our clues as to what was intended […]

Old-Earth Creationists Embrace the Bias of Secular Science

December 18, 2012 by


For the sake of argument, accept for the moment that God did supernaturally create the universe (and all that is in it) in six literal days, about six thousand years ago. Certainly, even Old-Earth Creationists would agree that God was able to do it this way. If that is how (and when) He did create […]