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'''Answers in Creation''' is an Old Earth [[Christian]] website, created by geologist Greg Neyman, that does not believe the claims of [[YEC|Young earth creationism]].  They further believe that the teaching of Young earth creationism does harm to the Christian community by driving a wedge between Christian belief and science that doesn't have to be there, and therefore causing many people to abandon their faith when they are forced to confront the difference between a Young earth creationism model and current scientific teachings in schools and universities.
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'''Answers in Creation''' is an [[Old Earth Creationism]] website, created by geologist Greg Neyman, that attempts to refute the claims of [[Young Earth Creationism]].  It further claims that the teaching of Young earth creationism does harm to the [[Christian]] community by driving a wedge between Christian belief and what it considers [[science]], that doesn't have to be there, and therefore causing many people to abandon their faith when they are forced to confront the difference between a Young earth creationism model and mainstream scientific teachings in [[school]]s and universities.
 
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Revision as of 10:52, 19 November 2007

Answers in Creation is an Old Earth Creationism website, created by geologist Greg Neyman, that attempts to refute the claims of Young Earth Creationism. It further claims that the teaching of Young earth creationism does harm to the Christian community by driving a wedge between Christian belief and what it considers science, that doesn't have to be there, and therefore causing many people to abandon their faith when they are forced to confront the difference between a Young earth creationism model and mainstream scientific teachings in schools and universities.

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