Poor creationists. They don’t seem very good at reproducing themselves
Where is the next generation of creation scientists? I don’t mean the next generation of believers in creation science but the next generation of young-earth experts who will continue the legacy of Morris, Austin, Humphreys, Woodmorappe, Wood, Bergman, Oard, Baumgardner, etc… I have to believe that this has to be a question that many of the first-generation creation scientists have pondered over the past two decades.
You might wonder, how is a new creation scientist generated? By their own admission admission, the best route to producing a creation scientist is to capture them early, very early. By using young-earth curricula in school and church, taking kids to the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter it is believed that training up a child in the way they will go go will yield adults that have the “correct” worldview.
That might create another Ken Ham and there are dozens of Ken Ham wannabes…
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