WE RECENTLY reported about an Evolution Evangelist in Tennessee who had been traveling around with his wife for six years, living out of their van, and lecturing at various churches. It’s only fair that we balance things out with this article appearing in Vermont’s Bennington Banner: Creationist brings road show to local church.
Your Curmudgeon would like to give you some excerpts from the article, but that paper is owned by Media News Group, and they’re suing bloggers who excerpt their stories without permission. So you’ll have to click over there to read it for yourself.
Basically it’s about a hard-core creationist, Steve Grohman, who travels around with his wife, Dana, and their son, Paul. He spends full-time giving creation seminars. This has been going on for years.
He complains that scientists keep revising their estimates of the age of the universe. He also says that there was an additional layer of water above the atmosphere, and — get this! — that accounts for the long lifespans early in the Bible before the flood.
That’s just a sample. The article is full of insights like that. Isn’t creationism grand?
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