We present to you, dear reader, some excerpts from A Testimony from a Creationist Pediatrician, which appears at the AIG website.
Yes, we not only have creationist dentists, like Don McLeroy and many others (see Creationism, Darwinism, Dentistry, & the Devil), plus a creationist astrophysicist (Jason Lisle, Ph.D.), but now we have a creationist pediatrician. This is exciting!
Let’s get right to it, because we know you’re curious. Hambo says, with bold font added by us:
This past Thursday, AiG staff had the privilege of hearing a presentation from a specialist doctor who changed from being an evolutionist to an on-fire biblical creationist. He now teaches others on the importance of taking Genesis as literal history.
Woo hoo — he’s on fire! Let’s read more about this flaming creationist:
Dr. Doug Henry is a pediatrician, currently working at Ft. Campbell Army military base near Clarksville, TN. He trained at Columbia University Medical Center and did his residency at Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, the pediatric training hospital then called Babies Hospital.
Good credentials. So what happened to the fellow? Hambo reports that Dr. Henry told him this:
I [Doug Henry] was an evolutionist for 20 years or so after high school, even as a Christian. I was challenged to think about the process of, and rate required for, fossilization to occur. AiG had a significant part in that challenge to me.
Part of God’s will for me is to defend the “pre-Israelite” Bible (Genesis 1–11) to the church, in view of the dearth of ability in churches to consider why young earth creationism is not only what the Bible teaches but is also consistent with what science demonstrates.
Woweee! Genesis is “consistent with what science demonstrates.” What else did the good doctor say to Hambo? Here’s one more quote:
My wife, grandchildren, and our guest family had a great experience at the museum. Thanks for your ministry!
But wait, there’s more! At our link to Hambo’s blog article he provides not only photos of him with this great physician, but there’s also a link to an audio tape which allows you to hear what Hambo says is “Dr. Henry’s 20 minute presentation to the staff here:” You won’t want to miss that!
What else can we say? Not much. The Army personnel at Ft. Campbell are indeed fortunate to have Dr. Henry’s services.
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