I saw this post on the TalkOrigins discussion list. I thought it had some relevance to our discussions here, particularly in light of the Buff, the allegedFeb 1, 2004 1 of 1View SourceI saw this post on the TalkOrigins discussion list. I thought it had
some relevance to our discussions here, particularly in light of the
Buff, the alleged reformer, Peter Frenzen problem recently considered.
> From: Matt PenfoldJust another little indication that I (a real tyro) am just making a few
> Subject: Re: YEC in the UK?
> FormatNewsgroups: talk.origins
> Date: 2004-01-31 15:20:23 PST
> I would be interested to find out to
> what extent YEC teaching is infiltrating
> the UK, at the level of the church (both
> C of E and other denominations) and
> also schools. Can anyone help? I think
> there was a school somewhere in the
> North that had a funny turn about teaching
> > The city I live in, Portsmouth, has
> > a creationist musuem. It is probably
> > the most boring musuem I have ever
> > been in. Not that I am allowed in their
> > anymore. Not since I asked the staff
> > why they had incomplete quote from
> > Darwin about the eye on an exhibit.
> > They did not seem to like my offer to
> > correct the quote from the copy of
> > Origins I had on me at the time.
> > Regards
> > Matt Penfold
"feeble attempts" to play by the rules with the YEC movement as I try to
take part in some of the public discussion about issues of public
interest regarding this cultural phenomenon known as "YEC".
Also, I guess this post makes it the first for February.