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Originally published in Creation 22, no 2 (March 2000): 21.
“Anyone who questions man’s reasoning, particularly on the origin of the physical world, faces an arrogance almost beyond comprehension.”
Anyone who questions man’s reasoning, particularly on the origin of the physical world, faces an arrogance almost beyond comprehension. Many scientists realize the weak underpinnings of scientific models but the spokesmen of naturalism and their media advocates will not abide anything that questions either the supremacy of man, his reasoning power or his conclusions. I have seen media interviewers, who gladly try to tear Christian and conservative guests to pieces, grovel before a scientist who is [one of the] illuminati of evolutionary thought. No one would dare to try to question a living example of the superiority of man’s reasoning power. They are in the presence of a high priest of the one and only knowledge . . . let all the earth keep silent before him!
Dr Emmett Williams, Creation Research Society Quarterly 29, no. 2 (September 1992): 84.