WE ARE TIRED OF CREATIONISM! Max and The Slim Jim both have a big problem with Young Earth Creationism, although maybe not the same problem, as they come from differing generations and life journeys. Come hear a perspective you don’t usually hear!
The Slim Jim:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXuw… The Thunderbolts Project: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/ Voices from Oxford Margulis-Dawkins Debate: http://www.voicesfromoxford.org/news/… Wedge Issue: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wedge_i… The Science of God: https://smile.amazon.com/Science-God-…
G Man is an extreme Fundamentalist Young Earth Creationist. Is he actually an embarrasment to Christianity? Well, more to his particularly odd brand.
G Man: Am I “embarrasing To Christianity”?
Time points we’ll try to hit:
2:35-2:53 says impressing other Christians isn’t important and how is he embarrassing Christians?
3:25-3:52 says his raps are entertaining and people are coming to Christ because of him
4:13-4:30 dismisses important of getting along with fellow Christians
5:39-6:23 says how bad Jesus was shamed and therefore if anyone was an embarrassment to Christianity it would be him
6:44-7:00 can’t see how fundamentalist embarrass Christianity
11:32-12:00 says how his opponents can’t discredit him intellectually
We hate Creationist Debates. Hate, hate, hate them. Here we’ll discuss why.
How Not To Read the Bible by Bishop Robert Barron:
Genesis and Creation (Part 1) – Michael Heiser, PhD
How To Read Genesis by Tremper Longman III
Genesis and the Big Bang Theory: The Discovery of Harmony Between Modern Science and the Bible:
Wayne Philmore studies Astrophysics, argues with oversimplistic Creationists, and is an up and coming Christian Apologist. We’ll talk spirituality, science, and more! Useful links: Bishop Robert Barron on The “Genesis Problem”
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Testimony of former supporter of Creationist Charismatic Evangelical Kent Hovind:
Wayne’s YouTube Channel:
Astrophysicist and former Atheist Sarah Salviander on the Big Bang, Supermassive Black Holes, and more:
Wayne’s Religioni of Reason group