This weekend’s feedback features two correspondents. The first is from Max C. of New Zealand asking for help with his school assignment, to which Adrian Bates replies. The second concerns the article by David Catchpoole about Cavemen in the Bible. Ken B. asks about contradictions in the order of creation in Genesis chapters 1 and 2, a question that has long been answered on the Creation.com site, and Lita Cosner replies.
Hi, my name is Max C., I am in Year 13 and I’m studying biology as one of my subjects at school this year. Firstly I would like to say a big thank you to you all at CMI. Your work is amazing and has kept me strong through various school arguments and debates to questioning my teachers about the theory of evolution. I have been addicted to your website, and have read almost every article from 2009 until now. I subscribe to the Creationmagazine, love the photography and articles in every issue. So I would like to thank you for the service that you provide to the thousands of people, and I’m certain that there are many more out there like me who appreciate your work but don’t get a moment to thank you.
Secondly, and predominantly my main reason for contacting you, is that I have a big essay to write for one of my standards which is ‘research a contemporary biological issue’. Anyone who knows me would guess that I chose evolution vs. intelligent design. I am very excited to write about this and put all of my arguments onto paper, however I’m not too sure what would be appropriate to put in the essay. Also where to start….
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