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Today's Creation Moment

Aug
22
A Simian Shakespeare Theatre?
Romans 1:20
"For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead;...
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Tom is correct. Having a medium open to all to edit allows people to post what they want in ways telling only their viewpoint. While Wikipedia provides a source for individuals to turn to, many treat any site like this as if all the information is factual. I'm certain their site contains a lot of factual information, there are many opinions posted also. For example, today I looked up the Hoatzin, trying to learn more about this strange bird that evolutionists have trouble fitting into any evolution pattern. Since evolution is simply a theory that has yet to be proven, many articles are written with evolutionists' points of view, stating the "billions of years ago" views. There are even many places marked as "citation needed", showing the holes in the information provided on the site.

All this needs to be looked at as if anyone can build a web site. There is no control over what you put on that web site. The internet is considered a place where free speech is allowed and is difficult to get false information removed.

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