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//It’s pretty intellectually dishonest to start with an answer and ignore any evidence that doesn’t fit.//
I agree. That's exactly what evolutionism does. It decides to exclude the possibility of a God and then goes to any lengths to "prove" it, including making postulations about what happened "millions" of years ago when there were no eye-witnesses around.
Creationists, however, go by the testimony of reliable witnesses, testimony which is substantiated and corroborated by historical, geological, geographical, and archaeological evidence. Then they look at the evidence and note that it agrees with what has been previously observed and with what can still be seen today.
For example, Genesis states that each living creature reproduces after its own kind, with its seed in itself, and this is exactly what we see going on in the world around us. What we don't see are instances of macro-evolution, in which a single species produces offspring that are not of its own kind. Neither do we ever see new DNA information being produced — all we see is existing information being recombined.
It's not at all hard to corroborate the Genesis account. Just take a pair of dogs, and they will produce puppies, each after their own kind.
But just try to substantiate evolutionism. You can't.
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