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Arkansas Society of Freethinkers Message Board General Discussion › Young Earth Creationist in LR on 4/13 to Discuss His "Evidence"

Young Earth Creationist in LR on 4/13 to Discuss His "Evidence"

A former member
Post #: 5

FYI: A coworker invited me, as a freethinker, to his church to listen to a guest speaker, John Clayton. He agreed that it will be ok for all of the ARSoFT to attend.
Perhaps he is hoping that John Clayton's arguments will lead me to the path of god? Mr. Clayton is a young earth creationist.

"A devout atheist until his early twenties, Clayton was part of the same organized atheist group that made Madeline Murray O'Hair famous. He decided to write a book called All the Stupidity of the Bible, but instead found himself slowly becoming convinced about Christianity. Today, he travels the U.S. giving some 40 lectures per year on the subject "Does God Exist?" He is a teacher and geologist by profession. He holds a B.S. degree from Indiana University in education with a concentration in physics and mathematics. He holds a M.S. degree from Indiana University in education with a concentration in chemistry and psychometry. He also holds a M.S. degree from the University of Notre Dame in geology and earth science. His most recent honors include: Distinguished Physics Teacher for the State of Indiana--1985 by the American Association of Physics Teachers; S.T.A.R Instructor for Indiana Department of Public Instruction--1990; South Bend Community School Corporation High School Teacher of the Year and School Corporation Teacher of the Year--1991."

Mr. Clayton:
His website:
The venue:
Meeting agenda:

Please attend with me.
Thank you,
Andy C.

George S
user 13502116
Little Rock, AR
Post #: 147
Sounds like an very interesting talk.
Depending on where it is held will determine if I will go.
Hopefully, it will be somewhere in the North area?

Harry M.
Yellville, AR
Post #: 30
"Devout Atheist"! Bullshit! These liars like to use this line the problem is devotion has nothing to do with disbelief. They just cannot get that into their heads.
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