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Debate #7 - Does the fossil evidence demonstrate that evolution is true?

Come see what the Calvary Chapel folks are up to at the seventh debate in our monthly debate series. It’s good to see their young-earth arguments, which are mostly well-worn and easily defendable. For me it distills down to one big special pleading argument. Geologist Gary Hurd and Robert Richert will be debating from BYS. Calvary chapel will have a PhD

Some people within the academic community don’t want to see debates like this because they say it validates te young-earther’s claims. But this is an informal, local debate – not one with the likes of donal Prothero or Michael Shermer. I think we can discuss these issues in a civil environment to educate ourselves on the common young-earth arguments, and to be prepared to offer a defense that evolution is true in layman’s terms. Geologist Gary Hurd and

This debate will be streamed from the Streaming Tab at and will also be available on-demand a couple of days after the debate. Use social media to let others know about this debate!

As always we will be having a discussion at TGIF (Thank Goodness It’s Friday) in The City (formerlly The Block) afterwards.

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