As I have continued to read the book on creation, I have tried to understand how we have come so far.
To be unwilling to revise a theory to accommodate observation is to forfeit any claim to be scientific. For it is not facts or theories that are essential to the growth of science but rather the process of critical thinking, the rational examination of evidence, and an intellectual honesty enforced by the skeptical scrutiny of scientific peers.
(Hammond and Margulis 1981, 57)
This is a very interesting comment. Are evolutionists unwilling to revise their theory to accommodate observations? If so, then it seems they must forfeit the claims that they are scientific. Of course this was written by an evolutionist about creationists so I guess that makes all the difference. One group has a completely different standard than the other…