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Betz said the university also will present a session on the First Amendment and free speech, as well as a session on the process of scientific inquiry and evolution.

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“When the church presents God's creation with misleading information and bad science, the gospel is lost to our intended audience,” said Tulsa geologist Ken Wolgemuth, whose book on Grand Canyon geology supports the ancient Earth position. 

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Billed as Scopes II, the televised debate over whether creationism is a viable model of origins in today’s modern, scientific era drew an estimated 3 million Internet viewers and some 70 media outlets, including ABC, NBC and Scientific American magazine.

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A new exhibit at the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum argues that Darwin's theory of natural selection can coexist with the belief that life began just a few thousand years ago.

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It is difficult to determine which is scarier, Ken Ham ("Biblical story of creation assessed at seminar," April 23), or the people who accept …

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The biblical story of creation is not

anti-scientific, according to Ken Ham,

who is teaching a seminar on creationism this weekend at Tulsa Bible

Church, 5838 S. Sheridan Road.

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