Precambrian Fossil Footprints

Posted: October 23rd, 2008 under Creation Blog, Institute for Creation Research.
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I’ve just posted a response to an ICR argument concerning Precambrian fossil footprints, which ICR uses to discredit evolution.  When treated fairly and without emotion (which so many young earth arguments use), it does not discredit evolution at all…it merely makes it clearer.  For progressive creationists, there is no issue either, as it only means an adjustment in the timeline of the creation of the organisms that made the prints.

Greg Neyman

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  • Comment by Katie Burak — October 25, 2008 @ 4:08 pm

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    This was a very interesting article, and my belief in theistic evolution is now strengthened even more. I knew some YEC would find a Precambrian fossil, and twist the info to make it look like evolution was a lie. This just goes to show you how incompotent these people are, and how God still has much to show us from Precambrian times to now.


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