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Christianity Thomas on 10 Dec 2009 12:59 am

Kent Hovind (of young earth creationist fame) wrote a thesis, and now you can read it

Kent Hovind (of young earth creationist fame) wrote a thesis, and now you can read it:

Young-earth creationist Kent Hovind’s doctoral dissertation

Reddit comments are available here:

Reddit comments on Hovind Thesis

“Hello, my name is Kent Hovind. I am a creation/science evangelist. I live in Pensacola, Florida. I have been a high school science teacher since 1976. I’ve been very active in the creation/evolution controversy for quite some time.”

That’s not a thesis, that’s a letter to santa.

If you have never heard of Kent Hovind, this is one of his seminars. “Solid evidence that the earth is not millions of years old”:

2 Responses to “Kent Hovind (of young earth creationist fame) wrote a thesis, and now you can read it”

  1. on 10 Dec 2009 at 3:28 pm 1.chris said …

    This has been known by christians for some time. The scientist who study these chemical elements to carbon date something are so far off its funny. Its been provin, so dont lie. The year is 2009-10 ad. Which means 2009 years after the death of Christ, bc would be hard to say how long but with a guess about 4000 years. Nobody knows really but reading the bible gives a pretty close educated guess. But its a story of false statements even tho it has never been proven wrong, made a mistake, and its predictions are being followed to the T. And it was written on the first day all the way to the last day (which isnt here yet).

  2. on 11 Dec 2009 at 5:02 pm 2.LyokoFreaks said …

    Speaking of education, Chris, I believe going back to science class is in order. You’ve discredited your entire argument by showing a lack of understanding of radiometric dating; carbon dating is not used to date the age of the earth. I won’t even attend to your claims of an inerrant Bible because a quick Google search would kill that false notion.

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