By Letter to the Editor on January 7, 2018.
In answer to John P. Nightingale’s letter Jan. 4: thanks, John, it is an honour for me to get responses from highly educated people like you and many others like you.
Let me start with the end of your letter – “flying dinosaurs.” I took a picture of one with a telephoto lens around noon over Coaldale, but that is the Air France Airbus A380, Paris to Los Angeles; that is a dinosaur of a plane, not a bird.
Now more seriously, you make fun of living frogs encased in stone, something which had written eyewitness accounts from less than 200 years ago, and as recently as the 1980s. That is enough to make a hoax of the evolution theory; this stone is not 300 million years old, but these frogs and toads became stuck in mud during Noah’s flood 4,400 years ago. The mud became limestone and now once in a while the creatures are seen alive when the stone is broken during excavation.
Who do you think can keep them alive that long? This is more proof from the Creator.
Next, Job was not talking about a crocodile, but “nothing on earth is his equal”; so much bigger yet than an elephant, John; it is a dinosaur. Not a salamander either that makes a trail like a toothpick in mud.
One more comment about Noah’s ark: Ron Wyatt made a documentary, with pictures and video, also about the huge anchor stones near the top of a mountain.
Evolution people will vehemently deny all the above. It’s pretty hard to deny, though. Science is a very good thing; because of it we live a lot better and longer than people in the Middle Ages, but it won’t work for an evolution theory. How will they prove what happened millions of years ago but won’t believe eyewitness accounts from 4,000 or less years ago? And your comment that the “bwahahahahaha” website is not atheist – really? They sure act like it.
And, yes, I have literal faith in the Bible, God’s word. We as a family have recently experienced the peace that passeth all understanding after the passing of our beloved 12-year-old grandson Michael. Only God can do that.
John Van Liere
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