VFTB 253: Cowboy Bob Sorensen – Dinosaur Blood

dinosaur-clawSCIENTISTS HAVE found–not for the first time–blood and soft tissue inside dinosaur bones. How is it that tissue that decomposes in at most 2.7 million years (when frozen) can remain fresh inside 65-75 million year old fossils?

Cowboy Bob Sorensen, creator of the Question Evolution Project, joins us to discuss the evidence (including Carbon-14 in dinosaur bones) and some of the logical fallacies of Darwinists. See Bob’s other resources at PiltdownSuperman.com.

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6 Comments on VFTB 253: Cowboy Bob Sorensen – Dinosaur Blood

  1. Thanks for your comments, Steve, and for the links to Hugh Ross’ website. I’ll read those articles and consider his point of view. I am neutral on young Earth/old Earth, but the existence of soft tissue that’s supposed to by 65+ million years old seems awfully problematic for the generally accepted timeline.

    I’m not sure criticism of Hubbert or Erlich qualifies as genetic fallacy. It’s one thing to say, for example, “Mr. X is from Crete, and all Cretans are liars, so we can’t trust anything Mr. X says,” and another to say, “Mr. Erlich predicted 65 million Americans would die of starvation in the 1970s and that ‘the end would come’ by 1985, and he was wrong about those things, so maybe he’s wrong about this.”

    It’s possible Mr. Hubbert was simply wrong. See my 2012 interview with Dr. Jerome Corsi about his book, The Great Oil Conspiracy.

  2. Just an observation. I was a youth pastor for years and would use “Dr. Dino” (Kent Hovind), and Ken Ham (Answers in Genesis) materials to complement my teachings on Creationism. However, one thing I always felt uncomfortable about was how both of them would routinely demonize Ross and other’s like him because they held different opinions from them. As I listened more and more to their materials and then watched a”debate” on John Ankerberg’s show between Ross and Hovind (youtube it), I found myself cringing at Kent Hovind’s rudeness and dismissive remarks toward Ross, referring to him as a “guru” because Ross was putting forth his belief’s based on the data that he observed in his scientific research. Now, though I may not agree with Mr. Ross on his conclusions, I did have the opportunity to lunch and do an interview with him several years ago and found him to be self deprecating, encyclopedic in his scientific and theological knowledge and sincere in his love for the Lord Jesus. As far as his organization, reasons.org goes, I think they provide a valuable alternative outreach to people inundated with evolutionary propaganda who will never go near creationist sites like Answers in Genesis, ICR or Creationtoday. For me, the crucial point, is that Ross and associates don’t compromise on the gospel nor the person and Lordship of Jesus the Messiah. Their aims are exactly the same as young earth ministries, which is to lead people to a saving knowledge of Jesus the Messiah. And that is where the focus of our energies should be. Not in rhetorically bashing each other over the head in public to the amusement of the world. Instead, YE and OE can disagree agreeably in Christian unity, both showing “Readiness to give reasons (1 Peter 3:15a)—because people have questions and doubts that deserve reasonable, well-researched responses” and then both should “Communicate those reasons with gentleness, respect, and a clear conscience (1 Peter 3:15b)—because people observe attitude and demeanor as much as they listen to words.” As Our Master said, “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another.” It’s the great commission. Not the great debate, that matters most. Shalom b’Yeshua. Maranatha!

  3. If Christians can disagree agreeably in Christian unity, tell that to Hugh Ross, who has demonized biblical creationists, misrepresented us, and is documented for telling untruths. The link I provided above documents these things. Also, he misrepresents both science and Scripture. He may be the nicest guy on the planet, but his theology and science are downright bad. Follow the link I posted above, it links to several articles about Ross and his bad theology and bad science.

    How can we tell people, “We believe the Bible is the Word of God. But you can’t believe the first eleven chapters of Genesis, we need current science philosophies (which change frequently) to tell God what he said and means”? In addition, compromise with Scripture, adding to God’s words, misrepresenting other Christians, those are not the actions of co-laborers in Christ.

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