Dealing with science, evolutionists create unallowable confusion between the validity of scientific data and the arbitrary interpretation they give to them as the only scientific one. So it is necessary to clarify some basic boundaries of scientific knowledge. This paper attempts to trace some aspects of this issue.
Creationism, scientific knowledge, remarks, evolutionists, confusion, validity
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Frangos, Apostolos Ch.
"Some Necessary Remarks on Scientific Knowledge,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 18.
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