“Over the years, atheists have mocked me for teaching children to ask the question “Were you there?” in regard to talking about origins, the age of the earth and so on.”
Yeah, that’s pretty stupid, since no one offers ‘eyewitness testimony’ as the reason we think something is a fact.
"In fact, atheists have gone ballistic over me teaching children this because I’m teaching them how to think correctly about origins.”
“They don’t want children to understand that evolution and millions of years are beliefs—all part of the religion of naturalism (atheism).”
Now why would atheists be upset that you’re lying to children? Weird, huh?
“How can anyone know what happened in the beginning if none of us were there?”
Science is not a collection of eyewitness accounts, doofus.
“This question, “Were you there?” is based on one that God asked Job, “Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? Tell Me, if you have understanding” (Job 38:4).”
This is teh chapter where God says he made the Earth by spreading it across the surface of the Waters Below like a mud pie, right? And says the sky is solid?
says that Day and Night are specific things that have homes they go to between shifts?
And in a land that never experienced storm surge from typhoons, believed that God had established an upper-limit for the Oceans that they would not cross?