The Worldnetdaily is promoting a new show that will be seen on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, hosted by one of their columnists, David Rives. It’s called Creation in the 21st Century and they want you to know that it will be totally scientific.
Theologians have long questioned the dogma of Darwinian evolution, particularly when its adherents have trumpeted the theory as evidence God is no longer needed to understand the universe.
But in recent decades the classic, Darwinian narrative of man descended from primordial ooze through the process of random chance and mutation has drawn criticism from another, perhaps more surprising sector: from the world of science.
Now those scientists are being given a voice through a renewed, weekly television program on Trinity Broadcasting Network called “Creation in the 21st Century,” which debuts in its new format Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 12 noon ET.Now hosted by David Rives, creator of the weekly WND video commentaries “The Heavens Declare the Glory of God,” this new incarnation of the classic TBN program will feature interviews with top scientists around the world discussing the controversial topic of creation science.
Of course, they have a very different definition of “top scientists” than actual scientists do. To them a “top scientist” is not one who has done groundbreaking work or published important research, it’s anyone with a vaguely scientific-sounding degree (they especially love engineers) who will tell them that science supports a literal interpretation of the Bible.