Seraphosaurus?

I am grateful to Michael Heiser for making me aware of Ben Stanhope's blog, “Remythologized,” and more specifically his post about a visit to the Creation “Museum.” It includes a discussion of Ken Ham's attempt to treat the seraphs of the Bible, winged serpentine beings, as pterosaurs or something similar.

Read the entire post. From its subtitle, “27 Million Dollars of Bad Exegesis,” to its conclusion noting that the museum features a claim that the AiG website lists among the “Arguments Creationists Shouldn't Use,” the entire thing is rich in informative and entertaining detail.

On a related note, see Henry Neufeld's recent post, in which he explains (among other things) why he isn't an evolutionist any more than a gravitationist.

 

 

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  • arcseconds

    you are missing an ‘l’ off the end of the ‘entire post’ link.

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      Oops! Thanks for drawing my attention to that, I will fix it rit now!

      • arcseconds

        No charge :-)