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2611 BC? At the time of King Djoser of Egypt?

Djoser (reigned c. 2630 - c. 2611 BC)

One has to wonder why did the Egyptians, let alone all other nations in ancient times, never had any memories or recollections of the Flood while busying themselves building the step pyramid.

C. David Parsons

H.C. represents the polite adversary: although he maintains a certain integrigy of scripture, he has aligned himself with evolutionists and a dateless past.

The Quest for Right: A Creationist Attack on Quantum Mechanics.

Here's a different take on creationism/ID: The Quest for Right, a seven-volume set of textbooks based on physical science, attacks Darwinism indirectly, by attacking quantum mechanics:

“Atheists base their reasoning on quantum interpretation, hand in hand with mathematical elucidation. Summoning the dark forces of quantum mysticism, with mathematical incantations, scientists possess the power to bewilder and, thus, con the average person seemingly at will, into believing the bizarre and surreal; for example, imaginary Z particles, neutrinos, leptons, quarks, weak bosons, etc. Mystics attempt to pass off quantum abuse as legitimate science by expressing the theories in symbolic fashion. These formulae represent the greatest hoax ever perpetuated upon an unsuspecting public. The objective of the extensive investigation is to expedite the return to physical science by exposing quantum dirty tricks; that is, the unethical behavior or acts by the scientific league to undermine and destroy the credibility of biblical histories. A few of the dirty tricks include: absolute dating systems, Big Bang Theory, antimatter, and the Oort Cloud of comets. These have no further station in science.

Of course, a more sophisticated way to argue against Darwinism is certainly to argue against quantum physics. Without modern physics, you lose astrophysics too, which enables the author to make the case for YEC [young earth creationism]. The author goes on to prove that things like red supergiant stars and X-ray pulsars don't really exist, except in the imagination of scientists." -- Stephen L of the

The author C. David Parsons is a biblical scholar and scientist extraordinaire. Mr. Parsons attended college at the Richmond Professional Institute (later changed to Virginia Commonwealth University), where he was a recipient of the coveted Dean’s Scholarship.

During the past 18 years, Mr. Parsons embarked on what one news source stated may well be the "greatest quest" known to 21st Century man: completely rethinking the so-called absolutes of classical physics, chemistry, astronomy, astrophysics, geology, biology, paleontology, biblical histories, etc. As a result, The Quest for Right represents the ultimate marriage between an in-depth knowledge of biblical phenomena and natural and physical sciences.

The several volumes have accomplished that which, heretofore, was deemed impossible: to level the playing field between those who desire a return to physical science in the classroom and those who embrace the theory of evolution. The series turns the tide by providing an authoritative and enlightening scientific explanation of natural phenomena which will ultimately dethrone the unprofitable Darwinian view. Readers will rejoice in the simplicity of earthly phenomena when entertained by the new discipline.

The Quest for Right is not only an academic resource designed for the public schools, but also contains a wealth of information on pertinent subjects that pastors need to know to be effective. The nuggets from the pages of biblical history alone will give pastors and teachers literally hundreds of fresh ideas for sermons and teachings. The ministry resources contained in The Quest for Right serve as an invaluable aid which will enrich your audience beyond their highest expectations.

You will not want to miss the adventure of a lifetime which awaits you in Volume 1 of The Quest for Right.

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"A book that will change the world." - Wayne Lin, Editor, Tate Publishing LLC

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