Duane Gish, Ph.D. One of the claims most frequently used by evolutionists for excluding the scientific evidence for creation in public schools and to be denied for publication in scientific journals is that such evidence is not based on natural laws, therefore it cannot be scientific. They claim that evolutionary theory is based on natural laws and thus qualifies as a scientific theory. Hence, the theory of creation must be excluded, but the theory of evolution is admissible (of course, it must be absolutely atheistic). However, evolutionary theory is not based on natural laws but is actually contrary to natural laws.
I had mentioned that I would read through the NLT in one year. It began to dawn on me, however, that if I do that for each translation, it will be years before I am able to get through them all. I do not want to assume that I have that much time granted to me and I don’t want it to be years before I try the TNIV, NET, the second edition of the HCSB, and any other new translations that come out this decade. So I am going to shift and only read the New Testament. This way I can read two or three translations in one year and I think still have a good feel for the translation. So, just an update about that. Right now I am reading the NLT and ESV in the New Testament. I think I will have them completed in a couple months and will begin another translation in the summer.