Terry Mortenson

Lecturer and Researcher, Answers in Genesis

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Lecturer and researcher at Answers in Genesis, an organization that supports the idea of “young earth creationism;” co-editor and contributing author of Coming to Grips with Genesis: Biblical Authority and the Age of the Earth

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When he announced that the Earth goes around the Sun, Galileo was persecuted by the Roman Catholic Church. But that was 400 years ago.

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