Yesterday for Father's Day we went on a National Trust organised walk around Stonehenge landscape, which was awesome.
This is a real neolithic stone knife/scraper, andI am holding it:
It's about 6,000 years old. In the car park there are some markers in the car park which show the location of holes for posts, whose wood chippings were dated to 10,000 years old.
Recently, Original Cindy asked:
Without discussing my own views does anyone care to tell me why anyone is caring if someone is a creationist or not?
There are lots of reasons why I care if someone is a creationist or not, and this is one of them.
Young Earth Creationists aren't able to appreciate how awesome that place is - I held in my hand something that's about as old as they believe the entire universe is. It was a tool that helped someone stay alive back then. It may look like just a stone, but that's the beginning of technology, that stone, forgive the pun, was cutting edge.
Look how far we've come!
There are whole avenues of awesome that are forever closed to someone who can't change their Young Earth Creationist world view. And that's a great shame.