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Dave E. Matson


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How Good Are Those Young-Earth Arguments? (1995)

A comprehensive, point-by-point refutation young-Earth arguments and other creationist claims made by Dr. Kent Hovind ("young Earth creationist and dinosaur hunter") in the Hovind-Patterson debate.

Rejoinder to Cliff Hanlon's "Three R's" (1998) by Dave Matson

"Only a small part of my argument is based on a radiometric clock, and there is not the slightest evidence that such clocks, as a whole, have ever been 'reset.'"

[Editor's Note: This is Matson's response to a now-nonexistent offsite "rebuttal" by Cliff Hanlon which was entitled "The Three R's or Relating Radiometric Relativity" and which allegedly rebutted Matson's claim that the arrival of light from an exploding star, known as supernova 1987A, disproves young-earth creationism.]

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