Wednesday, September 25, 2013

The Bull Dog of Creation Eats an Evolutionist · 1988 Debate - Creationist Dr. Duane Gish vs Dr. Ian Plimer

1988 - Dr. Duane Gish debates Dr. Ian Plimer in Sydney, Australia
Over the years, he participated in over 300 formal debates, and by all accounts he won them all.
(February 17, 1921 -- March 5, 2013)


Dr. Duane Gish is a man who, in addition to his accomplishments as a speaker and writer, is known by many as the foremost creationist debater in the world today. He has logged literally hundreds of thousands of miles in order to bring the truth of creation to adults and children alike. Dr. Gish's travels have taken him to virtually every state in the continental U.S. and into 25 foreign countries, including the Soviet Union.
His book, Dinosaurs: Those Terrible Lizards, was published when there was very little creationist literature available for children. Evolution: The Challenge of the Fossil Record is the book God has used in the lives of many to lay aside, once and for all, the fallacious ape-man theory.

He has held key positions at Berkeley, Cornell University Medical College, and The Upjohn Company, where he collaborated with former Nobel Prize winners in various projects. His interest in the creation/evolution issue grew until, in 1971, he left The Upjohn Company to join the faculty at the newly established (1970) Christian Heritage College and its research division. In 1972, the latter changed its name to the Institute for Creation Research, and Dr. Gish has served as Associate Director and Vice President since that time.
Dr. Gish is not only a distinguished scientist, but also a gracious Christian gentleman.

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley 1953

American Men Of Science
Who's Who in the West
American Chemical Society
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Fellow of the American Institute of Chemists 
More Information By Dr. Gish:
 Dr Duane Gish Play List

About Ian Plimer

  • Professor Of ­­­­­Mining Geology at the University Of Adelaide
  • Australian Humanist of the Year (1995)
  • Author of "Telling Lies for God"