What If Stories, Part V: World War I as Game-Changer

What would the history of creationism have been like if World War I had never happened?  Today we read the most far-reaching argument yet in this series at the National Center for Science Education blog.

Much Less than 6,000 Years Ago

Much Less than 6,000 Years Ago

As ILYBYGTH readers are aware, we’ve been following this series of historians’ arguments.  The NCSE asked a tough question, and historians have offered different perspectives and ideas.  Today, Professor George E. Webb suggests that everything would have come out radically different if there had been no Great War.

What would have made such a difference?  You’ll have to read the NCSE post to find out the details.

 

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