Hamm on “Historical Science” vs. “Operational Science”

Young Earth creationist (and founder of Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum) argues that there is an important distinction between “historical science” and “operational (observational) science.”

Operational science is indeed observable, testable, falsifiable, and so on—but none of those words describes evolutionary ideas! While biblical creation may not be provable through tests and observation, neither is molecules-to-man evolution (or astronomical evolution).


Note too that Hamm challenges Zack Kopplin to a debate.

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