Evolutionists Won't Debate Creationists
Public debates between qualified evolutionists and creationists are fairly uncommon. If evolutionists are so sure of the their beliefs, why do we rarely see them in debates? Likely the reason is that evolutionists do not want the public, particularly young students to hear the creationist viewpoint. Evolutionists do not want people to know that there is an alternative to their beliefs that they have established for over 200 years and that evolution is not proven fact. The much publicized debate between popular science guru Bill Nye and young-earth creationist Ken Ham in 2014 was a rare debate. Before the debate, evolutionists urged Nye, a fellow evolutionist, not to agree to the debate. However, Nye agreed and the debate was held. Ham is the founder of one of the largest creationist organizations in the world. It is not the creationists that refuse to debate but rather it is the evolutionists that refuse to debate. Creationists have nothing to lose and everything to gain by getting the word out about creation science, which is censored out of the mainstream media and academia. When the public learns that there is a legitimate alternative to evolution that has strong scientific evidence, many will support creation science.