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James I. Nienhuis

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James I. Nienhuis is a young earth creationist author and blogger. As well as taking the Bible literally, he also takes Plato's description of Atlantis in Timaeus and Critias literally—so long as it does not contradict the Bible, saying the Ice age actually ended circa 1500 BCE.

The most notable feature of his blogging is the article titles, which are typically about half the number of words in the articles themselves (possibly an attempt at search engine optimization). The blog postings usually revolve around a few topics: Darwinists deny that the cubit "was determined by the slow wobble rate of the earth’s axis, at 72 years/degree"; that the last ice age only ended at 1,500 BC, and the world was warmer then (disproving global warming); and that every God outside of the Judeo-Christian mythology is a descendant of Noah.

Occasionally he will blog about politics, which is even more scary, usually taking the talking points straight off WorldNutDaily.[1]

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