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John D. Morris

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This article is about the current head of the Institute for Creation Research. For other pages named Morris, see Morris.
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I especially disassociate myself from the blasphemous use of a profound Scriptural truth to promote a scientific and political lie.
—John D. Morris[1]

John D. Morris is a young Earth creationist and the current president of the Institute for Creation Research.[2] He is the son of the Institute's founder, Henry Morris.

Before he ascended to the throne previously occupied by his father he was the author of a number of hard-hitting articles published by the Institute, including What Can We Do About the Public Schools?,[3] What is the Connection Between Homosexuality and Evolution?,[4] and Are Plants Alive?.[5]

Qualifications[edit]

Apparently, he has several degress:[6][2]

  • B.S., Virginia Tech., Blacksburg, VA, 1969 (Civil Engineering)
  • M.S., University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1977
  • Ph.D.. University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1980 (Geological EngineeringWikipedia)

This must mean his arguments are correct because degrees automatically make someone correct.

Noah's Ark and the Flood[edit]

John Morris is very keen on Noah's Ark, having gone on at least 13 expeditions to Mt. Ararat to search for it.[1] All of these were, obviously, failures. Nevertheless, he considers himself an expert on the subject.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Who's Building Noah's Ark This Time?img A hilarious article condemning the construction of a model of the Ark on Ararat to highlight the dangers of climate change.
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Institute's bio of him.img Assuming that you trust anything that comes out of that organisation
  3. What Can We Do About the Public Schools?img
  4. What is the Connection Between Homosexuality and Evolution?img
  5. Are Plants Alive?img
  6. AiG's bio of him. Again, if you trust them.