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Professor Werner Gitt, Information Science

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Why I Choose to Believe in Creation: Dr Gitt is director and professor at the German Federal Institute of Physics and Technology, Germany. He is the head of the Department of Information Technology. He holds a diploma in engineering from the Technical University of Hanover and a doctorate in engineering summa cum laude together with Borchers Medal from the Technical University of Aachen. Dr Gitt has published numerous research papers covering the fields of information science, numerical mathematics, and control engineering….

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Why Design the Universe in 6 Days?

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Although there are many reasons to accept the Biblical record of creation in six days, one of the more interesting ones is from an engineering perspective: if you’re going to make something that is exceedingly complex with endlessly interconnected systems and sub-systems, the most logical way to do it is to put all the necessary pieces together, fully-working, at one time…

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Gems From Genesis

And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day

My first year of college, I went to a liberal “Christian” college. I remember being taught that the days of creation were not “real” days, but were periods of time, millions of years long and were representative of the long ages of evolutionary history. This is a common belief in our world today. However, I believe that there are many reasons to reject this “Day-Age Theory” and to confidently affirm the literal accuracy of the Creation account in Genesis…

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