Advice from Luther Sunderland to his Fellow Creationists

Luther Sunderland, New York's leading creationist, wants his colleagues to be careful when discussing the subject of origins in educational and scientific circles. Among his warnings is this most interesting item—"Do not talk about a flood because there is no way a single world flood can be derived from scientific evidence alone. Talk about global catastrophes."

(P. 185, Scopes II: the Great Debate
by Louisiana State Senator Bill Keith)
Title: 
Advice from Luther Sunderland to his Fellow Creationists
Volume: 
4
Number: 
3
Quarter: 
Summer
This version might differ slightly from the print publication.
Page(s): 
52
Year: 
1983