Burn, I'd love to discuss the shortcomings of the Clovis First theory but the next two weeks are bad for me to do anything in depth. I have to start the new school year on the Tuesday after Labor Day and I'm working like crazy to get my lesson plans done, etc., for the new year. Perhaps the week following Labor Day we could have a thread on it and discuss it.
Why so defensive? (CHRISTIANS ONLY)
Reading books from Francis Collins (who believes that God set evolution in motion), Norman Geisler (who definitely believes in the Big Bang), Victor Reppert, and of course, C.S. Lewis, has changed me from being a narrow-minded Christian (like I was 7 or 8 years ago) to an open minded one.
While I was never closed minded, those works did indeed help me come to grip with the fact that my faith AND my science could co-exist.