Moi je suis vivant, et pas étonné du tout d'être sur terre. Je vais aussi chercher de l'information, mais la Bible n'est pas la seule source d'information disponible. Et moi, après avoir lu la Bible, je ne la juge pas fiable du tout pour ce qui est de parler de la science.
A ce propos, lire les commentaires négatifs sur le livre "in six days" se révèle très intéressant.
https://www.amazon.com/Six-Days-Scienti ... filter-bar
I think the subtitle pretty much shows what this is all about. Notice it does not say "why 50 scientists THINK creationism is TRUE" but why they CHOOSE to BELIEVE IT. That's the whole problem with religious thinking; it's not about truth but about wishful thinking.
So someone found 50 scientists that choose to believe Creationism. Notice the title "choose to believe in creation" --these scientists didn't use their scientific background to come up with this pseudo-science fairy tale. They are starting with a conclusion and retrofitting it into biblical mythology.
This "book" is actually a collection of religious testimonies of 50 Christian "scientists". Actually, it has no central theme except for the bashing of evolutionary and comological science on religious grounds, not scientific grounds. And many of the "scientists" are not researchers, but practical applicants, such as engineers and doctors. The majority of these people speak outside their area of expertise, and when speaking inside their expertise, they fall back on personal feelings and outrageous speculation, not science, to uphold their belief in a 6 day creation.