About a year ago, while listening to a broadcast on Barney, (my cell-phone) there was a story about the Smithsonian having to close off parts of its dinosaur section until 2019 – they said they were remodeling. But also, at least one of the models was found to not be quite right, per some new finding – or rather, a review of research done several years ago. Something like this: a scientist was out to find a new (and improved?) dinosaur, and lo-and-behold, he found it. Maybe he had a fossil detector, or something. And yeah, the broadcast was from a creationist source; ya see, i don’t set a whole lot of store with secular sources - the socio-political agenda fogs things up a bit. Yeah, i understand, that secular scientists have families to support, and if the funding doesn’t come through… And yeah, what would i do if i was in a similar situation???
Point is: during the past, there have been cases of known fraud. Well, if a person or source lies once, i’ll write it off to my misunderstanding what was said/written; if that person or source lies again, i’ll still question whether or not i was hearing/reading correctly. Uhm, the third time? Turn off the oven, it’s done!
In all fairness, i’ve read of accounts where creation-scientists don’t have their ducks in a row either. Can and does happen for various reasons…being in a hurry to publish, being intimidated by smart-sounding evolutionists, or just not knowing that such-n-such probably didn’t happen that way. Born again, or not born again, we’re humans, we mess up.
There was One human who never made a mistake, never skated over facts, nor committed even one sin – and we know what happened to Him. He was beat up bigtime, then hung on a cross, in a totally brutal manner that even regular thieves were spared. (The two trouble-makers who were crucified on each side of the Lord, surely they had been roughed up a good bit, but their faces and bodies were still recognizable.)