Wade E. Miller. Laguna Niguel, California: KCT & Associates, 2009. Softbound 5 3/4 x 8 3/4″, 100 pages.
Some Answers for the Critics
The early leaders of the church had this to say about geology and other sciences. ” The study of geology will then be extended to millions of worlds, and will embrace a knowledge of their physical features and boundaries, their resources, mineral and vegetable; their rivers, lakes, seas, continents and islands…” (Parley P. Pratt, 1891).
“According to the conception of geologists the earth passes through ages of preparation, to us unmeasured and immeasurable, during which countless generations of plants and animals existed in great variety and profusion and gave in part the very substance of their bodies to help form certain strata which are still existent as such…” (James E. Talmage, apostle and geologist, 1931)
“The progress of science [geology] may yet shed much light on the origin of the earth.” (John A. Widtsoe, 1960 – published posthumously).
“…without fear of anyone’s objecting, and the teacher can be free to express his honest conviction regarding it, whether the subject be in geology, the history of the world, the millions of years that it took to prepare the physical world…” (David O McKay, 1956).