Dr. Gail E. Terrell, was Pastor
of Grace Baptist Church in
Cincinnati, Ohio, presented the
creationist position from the
view point of an experienced
scientist and science teacher,
who was a Baptist preacher.
credentials are as follows: from
the University of
M.Ed. in science and mathemat ics,M.B.A. in marketing, B.S. in chemical engineering;from Cincinnati Baptist Bible College—Th.D,M.Div. and Liberty University Doctor of Ministry -posthumously
God's Gift of Salvation
is for Sinners Only!
unto them, They that are whole have no need of
the physician, but they that are sick: I came not
to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.
The Gospel (good news) of salvation in
Christ is only for self-judged, condemned sin -
ners. A sinner is one who dis obeys and breaks
God’s law. The Gospel is for sinners who real -
ize their need for salvation from their lost sinful
condition. The Gospel is for the broken-hearted
guilty sinner like Paul who realizes that he is
condemned before the Holy God. 1 Timothy
1:15 This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all
acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the
world to save sinners, of whom I am chief.
My View of Dr. Gail E. Terrell
I heard that “pop” so many times I became immune to jumping at the bang. I remember when Dad was
debating an evolutionist on TV in West Virginia. He popped his infamous balloon and a woman
who was sleeping jumped sky high and threw her eyeglasses three rows back. The woman was the
wife of the evolutionist Dad was debating. See even she was bored by evolution. It took a creationist to wake her up!
Dad was extremely intelligent, but he was not boisterous about it.You could ask him anything at anytime and he would have an answer on everything; you may not always like the answer, and more than likely, it was the correct answer and based on God’s Word.
In Public Educational
sive teaching of evolution in public educational in -
stitutions. Thousands of scientists, in growing
numbers, believe that creation is a more effective
scientific model of origins than evolution. Science
teaching in public educational institutions should
not be biased and prejudiced concern ing origins.
Students need to be exposed to scientific evidences
support ing creationism. Scientific creationism can
be presented in public educational institutions with -
out mentioning religious issues. It is educationally
dishonest for public educa tional institutions to with -
hold the scientific model of creation from students
be cause some ed ucational lead ers prefer to
believe the model of evolution.