Someone writes a book, or develops a theory (or even just presents some speculation), and then a believer in a church uses that information and says something like,
“The YEC position is true and here’s the proof! You are crazy if you can’t believe it because we have this evidence.”
Sadly, sometimes I hear this sort of thing. Folks it just should not happen. And a person who hears it might react, complaining with,
“A (creation ministry) speaker filled their heads with stuff, which isn’t true about the YEC interpretation of the Bible.”
Well that’s how the recipient may have understood the attack on his belief system, which was obviously not a biblical creationist one. Maybe he believes in theistic evolution or big bang or both. (I am not supporting those inconsistent interpretations, but I am talking about our approach.) This sort of thing has led to a division in the fellowship. Some even claim that the whole subject of biblical creation is divisive. That is not what I am talking about, but rather how some well-meaning people use speculations and theories like clubs trying to win an argument, when they should be categorized only as man’s attempts at a solution to a biblical creationist problem.