I used to believe in evolution, and didn’t believe the Genesis account of history which says God created the universe in six days. That was before I learned about the terminal weaknesses of the theory of evolution, as well as the scientifically viable theories of creation scientists that actually fit available scientific evidence better than the idea of evolution does.Read more ›
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Illustrious NASA scientist (and agnostic) Dr. Robert Jastrow (1925-2008) put it this way: “For the scientist who has lived by his faith in the power of reason, the story ends like a bad dream. He has scaled the mountain of ignorance; he is about to conquer the highest peak; as he pulls himself over the final rock, he is greeted by a band of theologians who have been sitting there for centuries.”Read more ›
In this series, I stated that humanity was able to accomplish a lot early on and that civilization rose rapidly. I also said that when Noah and his family came off the ark, they brought a lot of practical knowledge and skill with them. One of the examples of this fact are the underwater cities which were built on the continental shelves during the Ice Age.Read more ›
While a lot of the evidence of the pre-Flood civilization was destroyed by the Flood, out-of-place artifacts have been found. And what are out-of-place artifacts? They are manufactured products, which have been found in coal layers which were formed at the time of the Flood. They are evidence of what the pre-Flood people were able to do.Read more ›
In the first part of this series, I said that because of the interdependent systems in living things, human beings and other living things could not wait to evolve. They had to be created in a fully developed state.Read more ›
The year was 1656. Not 1656 B.C. and not 1656 A.D. but the year 1656 as dated from creation. The year 2016 A.D. would be the 1656th year dating forward from 360 A.D. Think of all that has transpired since 360 A.D. Think of all of the improvements in science and technology.Read more ›