Tag: Creation

Creation deals with the logical, rational and scientific evidence which explains the origin of life and offers a rational explanation to that which science can’t answer. Mathematics, chemistry, biology and other life sciences all point to an origin of life that is outside the parameters of random selection.

God Uses the Weak

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Sometimes I feel useless in my walk with God. Do you ever feel that way, too? I’ve heard that God uses the weak to accomplish His plan, but there are times when I have trouble believing that.  Why is that

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Foundations of Evolution – Part 3

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The foundations of evolution are filled with assumptions. It is a thread that courses through the entire theory from beginning to end. Evolutionists will deny this, of course, even violently so at times, when confronted with this obvious fact. While

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Foundations of Evolution – Part 2

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The foundations of evolution, like all other theories, must start at the beginning. If the foundations of evolution are incorrect then you can reasonably conclude that the rest of the theory is junk and should be discarded. So then, let’s

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Foundations of Evolution

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I was recently involved in a Disqus exchange regarding the bias present in the Creation/Evolution controversy. Eventually the discussion focused on the foundations of evolution and why many seem to have such animus against the concept of creation. I thought

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God Resists the Proud

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God resists the proud is a biblical concept that each of us should think about, and for some very important reasons. It’s found in both the Old and New Testaments, and so we know that God places importance on it.

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Examining Evolution – Part 3

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What can we gain from examining evolution? The simple answer is A LOT! We separate fact from theory. We find out what does and doesn’t fit into the picture being painted. We find out what makes a statement probable or

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Examining Evolution – Part 2

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By examining evolution we see that the theory of how life started is found at every level of society. A House of Cards It begins with toddlers being given little plastic toy dinosaurs and the toddlers as they are told

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Examining Evolution

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I (as TruthAnchor1 on Disqus) have been involved in some lively chats regarding my examining evolution. There is a lot of misunderstanding on both sides of the discussion, so I think it would be a good thing if we start

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He Has Risen From The Dead!

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Easter means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. To those who actively follow Jesus it means that He has risen from the dead! Even though the story is a couple thousand years old I’m always

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The Difference Between Wisdom and Knowledge

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Both wisdom and knowledge are mentioned frequently in the Bible, but many people don’t seem to understand the difference between wisdom and knowledge. That distinction is important, especially considering everything that’s happening in our world. Everyone can agree that the

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