Tag: Evolution

Evolution (molecules-to-man theory) examines the failed theories of Darwin. It is pseudo-science, not based on the evidence at hand but on the presuppositions and assumptions of those who continue to reject the truth of God’s Word.

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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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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Is Genesis History?

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One question, ” Is Genesis history?,” has been asked for generations, and for generations, the answer has been “yes, it is.’ However, that understanding has recently come under attack with the rise of Darwinian (molecules-to-man) evolution, and what used to

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What is TruthAnchor?

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What is TruthAnchor? It’s my response to what I see happening all around me. The world seems to be getting more confusing, and people are confronted with multiple viewpoints on practically every topic you can think of. Often these viewpoints

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Seeing the Invisible

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I frequently have opportunities to talk to unbelievers about God, and it just so happens that because of my work in healthcare many of them are very intelligent and/or highly educated. They are not dummies. The have all kinds of

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Evolution’s Conundrum

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What is science? When someone claims to be a “scientist” does that hold them accountable to a strict way of discovering new principles, and how those discoveries are verified? Then, because others trust them to maintain this accountability, does what

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