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A Question of Created Light

One of the most common objections to the biblical creation position is this: God said “Let there be light” on Day One, but did not create the sources of light until Day Four. How can this be? Does this not prove that the days were not real days? What Light Actually Is Behind this question [...]

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Genesis and Marriage

Does a creationist organization have anything to say about marriage? Should we say anything about marriage? The answer to both questions is “yes.” In my unregenerate teenage years, I read a famous science fiction book (whose title and author I will not mention, as I do not recommend this book) where the principle characters were [...]

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Geological Wonder, the Giant’s Causeway, In the News

Recent news reports have suggested that the National Trust in Northern Ireland has repudiated traditional “millions-of-years” geology and converted their new Visitors’ Centre at the Giant’s Causeway to creationism.1 As is usual with such hype, nothing could be further from the truth. The Giant’s Causeway is one of the geological wonders of the world. Its [...]

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God Particles in Particular

We received a message yesterday, which was presumably not from one of our supporters. It read “The Higgs Boson is a much greater blow to your beliefs than Darwin’s theory, good luck and welcome to the age of science.” Let me explain why such a comment is particularly foolish. What is a Higg’s Boson? A [...]

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South Korea Removes Evolution from Schools. Really?

Hyperbole from news media on the subject of evolution is nothing new. So, when reports started appearing in the secular media that South Korea was removing the teaching of evolution from schools, most creationists would have smelled a rat. Fortunately, our friends at Answers in Genesis had their ear to the ground on this issue, [...]

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Are Atheists Forcing Christians to Be Creationists?

A recent Gallup Poll1 has suggested that 46 percent of all Americans hold a creationist viewpoint of human origins. This statistic by itself promotes comment. The Gallup report states: Most Americans are not scientists, of course, and cannot be expected to understand all of the latest evidence and competing viewpoints on the development of the [...]

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Liking Itching Ears

As an author, I like to check where my books are being sold and often check on their Amazon listings. It was amusing to find that the Amazon algorithm had recommended a useful product for people who were buying my new book, No Time for Itching Ears. It suggested that they buy a cream that [...]

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