Paul Taylor and Eric Hovind welcome youth evangelist Ben Schettler as they discuss how evolution plays into today’s issues of identity and gender crisis, as well as the historical significance of the “teenager” demographic.
It is a fact that the geologic column shows all the layers of rock, in the order that they were formed over millions of years, thus proving the Bible to be wrong. Isn’t it? No, it isn’t. In fact, the geologic column is a construct—a composite picture compiled from data from lots of different places. [...]
Paul Taylor and I recently had the privilege of interviewing Ken Ham while he was speaking at a creation event in Mobile, Alabama. Our interview with Ken will be aired on an upcoming Creation Today Show episode. Ken has been involved in creation ministry for the past 35 years. He has watched our culture’s morality [...]
I never dreamed that I would get a call to write an article in Answers Magazine, but it came! The current issue features an article that I wrote called “Victory Begins at Home”. It is the third in a three Article series discussing the “Battleground for Kids minds”. I got permission from Answers in Genesis [...]
Paul Taylor and Eric Hovind welcome back guest Stephen Lawwell as they discuss Roe v. Wade, social darwinism and the slippery slope of eugenics.
I was a guest on Cross Encounters Radio on Sunday February 17th 2013, being interviewed by presenter Tony Miano. The show can be heard and downloaded from the Cross Encounters site here. The discussion focused on the relationship between presupposition and evidence, and how Genesis can be used in evangelism.
Paul Taylor and Eric Hovind welcome special guest Stephen Lawwell to discuss how society developed immediately following the flood, including the context of cave men and the stone age in creation history.
Are the days of Genesis 1 actual 24-hour days? Or do they represent figurative periods of time, which could be interpreted as millions of years? It is popular among many conservative evangelical scholars today to suggest the latter position. However, the former position—that the days are literal 24-hour days—is the historic position that the church [...]