Wonders never cease! At our last event at the Creation Store, everyone was seeing stars. Literally. Creation Today staff and area believers enthusiastically welcomed David Rives of David Rives Ministries for an uplifting presentation on the wonder’s of God’s astronomy. Multi-talented across the arts and sciences, David played songs from his music CD, shared the work [...]
Have you ever considered just how awesome a sunrise truly is? Recently I took a 6 AM flight out of Pensacola. As I settled back, the horizon outside my window was dark, but gradually, it lightened into a canvas of reds and oranges. The profusion of color took my breath away. Yet not everyone else [...]
Paul Taylor and Eric Hovind welcome guest David Rives as they discuss how distant starlight can reach the Earth in 6,000 years, the significance of “red shift” and whether or not we see stars forming today.
Paul Taylor an Eric Hovind go on-location to Mobile, AL to interview Dr. Gary Parker. They discuss how Dr. Parker moved from teaching evolutionary biology to teaching creation, as well as the Fossil Hash and “dino poo.”
Paul Taylor and Eric Hovind go on-location to Mobile, AL to interview Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham. They discuss the early days of Ken’s ministry, gay marriage, and the state of the Church in America as it has failed to uphold the authority of God’s Word.
1921-2013 ICR’s website greeted the news of the passing of Duane Gish as “a mixture of sorrow and thankfulness”. That sums up the reaction of all of us involved in creation ministry. Dr. Gish went to be with the Lord on Tuesday March 5th 2013. This followed a lifetime of researching and speaking on the [...]
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. [...]