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The Declaration of Independence

July 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws [...]

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Don’t Miss the Boat

So much of the world around us was shaped by the events both during and shortly after the Flood. It is our contention that the majority of the world’s fossils were formed during the Flood, and most of the rest formed during local flood events shortly after, as waters on the continents were dispersed. We [...]

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Interview on British Television

If you live in the United Kingdom, or in Europe, you may be aware of Revelation TV – a satellite Christian TV channel that broadcasts via the Astra satellite, which covers most of Western Europe. Alone of all the Christian channels broadcasting to the UK, Revelation TV takes a firm stand on the truth of [...]

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Teaching Good Science in Springboro, OH

In view of the controversy surrounding what the school board in Springboro, OH, is proposing vis-à-vis High School Biology education, it might be instructive to look at how Ohio’s existing science standards relate to the issue. At the outset, it needs to be emphasized that, contrary to what evolutionists claim, Creation Today does not advocate [...]

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Straw Men Against the Flood

As my latest book, Don’t Miss the Boat—a detailed but non-technical book about the Flood—is due to be published in about a month, I thought it would be a good idea to look at some accusations that people level against the historicity of the Flood. I came across this set of questions on a web [...]

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God Created Earth Day

If punctuation is not used, or if it is misused, then a sentence or phrase can take on a number of meanings. Sometimes, this can cause amusing misunderstandings, as in the famous bad comma in the definition of the panda as an animal that “eats, shoots and leaves,” providing a mental image of the cuddly [...]

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