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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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A Rainbow and a Covenant

Few things in creation are as beautiful or wonderful as a rainbow. It is a scientific phenomenon that can be expressed in terms of numbers associated with frequencies and wavelengths of light, and it is also an artistic object, enjoyed because of its beauty. The Science of the Rainbow The rainbow is based on some [...]

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Marriage in the Bible

One of the remarkable features of the Bible is that it relates history as a narrative of what actually happened, whether or not these happenings are according to God’s Law. For example, King David was described as “a man after God’s own heart.” And when he had removed him, he raised up David to be [...]

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Debating Atheism Version 1.0

Twitter Debates I got into a twitter conversation with an atheist named Alex a while back and found the conversation worth a read. Alex continues to try to push the conversation into the area of science and knowledge, yet had already admitted that he may be wrong about everything he thinks he knows.  If you [...]

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