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Richard Dawkins Meets Logic

I love good humor! When I came across this video where Richard Dawkins meets his match against critical thinking and logic I was pretty amused! Hope you enjoy!     If you have questions about Creation and Evolution, please use our new search tool at the top of this site. It is a specially designed search [...]

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God Created Earth Day 2015

In 2011 we saw an opportunity to share the truth about our Creator God on a day when many people honor “Mother Earth”—Earth Day. That was the initiation of the God Created Earth Day movement, which we pray will continue to impact people around the world. This morning I went on a walk enjoying the [...]

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Can God and Evil Co-exist?

One of the most difficult issues facing the Church Today is the problem of Evil. This argument against God goes something like this. Epicurus on the Problem of Evil To address this question I would like to share this talk from Mark Spence of Living Waters. Mark Spence gave a powerful talk on the “Problem [...]

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70% Of Men Are Losing This Battle

At 6:00 this morning I met with two young men who are dealing with sexual brokenness. Raised in the Church, with godly Parents, Christian Education and Porn; they realize it is a problem, they recognize the addiction, now they want out! My time with these young men was straightforward as we talked about the truth behind [...]

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April 2015 Genesis Movie Update

Scenes continue to be completed in the Genesis 3D movie! The more I see of this film the more excited I am about how God will use this to impact eternity. If you haven’t yet, please go to the Genesis Movie Facebook Page and “Like” the page. This is where you can get the most [...]

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Little Grand Canyon – Not Millions of Years!

This weekend I had the pleasure of backpacking and camping with my family and some friends at the “Little Grand Canyon of Georgia”. Here, in the deep south, massive gullies up to 150 feet deep offer visitors a stunning variety of color through its foliage and rock layer formations. Viewing the erosion features of this [...]

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