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Doubt or Defense

When it comes to the truth of God’s Word, there are only two choices. Either you doubt it, or you step up to defend it. For young Aaron, doubt was never an option, but defense seemed equally difficult. At a recent, local Creation Store event, Aaron shared with me his experiences in public high school and [...]

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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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Using Art as a Witness in Public School

Last week, I had the privilege of going to Lipscomb Elementary School and interviewing one of the students there. She is a very hard worker and loves to volunteer in our Creation Store here in Pensacola. She is always bringing in her incredible art projects and telling me about how God is allowing her to [...]

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Are There Two Creation Accounts in Genesis?

It is very common for people to object to the idea that the early chapters of Genesis are literally true. One of the most common objections raised is that of two creation accounts. It is said that Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 contain two different creation myths that cannot both be true. In chapter 1, [...]

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Wonders Invade the Creation Store

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 [...]

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Celebrating the Son Rise

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 [...]

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