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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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Killing People vs Killing Ants

If humans are just highly evolved animals, what is wrong with exterminating some when they become a nuisance? The evolution worldview can not explain why it would be wrong to kill people just like killing ants. Materialism and chemical reactions do not give rise to morality that dictates what is right and wrong. Yesterday my […]

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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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GodCreatedEarthDay

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God Created this amazing planet we call earth. In the beginning it was perfect, and then something happened that resulted in tragedy. Let me explain to you what happened, and how to fix it.   I pray that you enjoy earth day every day as you celebrate what God has done through His Son Jesus […]

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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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