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John Stott, Exegesis and Evolution

John Stott was promoted to glory on Wednesday, July 27th 2011. He lived his life serving God, proclaiming the Gospel and faithfully exegeting Scripture. On the latter point, he was a huge influence on preachers who followed, encouraging exegetical methods among evangelicals, particularly in his own denomination, the Church of England. A Life of Influence […]

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The Big Bang Theory

What is the Big Bang Theory? We would not normally consider it necessary to explain how a theory works that we don’t even believe in. However, there are a lot of misunderstandings about the Big Bang theory. This includes misunderstandings amongst fellow creationists, who therefore sometimes end up opposing ideas that the Big Bang theorists […]

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Fairytale Land and Theorytale Land

Dora The Explorer My son was watching Dora the explorer this morning and they went to fairytale land. The magic words you had to say to get there were “once upon a time.”  Once inside fairytale land, just about anything can happen. Poor Boots ate the banana from the Wicked Witch and fell fast asleep. […]

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Are there simple life-forms? (Part 2)

Q: My Biology textbook says the first simple life-forms were single-celled ones in the Cambrian layers? What is that all about? A: Well, let’s see—just from that sentence, I would say (1) there are no “simple life-forms”; (2) there is no such thing as a “Cambrian” layer; and (3) nearly all types of life are […]

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Are there simple life-forms? (Part 1)

Q: My Biology textbook says the first simple life-forms were single-celled ones in the Cambrian layers? What is that all about? A: Well, let’s see—just from that sentence, I would say (1) there are no “simple life-forms”; (2) there is no such thing as a “Cambrian” layer; and (3) nearly all types of life are found in all the […]

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Vestigial structures and their purposes

Q: Biology textbooks say there are vestigial structures like…(a) human tail bones, (b) whale pelvis, (c) snake hind legs, (d) the appendix, and (e) gill slits on embryos. Are these really evolutionary leftovers? A: Not all textbooks cite the same vestigial structures, but let’s take a look at all of them together, and then analyze […]

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A cow with an extra leg

This photo from a modern Biology textbook shows a cow with an extra leg as an example of a mutation. This is nonsense! Cows already have the genetic info to make a leg Two questions: 1) Why didn’t it add new information? 2) Why didn’t the cow get a wing or a fin or gills? […]

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Was early Earth’s atmosphere different?

Q: Biology textbooks often say, “Billions of years ago the earth’s atmosphere was very different.” Is this true? A: No, this is not true, but let me explain why it is important to the evolution of life. Of the six meanings of the word, they are now dealing with number four (organic evolution). Getting life from chemicals is […]

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Evolution: Miracle of Miracles

Do you believe that Jesus walked on water? If so, you just might be a Christian. Do you believe that God created that water out of nothing? If so, then you just might be a creationist. Miracles and science Christian creationists have no problem with the concept of a Creator-God who can suspend the laws […]

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