Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor discuss: The Oklo Natural Nuclear Reactor; the fountains of the deep breaking open; the first day of creation.
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Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor discuss: Defense mechanisms such as thorns; Mokele Mbembe; How people scattered across the world.
Our Facebook page recently contained a number of common challenges to the creation position. These sorts of questions are mostly copied and pasted from other forums, as the people who ask such questions are generally not interested in a logical response. Nevertheless, it might be instructive to include these as part of an article, in […]
Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor discuss: creationists versus scientists; the appendix and vestigial organs; the benefit of denying a creator.
Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor discuss: Does a day mean a day; dinosaurs with big eyes; and museum dinosaur exhibits.
Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor discuss: How should a student cope in a public school; Does belief in creation affect salvation; Should creation be used when preaching the gospel?
A list of creation scientists who are/were contributors to science
Paul Taylor responds to a claim that young-earth creationism is rooted in Seventh-Day Adventism and is not biblical.
Q: I am new to the Christian faith and have been wondering how after the flood animals spread across the newly created oceans. I have tried to find out online but have not had much success. Could you enlighten me, please? A: I have addressed the question of post-Flood animal migration before, when I worked […]
Q: Wouldn’t the world be overpopulated if Adam and Eve had not sinned? This is a fair question that many have asked. I’m not sure how other creationists or theologians answer it, but here are my eclectic thoughts in no particular order: Since the Bible says God greatly multiplied Eve’s conception after she sinned, it […]
Feedback Friday Vlog Science vs the Scientific Method Die writes in on the blog “Six Meanings of Evolution”: Here we go again. “Obviously no one explained to him that science means knowledge.” Because obiously, it doesn’t. Science is the method to aquire new knowledge. Die I believe you are confusing “Science” with the “Scientific Method.” […]
There are lots of opinions in the world about who is right and who is wrong on any subject. Richard Dawkins interviews Wendy Write for a video entitled “The Genius of Charles Darwin,” and was making the claim that there is overwhelming evidence to show that Evolutionism is the right view over Creationism. As always, […]