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Today's Creation Moment

The Answer Is Blowin' in the Wind
Psalm 92:4
"For thou, LORD, hast made me glad through thy work: I will triumph in the works of thy hands."
When you were a child, did you ever stick your arm out of the window of your car as it traveled at high speed? If so, you will remember how the fast-moving air currents would push your arm up, down,...


Ask Now the Beasts


Background. An important principle of family responsibilities is given in Genesis 9:18-27. If the son of a family commits a public sin (e.g., breaking a window), the father is held responsible. Knowing this and following Ham’s mockery, Noah placed the blame for Ham’s sin upon Ham’s son, Canaan. This would ensure that Ham himself would then rightfully receive the disgrace that was due to him. However, by this same principle, God clearly foresaw the possibility that as “Adam’s Father” later generations might hold God Himself responsible for Adam’s sin.

Out of Mankind's League


Allen DunckleyMake no mistake about it: There is no human being who is alive or ever was alive or ever will be alive who is smart enough to know where, when, or how the Universe came to be. Oh, there is no doubt that one or several may conjure up a hypothesis or two as an explanation. But after all is said and done, what one is left with is futile thoughts and specious ideas drenched in misplaced hubris and aggressive arrogance.

Do Christians Need to Believe in a Young Earth?

On page 24 of his book The Bible, Rocks and Time, Davis Young writes: “… Christians who believe that the earth is extremely old have interpreted the creation account of Genesis One in a variety of alternative ways, and they also maintain that Genesis does not necessarily require belief that the flood of Noah cover the entire globe.

The Bible Is NOT a Theory!


The Sixty-Seventh Book of the Bible

“I testify to everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: if anyone adds to them, God will add to him the plagues which are written in this book…” (Revelation 22:18)

As we all know, there are 66 books in the Bible – no more, no less. And yet, from the way that many people interpret the first chapter of Genesis, it appears that they have added a sixty-seventh book to the Bible – a book that guides them in their study of the other 66 books of the Bible.

The name of that sixty-seventh book is the philosophy of naturalism, so-called “science.”

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