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Today's Creation Moment

Jun
28
You Are Mostly Bacteria
Leviticus 17:11
"For the life of the flesh is in the blood: and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh an...
You may want to be sitting down as you listen to today's broadcast. Why? Because scientists tell us there are far more bacterial cells in your body than actual human cells. According to researchers...
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Origin of Life

The Three Eternal Questions

 

The three eternal questions that everyone asks at some point in their life are:

1. Where did we come from?

2. Why are we here?

3. Where are we going?

The Problems with Evolution, Part 4: Radiometric Dating and Conclusion

Steve RisnerThis blog posting was written by Steve Risner and is used with his permission. Steve is a member of the Creation Moments group on Facebook. He wrote this as a letter to the editor of his local newspaper. We have broken up the letter into four parts. Today's post brings the series to an end.

The Problems with Evolution, Part 3: Transitional Fossils and the Geologic Column

This blog posting was written by Steve Risner and is used with his permission. Steve is a member of the Creation Moments group on Facebook. He wrote this as a letter to the editor of his local newspaper. We have broken up the letter into four parts and are posting it on successive days.

The Problems with Evolution, Part 2: Abiogenesis and the Cambrian Explosion

Steve RisnerThis blog posting was written by Steve Risner and is used with his permission. Steve is a member of the Creation Moments group on Facebook. He wrote this as a letter to the editor of his local newspaper. We have broken up the letter into four parts and are posting it on successive days.

The Problems with Evolution, Part 1: Misunderstandings

Steve RisnerThis blog posting was written by Steve Risner and is used with his permission. Steve is a member of the Creation Moments group on Facebook. He wrote this as a letter to the editor of his local newspaper. We have broken up the letter into four parts and are posting it on successive days.

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