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Today's Creation Moment

Jul
31
This Carbon-14 Discovery Is a Gem
Job 28:16
"It [wisdom] cannot be valued with the gold of Ophir, with the precious onyx, or the sapphire."
Because half of the radioactive carbon-14 in anything decays to nonradioactive material in 5,730 years, things that are supposedly millions of years old cannot possibly have any. At least that's what...
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There Are None So Blind

Here at Creation Moments, whenever we view breathtaking photos from the Hubble Space Telescope, we are filled with awe and praise for the God who created the universe. Atheists, however, can look at the very same photos and sing praises, not to the Creator but to the things He created. Here's just one example of what we're talking about:

"How can someone inspect the grandeur of the universe, the complexity that arises explosively out of simplicity and STILL believe in a divine creator? We live in an age where we have access to these beautiful images; we should be proud to shrug off our past superstitions and embrace the beauty of science and atheism. Atheism isn't a dirty word, it's a promotion of our species out of the dark, ghost-haunted world. We know now, for the first time in our existence, that there's no need for the God hypothesis!" [posted June 9 at the Hubble Space Telescope iGoogle site]

While we are saddened to read things like this, we are not surprised. After all, Paul wrote about this worldview two thousand years ago: "For they exchanged the truth of God for a  lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen." (Romans 1:25)

So even when an atheist posts a message like this on the Internet, all he's doing is inadvertently underscoring the truths found in the pages of Scripture.

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