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The Days in Genesis
Genesis 1:5
“And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.”
Silently, a huge, powerful form slides through the deep, cold, dark depths of the sea. The men aboard the nuclear submarine have seen neither sun nor daylight for months, yet each one knows what day...
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Discussion & Answers to Creation Evolution Debates | Blog

Jul 30, 2013

The new film – Evolution vs. God, directed by Ray Comfort and available from Creation Moments – is a series of interviews with college students and professors who all claim to believe in evolution. Comfort asks direct questions starting with, “Do you believe in evolution?” and “Can you give me one example of Darwinian evolution of one kind of animal changing to another kind of animal...

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Jul 11, 2013

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. Today's post brings the series to an end.

Commonly pointed to as evidence for an old earth is radiometric dating – the idea of...

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Jul 10, 2013

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.

Another major problem for evolution is there isn’t a single indisputable transition fossil...

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Jul 9, 2013

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.

Abiogenesis is a fancy word that is used to describe what must have taken place for...

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Jul 8, 2013

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.

I have been involved with the study of creation and evolution for about 15 years. I love the...

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May 24, 2013

Honest!

I know it sounds stupid, but evolutionists really believe that your body and your brain were developed by a series of random, unplanned accidents passed on by inheritance from parents to children.

They have faith that random accidents (called mutations) gradually changed the simple, little brains of one-celled animals into the wonderful brains inside their own skulls...

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Feb 1, 2013

As a product of the public school system, I always assumed that evolution was fact. Majoring in science in college, I began having my doubts about the scientific logic of evolution. The first organism that I learned about that was not explainable by evolution was the woodpecker. There is no way that it could have evolved with so many specialized organs. It could only be explained by being...

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Jan 28, 2013

Today’s blog post was written by Jimmie Douglas, an ardent creationist and friend of Creation Moments. We asked him for permission to post this poem after seeing it in the Creation Moments Facebook group.

Destined for Eternity!

Evolution says I’m a relative of the cockroach and the slug,
   descended from an ancient slime and a...

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Oct 1, 2012

 

A recent presentation at the 2012 Western Pacific Geophysics meeting in Singapore showed C-14 dates of soft tissue found in dinosaur bones to be in the range from 22,000 - 39,000 years old. Previously, it has been assumed that dinosaurs died out over 65 million years...
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Sep 26, 2012

 

The likable, enthusiastic teacher once again injected humor into his television program as he went through another science experiment poking fun at himself by being a bit of a goof ball. In this way, “Bill Nye the Science Guy” endeared himself to parents and kids...
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