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The Master of Light
Psalm 96:9
"O worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness: fear before him, all the earth."
Over hundreds of years, science has learned a lot about manipulating light. And while lasers and liquid crystals might seem pretty sophisticated, some of God's creatures show us how much more there...

Discussion & Answers to Creation Evolution Debates | Blog

Jul 14, 2010

At one time NASA was involved with extending mankind's knowledge through space exploration. With the historic flight of Apollo 11 in 1969, the space agency celebrated its proudest moment as the world watched Neil Armstrong and then Buzz Aldrin step out onto the surface of the moon.

Lately, however, NASA seems to be more concerned with looking for life elsewhere in the universe to help...

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Jun 21, 2010

The outrageous "Will It Blend?" videos on YouTube are causing quite a sensation. In each of the videos, a man in a white lab coat places an object into a blender and turns it on, demolishing iPods, Bic lighters, golf balls, Coke cans, a pair of Nikes, and many other items. In the latest video, he smashes a brand new Apple iPad into millions of tiny pieces – approximately the same number as the...

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May 5, 2010

A warning from Creation Moments: Watch out for the belief - held by many people within the church - that molecules-to-man evolution is compatible with the Bible's teachings. As we've pointed out in many Creation Moments programs and articles, evolution and creation are not compatible in any way. Still, we keep receiving e-mails like this one - from a college professor in the field of science...

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Apr 21, 2010

Thursday, April 22, is "Earth Day" around the globe, but here at Creation Moments, it's Anti-Earth Day. Don't take this wrong. We're not anti-Earth, but we're most definitely against "Earth Day." And we're anti-anything that is anti-Christianity. According to The Environmental Handbook - the "bible" of the modern environmentalism movement - Christianity is largely at...

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Mar 25, 2010

"Evolution More Rapid Than Darwin Thought" was the headline that accompanied a story this week on the evolutionary website ScienceDaily. According to the story, "It has been the accepted view among evolutionary biologists since Darwin published his Origin of Species in 1859 that measurable evolutionary changes occur slowly, often taking hundreds of generations. This view may...

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Mar 4, 2010

This blog entry begins a new series that takes a look at some of the logical fallacies used by evolutionists to promote a philosophy that masquerades as science. Creation Moments believes it is important that Christians recognize such fallacies in order to defend biblical truth.

How often have you heard evolutionists say: "There's really no disagreement among reputable...

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Feb 22, 2010

Belief in biblical creation was opposed a week ago (February 12-14) by the 854 congregations in 50 states, the District of Columbia and 12 countries that celebrated "Evolution Weekend" - an annual event organized by The Clergy Letter Project. On a positive note, however, this year's number of participating congregations was down from the 1,049 congregations that celebrated Evolution Weekend in...

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Feb 15, 2010

Back in 1974, a humor magazine for scientists - The Journal of Irreproducible Results - carried a delightful story called "National Geographic, the Doomsday Machine."* In it, author George H. Kaub asserts: "This continent is in the gravest danger of following legendary Atlantis to the bottom of the sea. No natural disaster, no overpowering compounding of pollutions or...

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Jan 23, 2010

"The church is filled with hypocrites!"

When sharing the gospel with atheists, Darwinists and other unbelievers, we hear this line all the time. After all, it's probably one of the most common reasons non-Christians give as to why they won't put their faith in Christ. But who is the real hypocrite here?

  • These people still go to work, though their...
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Jan 16, 2010

In this age of the Internet, most people turn to Wikipedia for information. We use it ourselves from time to time. However, we'd like to emphasize that this online encyclopedia should be used with extreme caution, especially when looking up any topic touching on politics, religion or worldviews. Take, for instance, its article about "creationism":

"Creationism is the ...

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