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Fast Water, Quick Canyons
Genesis 8:3a
"And the waters returned from off the earth continually..."
Visitors to the Grand Canyon will recall the Park Rangers saying that it took millions of years for water to carve out the Canyon. We have looked at examples of rapid canyon formation in previous...

Discussion & Answers to Creation Evolution Debates | Blog

Feb 2, 2009

Have you ever heard evolutionists brashly claim that all legitimate scientists believe in evolution? Actually, this is one of their favorite things to say, thinking that this will instantly silence creationists. The fact is - some of the greatest scientists who ever lived believed in biblical creation.

For instance, ...

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Jan 28, 2009

Recently a friend of Creation Moments wisely observed: "Sadly, most Christians are not interested in the creation vs. evolution issue. Atheists, on the other hand, know what is at stake, so they invest a lot of time in defending their religion."

Are the people in your church aware that evolution is, in fact, a "religion" that promotes atheism? If not, perhaps God is calling on YOU to...

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Jan 20, 2009

We find it very interesting that President Obama's inaugural address today included the words: "All men are equal." Notice anything missing? Obviously he was quoting the best-known phrase in any of America's political documents, the Declaration of Independence, in which Thomas Jefferson penned these immortal words: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created...

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Jan 20, 2009

How very clever that environmentalists have changed "global warming" to "climate change." This way, they can count on receiving taxpayer money even if the earth is found to be cooling down. As Barack Obama is sworn into office today, we expect that more taxpayer money will be spent to control climate change.

After all, he has selected key advisers who believe strong action is needed to...

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Jan 12, 2009

Imagine that you're taking a tour of the SETI Institute when a transmission arrives from a star system many light-years from earth: "Greetings, Earthlings." Imagine the uproar, the sound of corks popping out of champagne bottles, the cheers, the hugs and the high-fives. Now imagine that you interrupt the celebration by saying: "Excuse me, but how do you know for sure you've found signs of...

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Jan 4, 2009

Have you ever marveled at the instinctual behaviors of animals? How do birds and butterflies know where (and when) to migrate? How do creatures with hardly a brain at all - like the lowly worm - know how to accomplish tasks they were never taught? Ask an evolutionist, and they'll tell you that instincts are merely favorable traits that are passed on because they improve the animal's ability to...

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Dec 31, 2008

For evolutionists, 2009 is a special year of celebration. Not only does 2009 mark the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin, it represents the 150th anniversary of Darwin's On the Origin of Species. It's important to remember, though, that this is not just about science. As the science establishment celebrates the life and achievements of Darwin, they are also rejoicing because they...

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Dec 16, 2008

The Associated Press reported today the discovery of the world's oldest spider web. The web was found encased in a prehistoric piece of amber considered to be 140 million years old.

Now if you're a card-carrying evolutionist - like any scientist funded by the National Science Foundation - you'd expect the web to be considerably different than the spider webs produced by modern spiders....

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Dec 14, 2008

"It is absolutely safe to say that if you meet somebody who claims not to believe in evolution, that person is ignorant, stupid or insane (or wicked, but I'd rather not consider that)." - Richard Dawkins (The Blind Watchmaker)

This famous quote from one of the world's leading atheists makes a lot more sense with a few words changed: "It is absolutely safe to say that...

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Dec 7, 2008

Can you name the two men who discovered the "DNA computer" back in 1953? When James Watson and Francis Crick discovered the double-helix DNA molecule, it was the best of times and the worst of times for Dr. Crick. Though he enjoyed his worldwide celebrity status, how was he to explain the incredible amount of information encoded in the strands of DNA? A self-described agnostic with "a...

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