There was nothing haphazard in God’s creative work. He deliberately separated things that should be kept separate, such as light and darkness, dry land and the oceans. He created environments that were specifically designed to support different forms of life, such as the seas for fish and the sky for birds. God also named certain [Read more....]

 

If you have any doubt on the absurdity of evolution, just pay attention to how the notion is applied in everyday life. People speak incessantly — and usually in tones of awe — about how this or that is evolving or has evolved. The computer has evolved, we’re told, and it’s still evolving. So is [Read more....]

 

Modern Christians tend to view the whole evolution controversy as of secondary importance, at best. After all, what difference does it really make whether man evolved or was created in six days? We can’t hope to prove the truth one way or the other, so let’s all just get along and have some cookies. What [Read more....]

 

Time-lapse views from the International Space Station. I recommend watching on full-screen.

 

 To be honest, I must admit that naming names and pointing out friends or former friends who have fallen . . . into heretical teaching gives me no pleasure. But they do not attempt to be anonymous. They have produced books, videos, and talks innumerable to advance their version of “biblical” Christianity on the rest [Read more....]

 

The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. (Genesis 1:2, ESV) Pick up a commentary on Genesis — practically any modern commentary will do — and read the author’s comments on Genesis 1:2. Does [Read more....]

 

The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. (Genesis 1:2, ESV) The Genesis account of creation presents a subtle picture of God’s loving gentleness. At the very beginning of time, we discover the Spirit [Read more....]

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