Browsing Archive: August, 2012

The Bible, Creation and Science

Posted by FirePrior on Tuesday, August 21, 2012, In : Creation 
by Brian Thomas
  • Gene control regions are protected from tampering, which means that assuming that evolution tampers with them is a faulty conclusion.1
  • Evolutionists turned a blind eye to original dinosaur red blood cells when they claimed that Otzi the Iceman's red blood cells were the oldest preserved. Red blood cells in dinosaur fossils fit with the biblical young world.2
  • A clay seal with the oldest inscription of the word "Bethlehem" confirms that it had been a village before Mi...

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Geological Processes and the Flood

Posted by FirePrior on Tuesday, August 21, 2012, In : Creation 
by John D. Morris, Ph.D.

The great Flood of Noah's day was a time of unthinkable geological upheaval, such that "the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished" (II Peter 3:6). No flood in human history has rivaled its destructive magnitude.

Though we are far from a full understanding of the Flood, the Bible does give us a clue when it says, on that "same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windo...


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Continental Drift

Posted by FirePrior on Tuesday, August 21, 2012, In : Creation 
by Brian Thomas, M.S. *

The theory of plate tectonics explains many earth features, like ocean floor trenches and sediment-free mid-ocean ridges made of hardened magma. The popular theory holds that continents drift slowly across earth's surface atop deeply buried molten rock, and that plate movements creep along at leisurely paces. But new research by Yale University geologists calls that into question.

Yale graduate student Ross Mitchell ...


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Mount St Helens Volcano

Posted by FirePrior on Tuesday, August 21, 2012, In : Creation 
by Brian Thomas, M.S. *

On May 18, 1980, a tremendous landslide on the northern side of Mount St. Helens in Washington state uncapped a violent volcanic eruption, completely altering the surrounding landscape. It is the most studied volcano in history and has reshaped thinking regarding catastrophic earth processes. The Institute for Creation Research has studied the volcano over the past three decades, conducting research that has provided...


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NASA Earth Image Helps Answer Flood Question

Posted by FirePrior on Tuesday, August 21, 2012, In : Creation 
by Brian Thomas, M.S. *

NASA's Image of the Day for January 25, "Blue Marble," is a composite of images taken by the Suomi NPP satellite that provides an exquisite view of the earth from space.1 This is the latest in a series that began with the famous "Blue Marble" photo taken in 1972 by the Apollo 17 crew.

This image can help answer a question that creationists often hear: If the entire earth really was covered during the Flood of Noah's...


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Knowledge

Posted by Huw Thomas on Friday, August 3, 2012,
"Brothers and sisters, I have used Apollos and myself as examples so you could learn through us the meaning of the saying, “Follow only what is written in the Scriptures.” Then you will not be more proud of one person than another. "
The Everyday Bible : New Century Version. 2005 (1 Co 4:6-7). Nashville, TN.: Thomas Nelson, Inc.
The partisan spirit of the Corinthians caused them to see some apostles and teachers as better than others. They were employing '... the wisdom of this worl...
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Keeping his commandments

Posted by Huw Thomas on Friday, August 3, 2012,


How can we tell if we love God? True love obeys Him.
So how do we obey? Christians are to love God and each other, and indeed everyone.
'A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another, even as I have loved you, that you also love one another.' (John 13:34)
'If you love Me, you will keep My commandments.' (John 14:15)

Love for Jesus is shown in our love for each other.
'This is My commandment, that you love one another, just as I have loved you.' (John 15:12)
We love each other ...

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