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Tales of Creation, elephants and Minis

When I was seven years old, my favorite joke went like this:

  • Q. “How do you get four elephants in a Mini?”
  • A. “Two in the front and two in the back.”
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Biblical Interpretation

The meaning of life

Kenneth Justice, aka, The Culture Monk, titled his post today, “Everything you believe is a myth…REALLY???”

Well, is everything you believe a myth? The definition of a myth is a “traditional or legendary story, usually concerning some being or hero or event, with or without a determinable basis of fact or a natural explanation, especially one that is concerned with deities or demigods and explains some practice, rite, or phenomenon of nature.” 813 more words


What's with creationism?

Last month I was delighted to have my brother-in-law in residence for a few days. Aside from being one of the best house-guests ever (he grocery-shops, cooks, mows the lawn and keeps my husband occupied), he makes for very interesting dinner conversation. 1,188 more words

Biblical Interpretation

Creation Apologetics: The Creation Ordinance Sabbath

In studying the idea of a creation ordinance sabbath – the significance of the seven day week and setting aside one of those seven days as different from the others – I recall the value of extra-biblical historical records, for apologetics related to other events of Genesis 1-11, in support of biblical “young earth” creation, the flood of Noah, dinosaurs (dragons) coexisting with humans, and the “Table of Nations” genealogies.   1,176 more words

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Sweeden Tree

Hi there. I’m a sprunce tree in Sweeden. I’m 9550 years old. I’m older then every religion. I’m here to tell you, there was no Great Flood.


A survey for those of religious faith

This is inspired by an exchange I had today with another blogger as well as the CARM survey that I filled out awhile back. These are three questions that I would ask of any fundamentalist or young earth creationist. 627 more words

Tree Ring of Truth

If you watched the debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye, you may remember that Bill Nye used tree ring evidence to support the idea that there was not a global flood 4,000 ago.  194 more words