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Should a Christian Study Evolution?

I hesitate to even write this post. What if I sound fake? What if I sound like I’m throwing my conservative upbringing aside? What if I’m labeled a heretic and never get to minister in theologically conservative churches again? 461 more words


Texas Bluebonnets Are Tough as Texas, Exhibiting God’s Bioengineering Artistry

Texas Bluebonnets Are Tough as Texas,
Exhibiting God’s Bioengineering Artistry

Dr. James J. S. Johnson

Did you ever think about how hard it is to grow Texas Bluebonnets (which are native only to Texas), or how that very difficulty is itself a telltale evidence of God’s bioengineering artistry? 4,084 more words


What's faith got to do with Science?

In my estimation, the average atheist scientist has as much or more faith than the average Christian. 

I’ve been studying the ideas of evolution and creation for almost a year now. 641 more words


Geography Matters, Illustrated by Pronghorns, Mountain Goats, and Old Testament Warfare

Geography Matters, Illustrated  by Pronghorns, Mountain Goats,   and  Old  Testament  Warfare

Dr. James J. S. Johnson

And the wild beasts of the field are mine.  2,497 more words


Book Review: The Chronicles of Adonai by Braxton Hunter

Chronicles of Adonai tells the story of a post apocalyptic dystopian society. The leaders of the society, known as the adon (singular) and adonai (plural), have removed the concept of God. 296 more words


Mutations: a problem for evolution

We’re breaking down.

As Dr. John Sanford outlines in this presentation, there are two conflicting worldviews at battle in out culture:

1) we as a species are naturally going up… 322 more words

Video Reviews

Pathfinders: Evolution and Creation Science

Walt Brown gives a very reasonable explanation of the creation flood in his Hydroplate Theory and though this is a large document it was designed for school and college students as a text-book. 159 more words