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Did God create in six days, actually, six regular days?

At my Creation seminars, during the Q&A session, I am often asked if it is necessary to believe in six literal days of creation to be a Christian? 549 more words

Christian Apologetics

Book Review - "How I Changed My Mind about Evolution"

Anyone who knows me knows that I do not shy away from tough topics or from potentially controversial ones, even if that means reading things that go against what I have always thought. 939 more words

Book Review

"They've got a plan, I hope you'll listen." Morrissey & Marshall@The Unitarian, Dublin

10th September 2016 saw Morrissey and Marshall play The Unitarian Church, Dublin.

Opening up was a new emerging act from Tallaght that go by the name of “Young Earth”. 428 more words


Answering YEC Cosmological Science.

Cosmological Problems for Young Earth Science.

The speed of light is a universal constant that physicists represent with the letter c. It is also extremely fast traveling some 186 282.397 miles per second in the vacuum of space. 635 more words



Jesus believed in a young world, but leading theistic evolutionists say He is wrong. article by Dr Carl Wieland, Creation Ministries.

The standard secular timeline, from an alleged ‘big bang’ some 15 billion years ago to now, is accepted by most people in the evangelical Christian world, even though many would deny evolution. 1,651 more words


Dinosaurs in the Bible? Not Really.

Perhaps the closest, beyond one or two other examples that we shall review, one would get to dinosaurs being mentioned in the Bible is Genesis 1:21 where God creates “great sea monsters” on the fifth day. 1,091 more words


YEC & James Ussher’s Problematic Calculations.

The Bible does not specify the age of creation, as many Christians would argue. Thus, the Young Earth Creationst (YEC) belief that God created the world only 6000 years ago originates from a 17th century examination of the Genesis genealogies by James Ussher and theologian John Lightfoot. 692 more words