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Why are some Christians Young Earth Creationists?

I was alerted by Primates Progress  to the article linked below. It is written by a British Christian and geologist who notes, “When I first heard about [Young Earth] Creationism when I read a review of The Genesis Flood while working … Continue reading

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A New Resource for Creationism: “The Grand Canyon, Monument to an Ancient Earth”

A helpful book has just been published. I ordered The Grand Canyon, Monument to an Ancient Earth: Can Noah’s Flood Explain the Grand Canyon? from Amazon, and it arrived a few days ago. The book delves into the geological features … Continue reading

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“Big Daddy” Chick Tract: The Most Widely-Distributed Anti-Evolution Publication

CONTENTS The Best-Seller Fossil Evidence for Intermediate Human-Primate Species The Chick Tract Treatment of Anthropoid Fossils “Big Daddy”: Fruits, Roots, and Responses * *   *   *   *    *   *   *   *    *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   * … Continue reading

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Evolution and Faith: My Story, Part 1

As I read across the spectrum of writings on creation and evolution, I often find a certain level of demonization of one’s opponents. Some Young Earth (YE) creationists ascribe to evolutionists an agenda of tearing down all that is good. … Continue reading

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My Brief Career As a Healing Missionary

I was part of a team of 25 laymen who accompanied Randy Clark on a 10-day tour of two cities in Germany. Randy is an evangelist with an emphasis on prayer for healing. See here for an article with link … Continue reading

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Favorite 2012 Astronomy Images

Phil Plait at Slate has picked “The Best Astronomy Images of 2012”. He narrowed it down to his favorite 21. They are all good; here I’ve copied my favorite four. See the Slate article for more complete descriptions, and the … Continue reading

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U.C. Irvine Physics Professor Describes Impact of Her Faith

My friend Clare Yu is an established physics professor at the University of California, Irvine. Her condensed matter physics interests include glassy and disordered systems, noise, and superconducting Josephson junction qubits. She has also contributed to problems in strongly correlated … Continue reading

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