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Design terminology?

I was looking to gaining more knowledge of the cells workings and was surprised at the type of language used to describe how cells worked. Below are some examples of the language used at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences   …Continue

Tags: cells, design

Started by Floyd on Friday.

New Information on the complexity of the DNA nucleus organization. 7 Replies

http://www.evolutionnews.org/2014/12/new_study_revea092011.htmlAgain this goes a long way in the impossibility of a non-guided mechansim and evolution being responsible…Continue

Started by Lou Hamby. Last reply by Lou Hamby on Thursday.


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We've got new resources available on the site. You can now download Flood Legends (the entire book), along with a look at the first chapters of Evolution Impossible and Answers…


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Creation Science Kits for the Needy

Posted by Todd Elder on November 14, 2014 at 11:10am 0 Comments

The Creation Science League: Defending Scripture in Science by Fighting the Fallacies of Evolution.

One of the main goals of the Creation Science League is to freely share information about Creationism with those who need it. Toward this end, we want to put together Creation Science Kits that contain books and DVDs which can be given freely to groups and organizations such as youth groups, creation science clubs, and church school classes.

The Creation Science Kit: (includes so…


Which "essential truth" that Jesus preached is not necessary for one to be a Christian?

Posted by Douglas Roy on October 26, 2014 at 5:28am 3 Comments

In modern churchianity we have a doctrine called "essential truths." These are the supposed truths needed for one to be saved. There is not total agreement as to what these truths are, neither is it clearly understood what are the "nonessential truths" taught in the Scriptures. But let's look at a few "essential truths."

The following 4 spiritual laws are taken from this site: http://www.godlovestheworld.com/…


The Greeks (and Romans, allthough they were no great thinkers) did not agree with creation did they?

Posted by Carl Carlsson on October 26, 2014 at 4:21am 1 Comment

Yet that never was a subject, as far as is documented in the Bible.
According to the science and popular opinion God had not created the earth in 6 days, then either. It was something about chronos and chaos, atoms and what not.

But the discussion ended up about the morals of the christians and how they upset the order. Perhaps you are too well adjusted?

Is God pleased with the Discussions of Creationism vs Evolution?

Posted by Douglas Roy on October 7, 2014 at 7:24pm 0 Comments

To answer the opening question briefly, I would say that most of the time, God is not pleased. What is it that pleases the Lord? That's what this discussion is about.

I was just reading in Isaiah 40 where the Lord shares some amazing truths.

Who hath measured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted out heaven with the span, and comprehended the dust of the earth in a measure, and weighed the mountains in scales, and the hills in a…



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Lou Hamby replied to Lou Hamby's discussion 'And God saw it was good? What is this actually infer?'
"Charles, Since I am not privy to all the channels YE people use to come up with what they do believe, this has not been part of any christian church doctrine until recently?  The fact you believe that is fine.  I assume Ken Ham is a…"
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Charles Jones replied to Lou Hamby's discussion 'And God saw it was good? What is this actually infer?'
"Lou, Regarding your last comment, I will repeat that what Ken Ham or anyone else has to say is irrelevant to the issue. I am not interested in what he or others say about the issue, but you seem to think I and anyone else who believes death is not…"
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Floyd replied to Lou Hamby's discussion 'And God saw it was good? What is this actually infer?'
"Re-read the context of what you wrote and at some point you will see the double standards of your use of “Lord bless you all”. Once you acknowledge the double standards we should be able to progress with unity in the Lord Our Saviour."
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Lou Hamby replied to Lou Hamby's discussion 'And God saw it was good? What is this actually infer?'
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