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Please read this comment about creationism by the Pope!! Very sad. 4 Replies


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Help with a topic: Tree of Life "sustaining" Adam & Eve? 2 Replies

I've been having a debate with a Christian friend who I suppose is an OEC of sorts (He says that Genesis 1 is more or less poetic, but the rest is historical), and he believes that Adam & Eve died spiritually when they ate the fruit, but the…Continue

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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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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 0 Comments

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…


I believe in creation. . . Am I a Christian?

Posted by Douglas Roy on September 25, 2014 at 7:50pm 1 Comment

I believe I am a sinner. I believe Jesus died for me. I believe Jesus is the Son of God. I accept Jesus as my Savior.  Therefore, I am a Christian.

Today's Christianity has "evolved" to a set of essential beliefs, or doctrines. If you acknowledge those doctrines and receive Christ by an act of faith, you are told that you become a Christian and now have eternal life. You are also told by some that you can never lose this eternal life. It is a gift that will never be taken away from…



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Lou Hamby replied to Lou Hamby's discussion 'Please read this comment about creationism by the Pope!! Very sad.'
"Robert, good words, hope your right...!!!!"
Robert Byers replied to Lou Hamby's discussion 'Please read this comment about creationism by the Pope!! Very sad.'
"The pope isn't right about everything. Protestants left because of catholic rejection of scripture and inventing things. catholics are a great potential audience for organized creationism. They are open to intelligent arguments for YEC. How to…"
Lou Hamby replied to Lou Hamby's discussion 'Please read this comment about creationism by the Pope!! Very sad.'
"Floyd apparently the Pope did say this and it is an official position if I understand this correctly.  Floyd, I understand your sentiments, I didn't mean this to hone in on problems with Catholicism, but I did want to point out the…"



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