I'm sure there's already been plenty of discussion about whether there was rain before the Flood. Some people think Genesis 2:5-6 rules out the possibility of rain before the Flood; others don't…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr. Derek P. Blake May 18, 2014.
I just wanted to bring to everyone's attention a new article from Answers Research Journal. This is the third article I am aware of that attempts a scientific estimate of the number of animal…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Byers Oct 10, 2013.
The other day I got to thinking about this passage:"And the flood was forty days upon the earth; and the waters increased, and bare up the ark, and it was lift up above the earth. And the waters…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Lou Hamby Feb 23, 2013.
I'm sure most of y'all have at least heard of Buddy Davis (dinosaur sculptor, singer, songwriter, etc.); hopefully you have also seen the first two installments of his Amazing Adventures series, I Dig Dinosaurs and Swamp Man. Recently we procured a copy of the latest installment, Extreme Caving. Now, as good as the first two episodes were, I wasn't sure whether the third could maintain that level of greatness. After seeing it, I have to think this is the best one…Continue
Next Sunday, February 12th, is international Darwin Day. Websites and museums are excited about this time to celebrate Charles Darwin's birthday, his life, his work, his ideas. Events are being planned, such as screenings of shows like "Where Did We Come From", special exhibits designed to show children how bird beaks adapt and prove evolution, and all kinds of other fun stuff. Can there be a more fun time for humanists?
Strangely, humanists don't get this excited about the Lord's…Continue
I was recently in west Tennessee for a funeral, and while there we visited the Pinson Mounds State Archeological Area, near Jackson. These "Indian mounds" were constructed by the people archeologists refer to as the Hopewell culture around two thousand years ago. One mound is 72 feet tall, the second highest in the U.S.
Among all the interesting thoughts I had, three stood out.
First, the mysterious mound group is one of the many examples of tall structures built by the…Continue