Steven Posey
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Crude Oil in hours not millions of years
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Hey I saw this video and thought it might be of interest. thing is, the speaker mentions the formation of oil/fossil fuels taking millions of…Continue

Tags: university, scientists, algae, time, fuel

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary White Jan 15, 2014.


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"Steven, I hope you are still in touch with Creation Conversations and are able to get this note.  I just read an interesting article about the Manasota Key Offshore archaeological site on the west side of Florida. Divers found an ancient human…"
Mar 1, 2018
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O41000 tongues

Even though there are so many ways and opportunities for us to communicate to others the truth of God’s Word in our first language, learning other languages gives us even more. Even so-called “dead” languages give us insight and first-hand information that we might not have otherwise. Languages are going extinct at a rapid pace but this should not discourage us from learning “foreign” languages; on the contrary, fewer languages just means it should be easier to learn the most important ones!I…See More
Nov 24, 2017
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A group for dinosaurs, if there are any around, but mostly for those of us who never get tired of hearing and talking about them.See More
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At 6:21pm on March 1, 2018, Carolyn Reeves said…

Steven, I hope you are still in touch with Creation Conversations and are able to get this note.  I just read an interesting article about the Manasota Key Offshore archaeological site on the west side of Florida. Divers found an ancient human burial site  30 feet under ocean waters. The article confidently commented that the ocean levels must have been 30 feet higher at the time humans were occupying this area--about 7000 years ago. Just wondered if you knew anything about this.  Do mainstream scientists agree that the sea levels have changed as much as 30 feet during the past 7000 years? I'm not convinced about the 7000 year period, but even during that time period a sea level 30 feet lower than today would have impacted many other natives who lived nearby.  The inhabitants of Poverty Point in LA are estimated to be even older than this. The remains of their structures do not seem to indicate a lower sea level. I think this is extremely interesting.  Just wondered what your thoughts were. Thanks.  Carolyn 

At 9:13pm on June 8, 2017, Douglas Collins said…

Oh, I forgot to tell you we went last fall. LOL

At 9:12pm on June 8, 2017, Douglas Collins said…

Hi, Steve

My parents and I went and seen the Creation Museum, as well as the Noah's Ark Exhibit. Have you seen the Ark Exhibit? It's big! It took us about two and half to three hours to walk through it all. There wasn't a lot of people there, Thank God. 

If you haven't seen the Ark, you should go. You would greatly enjoy it. God Bless you.

At 10:42am on February 11, 2016, PhiloNibbler said…

Hi Steve, Thanks for your comment. My profile pic is a phoenix. :)

At 6:45am on January 23, 2016, Charles Martin Jr said…

"fasting from"/leaving social media is, perhaps, something more of us should consider; I respect you for doing so.  Glad you're doing well, though!

At 6:25am on January 3, 2016, Charles Martin Jr said…

Haven't heard from you in a while.  How are you?

At 7:27pm on May 21, 2015, PhiloNibbler said…

Thanks steven, it's a phoenix :)

At 11:57am on August 23, 2014, Dr. Derek P. Blake said…

Steven, welcome to the Astronomy group 'Looking Up' I really hope you will enjoy being a part of the group.  Let me know what interests you and if you have any questions, please ask them, I can't guarantee knowing the answer but I will get it.


At 10:27pm on June 10, 2014, Cindy Harrison said…

Oh my goodness.  I just noticed we are neighbors.  I am next door to you in Pulaski.  Small world!

At 10:22pm on June 10, 2014, Cindy Harrison said…

Thank you so much for your warm welcome, Steven.  I really do look forward to making myself home here.  As much as I am able, considering I am a busy mother and am blessed with two precious children to teach.  :-)

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Thinking about the Prophets

Posted on March 19, 2013 at 11:22am 0 Comments

Here are some verses and thoughts on them I've had lately.

Jeremiah 6:10

To whom shall I speak, and give warning, that they may hear?

behold, their ear is uncircumcised, and they cannot hearken:

behold, the word of the LORD is unto them a reproach; they have

no delight in it.

6:13 – 17

For from the least of them even unto the greatest of them every one

is given to covetousness; and from the prophet even unto the priest

every one…


Evolution of Darwin: his science

Posted on October 19, 2012 at 7:34am 0 Comments

Hey, I've been watching (or catching part of) the Evolution of Darwin series (I'm up late :) . The last and most complete one I saw was His Science, featuring Dr. David Menton. I've seen several DVDs with Dr. Menton speaking and in my opinion this is him at his best. Besides the historical aspect, this show is a simple and powerful refutaion of Darwinian evolution with many quotes from prominent scientists, most of whom are evolutionists casting doubt on the theory including, of course,…


We're All Happy Jesus Rose From the Dead!

Posted on April 8, 2012 at 8:02am 0 Comments

I have been noticing snakes in cultural myths lately. Sometime I may post more about this subject but today when many Christians celebrate Christ's victory over sin and death I wanted to mention a few things. The snake is often a symbol for new life but our Savior is the one who created life, sustains life and gives us "abundant life". The serpent was at the tree of knowledge of good and evil but our Savior will give us to eat of the Tree of Life in the paradise of God (Rev. 2:7).…


Language: a gift from God.

Posted on November 3, 2011 at 8:44am 0 Comments

With some talk about langauge going on, I thought it might a good time to post this.

Where would we be without language? Making fire, building

houses and wearing clothes are all important things that contribute to our

humanity but language in particular is an area where humans display their

“God’s special creation” status. Language also provides us with inexhaustible

material for study. Written language is a phenomenon that enables us look back

to ancient times…


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