I have not yet seen either. The one difference I know is that one is more of a commercial venture than the other and the subject of a student taking on his atheist professor seems more appealing than the hollywood impression of a biblical story.
Creation. It is glorious! It has majestic purpose, little details to be understood and appreciated and to any little detail more small fine tuned details. Atheist professors are just full of "man is just an animal", "morals are only…Continue
Is there a way to hear/read it if I didn't join in? Thanks.
Added by Brenda Byers on March 28, 2014 at 8:36pm — No Comments
The LORD God Shut Him In.
Did God close the door of the ark?
The Hebrew word is סגר…Continue
I just watched what I began to look for after seeing Hovind get mashed by Ross. Lisle and Ross.
Lisle came out a lot better, taking on the subject from the biblical exegetic standpoint.
In my view the snakes first line in the bible "Has God then said...?" is a signifier of a wrong mindset. It should take a lot to question Gods word for many reasons. One being that without an absolute standard what is right and wrong is up for discussion, something the snake would like…Continue
I spent the thursday evening listening to the Hovind Ross debate on youtube and I come away with a lot of interesting subjects having been covered by the two and the impression that Hovind was intellectually outmatched by Ross.
A couple of times I noted Ross having anticipated Hovinds counters, such as when he talked about it becoming possible to triangulate the distance of stars, so that the measuring of their distance from us would not be a matter of assuming their colour and…Continue
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Added by Cheri A Fields on March 7, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Four years ago, I posted a blog regarding the actions and words of various people on this site - myself included. And while I hate to sound like a broken record, it needs to be said again: We cannot afford to attack people.
Yes, people will be wrong sometimes, but that's no excuse. Yes, people will have a hard time admitting when they are wrong, but…Continue