May 2014 Blog Posts (4)

A Proposal: Changing the Rules of Engagement

Does it haunt you that there are many people who cross paths every day that are headed toward eternal separation from God?

Does it frustrate you that you have the evidence that would show any reasonable and thinking person the truth of creation, but only get silence when you attempt to talk about spiritual things?

History has shown that the victor in a military engagement is frequently the one that redefines the “rules of engagement”. For example, Germany was successful…


Added by William A Smith on May 31, 2014 at 4:03pm — 7 Comments

Does your church have greater problems than the evolution heresy?

I've noticed that creation oriented ministries seem to be presbyopic (able to see far away but not close). They seem to have a handle on the fallacy of evolution (to a degree), but do not see the huge theological problems in the modern church. Perhaps this is because their income is largely from association with the modern church organizations. Let me explain further.

When visiting the Creation Museum in Kentucky, I heard their founder, Ken Ham, speak about his belief of what the…


Added by Douglas Roy on May 29, 2014 at 10:32am — No Comments

A question for the panel: Geographical diversity, does that have an explanation

I wonder if a number of animals fill the same biological niche in different places over the earth:


From a creation perspective this is a neutral: either go with the easy solution and use one animal for the niche, wherever it is located OR because you can create a new animal for each geographical locale and the same niche.


For evolution this would be a positive argument: Animals evolve in geographical locales to fill all available niches.




Added by Carl Carlsson on May 27, 2014 at 3:04am — 9 Comments

How did the people of the time understand the text VS A text for all time

Usually the way to interpret a text honestly is to understand the intention of the writer and an honest approach seems to be "how did the listeners at that time understand what was said". I just listened to a lecture on Genesis from that viewpoint. 

When the understanding of a Bible text is challenged I tend to go to tradition, "how was it understood and practiced". However, is there any reason to beliveve that Genesis should have been more understandable to someone living in ancient…


Added by Carl Carlsson on May 3, 2014 at 1:57am — No Comments

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