June 2011 Blog Posts (21)

Debate over Adam Rises to the Top

It has been a big year for faith and science.  While some Christians in secular colleges deny any tension between faith and science (they mean Christianity and Evolution), at the seminaries and Christian colleges a debate is raging.  In the past the debate may have been over the age of the earth or intelligent design, but today it centers on the historicity of Adam. 

The debate has caught the…

Added by Tony Feiger on June 28, 2011 at 11:48pm — No Comments

Why Evolution: Just doesn’t make sense ...


This is a Post ... off a web site suggested by my wife to me to create cause ... "No one would listen to me" ... LOL


This particular post was written after a "ad hominem" opponent of God ... sent me the video in the post.

  I learned then the issuing facts concerning evolution are not fossils or science ... the selling facts is "ENGLISH" or semantics!  Can they sell ME ...  "The car that the little old lady from Pasadena OWNED? …


Added by Anthony Caragno on June 28, 2011 at 6:46pm — No Comments

Revealing Interview About the State of Christian Higher Education with Ken Ham

Thursday, June 30 LIVE at 11:00 a.m. CST author Ken Ham will be a guest on Grounded radio with hosts Ryan Dobson and Toben Heim. Ken will discuss his newest title, Already Compromised, and the state of…


Added by Katie Gumm on June 28, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Carson-Newman College: Creation Scientist Denied Tenure - in their own words

This is the third in a series of blog posts in which this writer is using available historical evidence from one particular college to support the conclusions of the authors of the book Already Compromised by Ken Ham and Greg Hall.  Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, TN was one of the 200 colleges and universities whose key administrators were given the opportunity to participate in a survey of their own personal beliefs regarding Scripture and their claims for the…


Added by Bill Carden on June 25, 2011 at 12:11am — No Comments

Bombus the Bumblebee

Bombus the Bumblebee


For full review visit my website!


Added by Melanie Schemanski on June 24, 2011 at 5:15pm — No Comments

"One Race, One Blood," incredible Ken Ham Book!

“One Race, One Blood,” was my first Ken Ham and it won’t be the last. Both authors: Ken Ham and Charles Ware did a good job at presenting their arguments against the “so called” Theory of Evolution. First they cover the subject in general and then they cover some of the dangerous implications including racism. Ken Ham writes, “Perhaps the most infamous abuse of evolution to justify racism was Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime, which promoted a master race and sought to exterminate the so-called… Continue

Added by Bill Stegemueller on June 23, 2011 at 7:02pm — 1 Comment

Already Compromised

Already Compromised, by Ken Ham, founder and president of Answers in Genesis a website in defense of Creationism. This book that I was given for review (in Kindle format) is about the compromise that has taken place in Christian colleges and universities. This is a big topic of debate in a lot of Christian… Continue

Added by Jami Bennington on June 23, 2011 at 5:08pm — No Comments

He is God

God is often silent when we prefer that he speak, and he interrupts us when we prefer that he stay silent. His ways are not our ways. To live with the sacred God of creation means that we conduct our lives with a God who does not explain himself to us. It means that we worship a God who is often mysterious - too mysterious to fit our formulas for better living. It means that God is not our best friend, our secret lover or our good-luck charm. He is God.

Craig Barnes…


Added by Jennifer O. White on June 23, 2011 at 7:21am — No Comments

Into The Amazon

Have you ever wanted to go to the Amazon River? When I saw that the Vision Forum gang was going, I had to sign up... for the blog, that is. I just recently recieved the DVD set. Doug Phillips presents the Christian, dominion oriented, view of the Amazon jungle. Not only that, he  takes in ancient Peruvian sites too. Although the fellows on this hazardous journey didn't… Continue

Added by Steven Posey on June 21, 2011 at 9:11am — 1 Comment

Walking Wire

Heights are funny. Though I say I'm not afraid of them, put me up at an elevation higher than a single storey house and my confidence in my footing begins to falter. Why is it when you look up at something, it seems a lot shorter than when you look down at something from the same spot? Perception is a powerful thing. It blurs the vision. Distorts reality. Or does it reveal the truth? Maybe I got this height thing all wrong. Maybe I truly am scared of them. Maybe I'm scared of what I'll see…


Added by Tony J. Bowe on June 21, 2011 at 12:10am — No Comments

Bombus The Bumblebee Book Review

The kids and I had the opportunity to review a book called "Bombus the Bumblebee". The book was written by Elsie Larson and Illustrated by David Haidle and Elizabeth Haidle.

A Mothers Review

It is a 40… Continue

Added by Kathy Balman on June 20, 2011 at 6:37pm — No Comments

Carson-Newman College - The Tragically Clear Confession - in their own words

Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, TN was one of the 200 colleges and institutions whose key administrators were given the opportunity to participate in the survey upon which the book Already Compromised by Ken Ham and Greg Hall was based.  These 200 institutions were selected because they were considered to be Christian institutions of higher education.  The survey was designed to record the personal beliefs of these college administrators about the Bible and biblical…


Added by Bill Carden on June 20, 2011 at 4:47pm — No Comments

Genetic Brethren? Considering Homology

Take a look in the mirror and study the features of your face. Are you looking at the face of a monkey? Though perhaps not quite as dramatic, evolutionists propose that humans and chimpanzees share a common ancestor and thus share common traits. Because man and chimp have similar physical and genetic characteristics, it is generally regarded as support for an evolutionary understanding of origins and ancestry within secular academia. But is that the end of the story?… Continue

Added by Tony J. Bowe on June 17, 2011 at 10:19pm — 1 Comment

Life of John Knox

I had a little difficulty finishing this book. I was unaccustomed to the style of writing. It was originally written in 1833, so the language used required a deeper level of concentration than what I am used to needing in reading. I liken it to being made to lift heavy weights, of which you haven’t lifted in many years. In the end, I thought that was actually a positive thing— I needed my reading level challenged!

Another attribute about the actual writing style was that it was “dry”.…


Added by Cheryl Cope on June 17, 2011 at 9:57am — No Comments

Carson-Newman College - The Quintessential Already Compromised Baptist College - in their own words

The book Already Compromised by Ken Ham and Greg Hall provides an overview and summary of the results of a survey of key administrators of 200 colleges and universities that are considered to be Christian higher education institutions.  These 200 institutions in this survey represent a number of different denominations and religious affiliations, including Baptists.  Many of the survey questions focused on aspects of creation versus evolution.  The results of the survey are…


Added by Bill Carden on June 16, 2011 at 11:58pm — No Comments

Book Review: Already Compromised

Recently I was given the book,… Continue

Added by Julie Peacock on June 16, 2011 at 8:24pm — No Comments

Book Review: Bombus the Bumblebee

This is a delightful tale of Bombus, a happy-go-lucky bumblebee who is content with the way God made him. This changes, however, when the honeybees grow tired of Bombus and his whimsical habits. They begin to point out all the things that are different about Bombus and lead him to believe that he is not capable of fulfilling God’s call for him to fly. But God speaks to Bombus and tells him to “FLY.” Never again does Bombus feel inadequate by listening to others more than listening to… Continue

Added by Tiffany Orthman on June 15, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Book Review: "Already Compromised" by Ken Ham/Greg Hall

Ken Ham (Answers in Genesis) has written a book, along with co-author pastor Greg Hall, which actually turns out to be an impassioned call for Christians to pull their collective heads out of the sand and defend the truth and authority of the Bible.  Instead of letting intellectuals bend biblical truth to fit the current theories of science and psychology, Christians must be able to defend the authority of God and His word. 


The authors conducted a survey of Christian…


Added by Robert Driskell on June 15, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments

Already Coompromised--Essential Reading for Christian Parents

Already Compromised is essential reading for any Christian parent who is concerned about their child’s spiritual well being while in college. Written by Ken Ham and Greg Hall, this book is an eye opener that we cannot afford to ignore. After surveying Christian college administrators and faculty across the country, Ham and…

Added by Wanda Myers on June 15, 2011 at 8:50am — No Comments

In Thy Light

"For with thee is the fountain of life: in thy light shall we see light." - Psalm 36:9

Do you know what it's like to feel claustrophobic? Not just the quick flutter of the heart when it feels like things are getting cramped - I mean that horrid feeling of desperation, entrapment, and fear. Though I've mostly grown out of the sensation, when I was a child my brother used to throw a heavy…


Added by Tony J. Bowe on June 11, 2011 at 1:45am — 2 Comments

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