August 2011 Blog Posts (24)

God Wrote Scripture; Lyell and Darwin Made up Stories: There is a Difference

If Scripture Predicted the Entire Future History of Israel in Advance, How Could it Fail to Record Past History Accurately?

Which is easier, to predict the future or record the past? Most of us would say its easier to write history. Anyone can gather a few books, old newpapers or research on the internet and then write a fairly accurate history of the Viet Nam War or Desert Storm, or the Stock Market Crash and Depression…


Added by Mark Andrew Hodges on August 29, 2011 at 4:38pm — No Comments

The Lineages of the Norwegian and Danish Kings

The Lineages of the Norwegian and Danish Kings: From Harald to Japheth (Nor) and from Ingladr Starkader to Noah (Den)

Bill Cooper in his excellent book "After the Flood", again supplies the ancestral lists and provides the pertinent historical details for this post. If you don't own his book, I suggest you buy it. There is more information packed in that small book than in many volumes four times it's size.

Interestingly enough, both the Norwegian and Danish Kings lists are…


Added by Mark Andrew Hodges on August 26, 2011 at 3:42pm — 9 Comments

According to "Absolute" Radio-active Dating I am Over 100 Million Years Old; where are my Social Security checks?

"He has also placed eternity in the hearts of men, but in such a way that they cannot find out the work of God from the beginning the to end" Ecclesiates 3:11

Anyone who watched the popular "Lord of the Rings" triology, remembers Mt. Doom, smoking away in the background. The Mountain used for the movie was actually Mt.Ngauruhoe in New Zealand. Mt. Ngauruhoe may be involved as a material witness in my forth coming suit…


Added by Mark Andrew Hodges on August 23, 2011 at 3:22pm — 22 Comments

From out of the Past a Lion of Righteousness Speaks; Theodore Roosevelts Challenge to the American Family and Modern “Social Values”

“Never will I sit motionless while directly or indirectly apology is being made for the murder of the helpless.”

T.R., The Foes of Our Own Household, 1917, p.168

Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood and one of the leaders of the American Eugenics movement called him a “hold over from the old Christian religion”. She called him a “disgraceful blight on any modern scientific nation’s intent to…


Added by Mark Andrew Hodges on August 22, 2011 at 5:16pm — No Comments

Carson-Newman College: Foisting Evolution and Common Descent on High School Teachers and Students

In three of our five earlier Already Compromised blog posts we have described the open embrace of evolutionary doctrine by biology faculty members of Carson-Newman College, based on their own words as documented in official publications of the college.  We have also observed the dedication of this biology faculty to the theory of evolution as an undisputed fact, promoting evolution not only to students in their own classrooms, but also to other unsuspecting students…


Added by Bill Carden on August 22, 2011 at 12:28am — 1 Comment

Pieces of Light by Julie Cave (Master Books) 2011

Pieces of Light is the third book in the Dinah Harris mystery series. I was a bit leery about diving into a fiction series without having read the first two installments. A lot of times an author builds off previous books, which is OK except when their subsequent offerings make little sense on their own. Fortunately, Pieces of Light is a stand-alone work, an enjoyable read…


Added by Tony Breeden on August 21, 2011 at 4:20pm — No Comments

How Do We Know the Bible Is True? – Volume 1, Ken Ham & Bodie Hodge, General Editors (Master Books) 2011

Ever since the publication of Already Gone (and more recently… Continue

Added by Tony Breeden on August 21, 2011 at 4:16pm — 2 Comments

Begin: a Journey through the Scriptures for Seekers and New Believers, Compiled & Edited by Ken Ham & Bodie Hodge (Master Books) 2011

Well-meaning Christians have this tendency to give new believers and seekers those darling little copies of the New Testament (usually with Psalms and Proverbs attached), with the common instruction to start with the gospel of John (for theology’s sake) or Mark’s gospel (for brevity’s sake). This well-meaning custom is something of a relic from an era when America was a… Continue

Added by Tony Breeden on August 21, 2011 at 4:12pm — No Comments

Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions: Exploring Forty Alleged Contradictions – Volume 1, Ken Ham, General Editor (Master Books) 2010

Beginning with a brief survey of misconceptions that often lead folks to suppose the Bible is in error, Demolishing Contradictions provides reasonable answers for some 40 challenges to the integrity of Scripture. Contributors to this volume include Bodie Hodge, Gary Vaterlaus, Stacia McKeever, Roger Patterson, Paul F. Taylor, John Upchurch, Steve Fazekas, Dr. Jason… Continue

Added by Tony Breeden on August 21, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Spiritual Warfare by Leighann McCoy

Spiritual Warfare for Women by Leighann McCoy (Bethany House Publishers)

Being somewhat familiar with the author because I have attended her and her husband’s church in the past, I was pleasantly surprised by what I found inside this book. Not that I was expecting anything bad, but I was surprised to see things I had to leave the Baptist denomination in order to learn. Apparently, this author has a vibrant relationship with the living God because quite a lot of what she writes about…


Added by Cheryl Cope on August 19, 2011 at 8:02am — No Comments

1st Corinthians 11; The Pre-eminence of Man and the Feminization of the American Church

1st Corinthians 11; The Pre-eminence of Man and the Feminization of the American Church

Or; why women stopped wearing hats to church after the 1960's Sexual Revolution

Watch any movie of church goers filmed before 1963, and you will notice one thing strikingly different from films of post 60's church women...they all had hats on. It was that way for 2000 years. Men took their hats off, women put their…


Added by Mark Andrew Hodges on August 18, 2011 at 1:48pm — 2 Comments

My Big Dinosaur Adventure

My Dinosaur Dig Adventure

Dreams are worth waiting for; after 43 years God fulfilled a dream by providing me with the opportunity to take my digging tools to the great state of Montana and spend the week digging up dinosaur bones on Otis Kline’s dinosaur bone ranch.  Ever since I was a little boy, dinosaurs have held a great fascination for me and so my time on the ranch digging in the dirt was my first chance to invest in the work of digging, enjoy the thrill of…


Added by Tommy Lohman on August 17, 2011 at 10:09am — 2 Comments

Book Review: Already Compromised by Ken Ham and Greg Hall

Book Review: Already Compromised by Ken Ham and Greg Hall

Posted on August 15, 2011 by notmanynoble

Like a Prophet of Old; Like Luther, Like Knox, Like Hus, Like Cromwell (and like Morris and Whitcomb), Ken Ham sounds the trumpet (again) against modern…


Added by Mark Andrew Hodges on August 15, 2011 at 2:47pm — No Comments

Roe vs. Wade; the Argument from Silence Fallacy

Is a first year Logics course a requirement for Supreme Court Justices?

Or is all that is required a devious mind and a poltical appointment? I think the main requirements for the Justices who sat on the bench for the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision, were track shoes and a pole vault, so they could all the more easily make one leap of logic after another, one non-sequitur after another and one logical fallacy after another, in route to the worst Supreme Court Decision since the Dred Scott…


Added by Mark Andrew Hodges on August 12, 2011 at 11:50am — 2 Comments

Critique of Hawking's, "Did God Create the Universe?"

Read my response to the Discovery Channel's Curiosity, program entitled, "Did God Create the Universe?" where Stephen Hawking answers this question.  This article is at

Added by Allen J Dunckley on August 11, 2011 at 5:36am — No Comments

Have Biblical Creationists Abandoned Orthodox Christianity? A Response to Jonathan Dudley

Jonathan Dudley, author of a book called 'Broken Faith: The Abuse of Science and Faith in American Politics,' has written a piece over at the liberal HuffPo called "Christian Faith Requires Accepting Evolution."

It's not just the grandaddy of non sequitur - it's just plain… Continue

Added by Tony Breeden on August 10, 2011 at 4:00pm — 1 Comment

Creation or Evolution...It Really Matters Which One We Believe

Current evolutionary theory would have us believe that the universe, including you and me, came about by chance combinations of chemical elements.  This theory would have us believe that this chance encounter took place millions, if not billions, of years ago and that everything we see is a product of blind physical processes.


Consider for a moment how differently we would view our history, and our current condition, if we would simply believe what the Bible tells us about…


Added by Robert Driskell on August 9, 2011 at 9:52am — No Comments

Evolution and the Tragedy of Missing God

Science is involved in the search for truth. It investigates, gathers, and tests; then forms theories, opinions, and hypotheses from that information. Science has made great discoveries and given us much for which to be thankful.  The medical breakthroughs of science has saved many lives and made our existence much more pleasant.


However, in its quest for knowledge, a certain segment of the scientific community has ignored the greatest discovery possible.  By excluding the…


Added by Robert Driskell on August 9, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments

. How Do We Kow the Bible is True

Once again we see evidence that Christians and non-Christians alike are having difficulty in believing the Bible to be true as a result of evolutionary teachings inside and outside of the church. Ken Ham and Bodie Hodge have co-edited a book that includes chapters from several well know authors and takes on 20 relevant issues in the debate over the infallibility of scriptures. This book is hard hitting and thought provoking and will challenge every Christian to give an answer for what we…


Added by Wanda Myers on August 5, 2011 at 4:02pm — No Comments

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