Encouragement circles around…

Encouragement circles around…

Posted on Apr 25, 2017 in Blog Posts, Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  I wanted to share with you an encouraging email we received from an attendee of one of our church seminars.  At this particular event, I was teaching my Genesis Series starting with Genesis chapter one. Below is the email (the name and location were withheld by request). Hi Rich, Thank you so much for teaching during the Sunday school hour at our church this past month. I hope you can come back again if you have the time. There are so many more things I want to...

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How Old is the Earth?

Posted on Mar 28, 2017 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

Are we simply learning more through better science and technology or is this the result of a continuing trend away from the Bible?   Estimates for the Age of the Earth: Throughout History – Bible-believers – based on genealogies – about 6,000 years 1779 – Comte de Buffon – 78,000 1786 – Abraham Werner – 1 million years 1800’s – Charles Lyell – estimated 80 million years for the Cenozoic Era alone. 1860 – based on amount of fossil-filled sedimentary rocks – 3 million...

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Dinosaur Skin Found: The Big Assumption

Posted on Sep 27, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

In a recent blog on our website (“Question Your Assumptions”), I related how Mary Jo & I were on a speaking trip and couldn’t locate on our map what appeared to be a major road we had just crossed or the towns that the road signs were pointing to. Assuming we were traveling on the correct highway, we came to the erroneous conclusion that the map was very inaccurate. Consequently, we proceeded down the wrong highway. After encountering another road sign, we discovered...

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Teaching Kids About Creation, Science, and the Bible

Posted on Jul 19, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

On a recent speaking trip, we had the opportunity to spend time with a 5-year old boy who is absolutely fascinated by dinosaurs. He builds dinosaur models with his grandpa, wears pajamas decorated with dinosaurs, and keeps his kindergarten teachers scrambling to find new dinosaur books. Unfortunately, with these books, he is getting a steady dose of evolution, and is being primed to question the Bible. That’s why we believe that it’s so important to begin early to teach...

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Blinded to the Evidence

Posted on Jul 12, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

I admit it! I don’t see things as other people see them. In fact I am partially color-blind. I first discovered this when I was given several charts to view and asked to identify the numbers on the charts. My response was, “What numbers?” That response nixed my congressional appointment to the US Naval Academy! Today, it also causes Mary Jo to question a few of my color schemes when I think two things go together. However, knowledge of the very fact that there are shades of...

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Did Ancient Man Hobble to America?

Posted on Mar 29, 2013 in Books and movies we like | 0 comments

[Editor’s note: Textbooks teach the evolutionary concept that ancient man was primitive. The Bible teaches that Adam and Eve’s close descendants made musical instruments, forged metal, farmed, built cities, recorded history. They did not need to slowly hobble to the Americas as they were not knucklewalking apes. Instead, they were fully human, intelligent, and creative. (Read the book which we reviewed ,”The Genius of Ancient Man,” to see just how advanced...

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The Dating Game

Posted on Feb 24, 2012 in Articles | 0 comments

How old is the earth?  There are many scientific ways for dating the earth.  Some ways show the earth to be only hundreds of years old.  Others show it to be thousands of years old, while still others may show an age of billions of years.  The whole problem of dating the earth is that we are trying to date something of unknown age.  All dating methods are based on guesses that may or may not be true.  This story shows the problem of dating and assumptions.  Suppose a...

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Earth Used To Have Two Moons

Posted on Dec 15, 2011 in Articles | 0 comments

This one was all over the Internet recently. According to this idea — which some people are taking quite seriously — the Earth used to have two moons instead of one. Hmm. Why is there only one today? Because the second one perished by crashing into the Moon we see today. Why are these researchers suggesting this? Because some of the mountains on the Moon’s far side are higher than the ones on the near side. To explain this fact, the researchers made a...

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Education or Indoctrination?

Posted on Aug 18, 2011 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

Have you looked at the science textbooks your children or grandchildren are using?  The evolutionary / humanistic  worldview is certainly on the attack.  In years past, the issue of special creation was largely ignored.  Now, many of the texts refer to the creation position as myth and imply anyone who believes in it is ignorant, extreme, or even intolerant. Human Antiquity – a beginning level anthropology text says, “In its attempt to attribute scientific accuracy to the...

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Assumptions: How Good Are They?

Posted on Mar 17, 2011 in Articles | 0 comments

Whenever a scientist begins an experiment, he accepts certain basic, unprovable assumptions.  Sometimes these assumptions may seem quite believable – other times, they may be a shot in the dark.  If the assumptions are good, the results are probably reliable.  If the assumptions are bad, so are the results.  Consider the following examples. In the past, functions of various body organs were not understood.  Since evolution was assumed true, many organs were assumed to be...

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The Nature of Instinct

Posted on Jan 13, 2011 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

Suppose a group of scientists were walking along the beach, and they ran across a message written in the sand.  Suppose, in addition, these same scientists praised the grains of sand for their ability to organize themselves in this way.  Obviously, we would say they were crazy.  Yet, the same scientists can say that the unique design of animals, including their instinctive behavior, somehow came about by random processes and, ironically, most of society accepts it. In...

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Sunbeam Hot Springs: A Lesson in Presumption

Posted on Dec 3, 2010 in Articles | 0 comments

Sunbeam Hot Springs is a geothermally influenced spring located near Stanley, Idaho. Water emerges at the main vent at 72 degrees C (162 F) as it runs downhill before crossing under a highway and entering the Salmon River.  Because I was working periodically in the area between October 2000 and April 2002, I had five seasonal opportunities to sample the aquatic organisms.  In total, I found seven taxa of invertebrates, including five kinds of insects, one kind of water...

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