Why Doesn’t God . . . ?

Posted on Jul 23, 2013 in Nuttings from the Front | 2 comments

  Atheists and agnostics contended with my blog, which honored God for clearing the smoke from the forest fire when we prayed. They asked why this God is interested in the smoke, but doesn’t seem to care enough to end poverty, disease, and hunger. To some of the committed atheists who I hear from, it becomes one excuse to claim that God doesn’t exist. There is a powerful concept that atheists have totally missed: God does care. Actually, God really showed that he cares...

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Our Ministry Goal is Helping Your Ministry

Posted on Jul 18, 2013 in Marianis from the Front | 0 comments

  Hey guys, on our last post, we gave our introduction and testimonies. Now I want to share a little bit more. I want to share about my vision and motivation in working with AOI. For the past 10 years, I have been interested in Creation Science, but never have known how to get involved. I believe that there is a whole army of young people who see the importance of Creation and want to make a difference…yet they don’t know how. You may be one of those people that want...

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Copying to Prevent ‘Copying’

Posted on Jul 12, 2013 in Johnsons from the Front | 0 comments

  How do you prevent counterfeiters from copying money, drugs, designer clothes and accessories, etc.? Some engineers are turning to the amazing wing of the South American Blue Morpho butterfly for a solution. The Blue Morpho’s brilliant wing color isn’t due to pigment. Instead of pigments, the butterfly’s wings have complicated scales with very tiny holes that reflect different colors or wavelengths, producing iridescent, shining blue and greens. The Nanotech...

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Assault on Academic Freedom

Posted on Jul 3, 2013 in Nuttings from the Front | 0 comments

  The photo is of the Shafer Bell Tower at Ball state University. At this moment, some radical atheists are hoping that any sound that might be coming out of it might be a toll on academic freedom that challenges evolutionary dogma. World Magazine reported June 18th that one of Ball State’s untenured faculty members, Assistant Professor Dr.  Eric Hedin, “crossed a line when he encouraged classroom discussion that included multiple views of life’s origins.” That got...

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Box-Like Aerodynamic Car

Posted on Jun 5, 2013 in Johnsons from the Front | 2 comments

When I first saw a picture of the Mercedes-Benz bionic concept vehicle, I had to laugh. In my view, it was quite comical, as far as cars go. All humor aside though, the boxy, rectangular body of the Bionic Car is a very efficient design. As it turns out, the engineers at Mercedes-Benz were looking for a new aerodynamic design in a car. They found their inspiration in the tropical boxfish (Ostracion Cubicus) that lives in warm ocean waters. Although the rather large body of...

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Rejecting the Current Concept of Macro-Evolution

Posted on May 23, 2013 in Johnsons from the Front | 0 comments

  This is the last excerpt of a series I have been sharing on my blog taken from, “Truth and Science – Is Real Science At Risk?,” an article by Dr. Arv Edgeworth*. “There are 3 basic scientific reasons I reject the current concept of macro-evolution, although I acknowledge that micro-evolution takes place on a regular basis:  The laws of science are in disagreement with it.             The first and second laws of thermodynamics             The law of biogenesis            ...

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The Origin of Life, Mutations and Natural Selection

Posted on May 14, 2013 in Johnsons from the Front | 0 comments

  Has Science and the Scientific Method been misused? That was a question asked in my blog Elusive Transitional Forms. The following is another excerpt taken from “Truth and Science – Is Real Science At Risk?”, an article by Dr. Arv Edgeworth*.  Ponder the questions he poses at the end and consider – are these viable questions that should be asked, and if they are being asked today or have been asked in the past?   The Origin of Life Have you noticed lately the...

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Elusive Transitional Forms

Posted on Apr 19, 2013 in Johnsons from the Front | 1 comment

  Has Science and the Scientific Method been misused? That was a question asked in my blog – Scientific laws and the Big Bang.  The following is another excerpt taken from “Truth and Science – Is Real Science At Risk?” an article by Dr. Arv Edgeworth*.  Ponder the questions he poses at the end and consider – are these viable questions that should be asked, and if they are being asked today or have been asked in the past?   The Fossil Record Consider the...

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Fuzzy Dinosaurs

Posted on Apr 17, 2013 in Books and movies we like, Nuttings from the Front, Product Highlights | 0 comments

  I received an Email from Terry Beh, who is the author of a new kid’s book on Dinosaurs which we sell at seminars. It is called T is for T.Rex – Some of Gods Most Amazing Creatures from A-Z. (Available from AOI for $20 includes shipping, just mention in the comments that you saw it here). Terry Beh mentioned, in his email, that he has just recently visited the Witte Museum in San Antonio. Currently the museum is featuring a traveling exhibit on dinosaurs. Terry...

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Using the Technology of the Gecko

Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Johnsons from the Front | 0 comments

    A gecko is an amazing lizard that can stick to almost any surface, even when inverted on a mirrored ceiling. It is able to do this because of an amazing foot design. The ribbed pads on the bottom of the gecko’s feet are covered with very tiny hair like bristles called setae. These setae (1/10th mm long) are packed tightly together (three million per square inch or 5,000 per square millimeter), and each seta has about 400 to 1,000 branches that resemble tiny...

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Scientific Laws and the Big Bang

Scientific Laws and the Big Bang

Posted on Apr 11, 2013 in Johnsons from the Front | 0 comments

Has Science and the Scientific Method been misused? The following is an excerpt taken from “Truth and Science – Is Real Science At Risk?” an article by Dr. Arv Edgeworth*.  Ponder the questions he poses at the end, and consider – are these viable questions that should be asked, and if they are being asked today or have been asked in the past? The Origin of Space, Time, Matter, and Energy The idea that space, time, matter, and energy have always existed has been pretty much...

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Why all the hype about finding water on Mars?

Why all the hype about finding water on Mars?

Posted on Apr 10, 2013 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  Why all the hype about finding water on Mars? Below are some quotes from articles about finding evidence of water on Mars.   “Mars once had conditions favorable for microbial life, NASA scientists announced” “It shows veins of sediments that scientist believe were deposited under water and was an environment once hospitable to life.” “We have found a habitable environment that is so benign, and supportive of life, that probably if this...

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