Again, Fossils Are Evidence of Flood Geology!

Posted on Jul 13, 2017 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

In connection with Tuesday’s post, we also see a mass burial of Dinosaur bones jumbled up at Dinosaur National Monument. Here are six facts regarding the rich fossil deposit that all match very well with a flood situation causing this formation – and continue reading this article to see the full significance: Fact #1: The most common fossil in the Quarry sandstone is not the dinosaur, but a group of clams, of the genus Unio. Fact #2: The original Brushy Basin deposit was...

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Huge Fossil Beds formed by a…Huge Flood?

Huge Fossil Beds formed by a…Huge Flood?

Posted on Jul 11, 2017 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

This article (http://www.foxnews.com/science/2016/07/24/148-million-years-later-dinosaur-quarry-remains-cold-case.html) shows how around 50 specimens of Allosaurus have been discovered in the Cleveland-Lloyd Quarry among other types of Dinosaur. They mystery to them is how they are all concentrated in that area. One secular researcher suggests that they were all washed into the area. So this seems like a logical conclusion – based on the evidence: “A single catastrophe is...

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A STEP BACK INTO TIME

A STEP BACK INTO TIME

Posted on Apr 19, 2017 in Blog Posts, Johnsons from the Front | 0 comments

  Two weeks ago, Marilyn and I had the opportunity to teach at a Christian Academy in Vernal, Utah and a Sunday morning and evening at a church. Since Saturday was a free day, we went on a hunting trip, looking for a picnic and campground that I fondly remembered as a young boy. Sounds simple enough, but the last time I was there was over 60 years ago, and so my memory juices were really put to the test. I didn’t end up finding the campground … it is no longer...

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From Youth To Retirees – Something for Everyone

From Youth To Retirees – Something for Everyone

Posted on Apr 7, 2017 in Blog Posts, Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  I want to continue my recollection from recent tours… started in my last blog.  Our Idaho tour began Thursday evening (March 27th) with a night of teaching for the AWANA group at Cambridge Bible Church. They had been studying the beginning of Genesis and wanted to continue the theme, so it was very fitting to use my teaching on Genesis chapter 3.  I only had to make a few alterations of my usual program for these young people, and then I was off teaching.  The...

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Dinosaurs in Pompeii??!!

Posted on Apr 28, 2015 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

Recently, dinosaur fossils have come from an area in China, nicknamed “‘Chinese Pompeii’ because it was assumed the animals had been killed by volcanic gases and buried at the same time under clouds of ash from erupting volcanoes.” It turns out that they were buried by water-laid volcanic sediments. One researcher said, “It was difficult to distinguish the water-carried ash from airfall ash.”[i] So here we have secular archaeologists admitting yet another example of fossils...

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Not Just a Bible Story

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Kid's Think & Believe Too! | 0 comments

“Dad, at the library today I heard a lady tell another lady that you can’t believe in a worldwide flood. She said it was just a silly story found only in the Bible. That’s not true, is it, Dad?” asked Mary. “No, Mary. That is not true. I remember reading about many different cultures from all around the world telling about a worldwide flood.” Mr. Jones went to the bookshelf and after looking for several minutes, finally pulled out two books. “Let’s see … here in Dinosaurs...

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Alien Planets Have “Advanced” Dinosaurs. Yes, Really.

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 3 comments

An important announcement from a top scientist. Dr. Ronald Breslow is a noted scientist at Columbia University. Among other accomplishments, he’s a member of multiple scientific academies around the world, has won the U.S. National Medal of Science, and is the past President of the American Chemical Society. He even has an award named after him (the Ronald Breslow Award in Biomimetic Chemistry). In other words, he’s one of America’s most respected scientists. That’s why it...

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Why Do Cultures Depict Dinosaurs in Their Artwork?

Posted on Oct 25, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

A public school teacher recounted an answer to the question of why people in so many cultures had depicted images of dinosaurs. The obvious answer, of course, is that they actually saw them. However, she showed a video produced by a major museum that actually had a segment where it was trying to explain this from an evolutionary perspective. The gentleman on the video suggested that the dinosaurs were so fierce that the tiny little mammals that were evolving way back...

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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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Dinosaur To Bird?

Posted on May 18, 2012 in Articles | 0 comments

In Genesis 1:20-23 we discover that God created birds on day 5 of Creation, and land animals on day 6 (Genesis 1:24-25, 31).  Dinosaurs walked upon the land, so they were created on day 6. Today, many evolutionary scientists believe dinosaurs are the great-great-great-grandparents of modern day birds.  Lately, some scientists say they have found “feathers” on a few dinosaurs called theropods, the group of dinosaurs that includes Tyrannosaurus rex.  They believe that this is...

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Dino Puberty Blues – Excerpt

Posted on Aug 19, 2010 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Nanotyrannus was a bit like a Tyrannosaurus rex, except it had 17 teeth in its lower jaw, while a T. rex had 12 lower jaw teeth and a less elongated skull. However, now it seems that Nanotyrannus should never have been identified as a separate species at all. Leading dinosaur paleontologist Dr Jack Horner of Montana State University says that Nanotyrannus was in fact a juvenile T. rex, whose skull changed dramatically as it matured. The transition to adulthood also...

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