Discover Creation with AOI
One father lamented, “I wish you were here 10 years ago. My son was so active in the church. Now he says he is an atheist.”
(This App is only available for Android devices, but we are currently developing this for Apple devices as well. If you would like to help in the App Development process for this or other apps, we would welcome your efforts. We pray that this and other apps will be a new resource to share life-changing Truths in our modern culture!)
We’re glad you took the time to check us out. We are unashamedly Biblical in presenting our views, yet we are seriously dedicated to presenting scientific and historical evidence to back up these views. We hope you have fun exploring as you Discover Creation with us at Alpha Omega Institute!
If you are a Christian, we believe you will find lots of evidence on this site to affirm your faith. If you are a searcher or a skeptic (like some of our staff used to be) we welcome you! We hope you will explore the evidence with an open mind, consider how you came to your current beliefs, and seriously contemplate how your view of origins impacts your life and destiny.
Welcome to the journey!
As you discover God’s creation, make sure to check out our new AOI Ministry Center. We would love to meet you and give you a tour!
Cross what? Sandstone was formed from sand that became washed or blown into place and later cemented together by waterborne minerals to become solid rock. Crossbedding refers to a specific type of layering which is noticeable in many sandstone deposits. In the picture above, notice the flat horizontal line and then the layers dipping downward to the left. This is typical crossbedding. Measuring the angle that the layers dip can give a clue as...Read More
“A skyscraper begins with a plan, compiled by a team of architects and engineers. Even a very large tree begins with a tiny seed, often no bigger than a pinhead. But it is crammed with complex programmed information that controls its development into a living giant (see box [in the article]). It takes a mountain of materials such as cement, sand, and steel to be brought to the site to build a skyscraper. But...Read More