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I looked in the rear-view mirror and saw a Semi-truck barreling down on us…no more than 30 feet from us. I knew it was going to be bad. And a second later, I was looking all around trying to survey what just happened. I was still in control of the car, still going straight forward. I looked back in the rearview mirror and my 4-year old son was still sitting in the third row – just stunned – seemingly not in pain. The two younger girls in the second row had awoken from their...Read More
The above was a response (“Scientific evidence does not have to be interpreted. Science is science.”) that I received while in a debate with an evolutionist. This is how I rejoined in the debate: Crime Scene Scientists, Paleontologists, and Archaeologists along with probably every other scientist is faced with the challenges of how to best interpret the evidence. If you were a crime scene investigator, you would come into a house and observe a dead body laying on the...Read More
In the same stream as my last blog (this time of year actually slows down enough to collect your thoughts again), I want to continue to reminisce on my recent travels. So step back a little in time with me again (this was also last September). …One added perk of a traveling creation ministry like ours, is the blessing of passing through parts of the country where our children now live. We currently have three daughters and sons-in-law who are in active ministry. ...Read More
Looking back over the end of the summer, I thought I would do a little recollecting of some of the recent travels. So step back a little in time with me. … It seemed to us that almost everyone had come to Nebraska to view the solar eclipse! That became especially evident on the return home—more details on that later! A pastor friend from Harrison, NE, had asked me (Rich) a number of months ago if I would be interested in giving an astronomy talk at his church on...Read More
This is intriguing. For years evolutionists have been predicting — then claiming without proof — that a high percentage of our DNA is “junk” – the leftovers from millions of years of evolution. Creationists predicted that since God doesn’t make junk, we will find important uses for so-called “junk DNA.” When we pointed out that virtually everything that was called “junk DNA” has now been shown to have important and sometimes vital functions, the...Read More