Colored Glasses Or Bias

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

“Dad, I am confused,” said Mary at the evening dinner table. “Today, my friend Suzie and I were looking at some beautiful flowers in her front yard and I told her I thought it was wonderful, all the bright colors God used in some flowers. But Suzie just laughed, and said that God didn’t make the flowers. Evolution did! I kind of got mad! Dad, how can she not believe that God made the flowers?” “Well Mary, it is probably what Suzie was taught about the world,” Mr. Jones...

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Colored Glasses or Bias

Posted on Mar 1, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

“Dad, I am confused,” said Mary at the evening dinner table. “Today, my friend Suzie and I were looking at some beautiful flowers in her front yard and I told her I thought it was wonderful, all the bright colors God used in some flowers. But Suzie just laughed, and said that God didn’t make the flowers. Evolution did! I kind of got mad! Dad, how can she not believe that God made the flowers?” “Well Mary, it is probably what Suzie was taught about the world,” Mr. Jones...

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How Can You Believe the Bible?

Posted on Sep 20, 2011 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

School is cranking up to full steam again. With it come plenty of challenges to a student’s faith. Sometimes these challenges are subtle, but other times they are blatant attacks. Some teachers, professors, or even friends will accusingly ask, “How can you believe the Bible when we know that evolution is a fact?” A lot of the time a specific piece of evidence is given that supposedly supports evolution or contradicts the Bible.  A constant barrage like this can shake the...

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Released from the Burden of Evolution

Posted on Jan 20, 2011 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

While Mary Jo and I were speaking at the University of Minnesota, a young lady from China shared a testimony with us that really struck home. She said she had attended our programs last year and they made a very real impact on her. She told us, “I’ve been released from the burden of evolution!”  I can’t think of a better way to put it. She hit the nail right on the head! Evolution is indeed a heavy burden. It keeps young and old alike from responding to the Gospel or from...

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Macroevolution vs. Microevolution

Posted on Nov 20, 2005 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 1 comment

Evolutionists blur the important distinction between micro and macroevolution.  They work hard to make it seem like the two types of evolution are a continuous process, when really they are not.  It is important for creationists to clearly understand and communicate this distinction.  The key lies in understanding these processes at the molecular genetic (genotypic) level, as well as at the higher (phenotypic) level of tissues and organs.  When we do, we can see clearly why...

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