Learning and Growing!

Posted on Feb 7, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Here is a scientist who became a Christian, but struggled with the Creation and Evolution topic. He started studying Creation Science, but it took him around 10 years – see his words here: ‘I didn’t like these new ideas, but I realized I had to pay attention to them because they were properly justified. It took me a decade of reading more creationist literature before I made the switch completely.’ He says that his ‘conversion to trusting what God taught in the Bible’ was...

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An Evolutionary Anthropologist Changes His Mind!

Posted on Jan 10, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

“A committed teacher of evolutionary anthropology at a major secular university (Wisconsin State) until 1975, Dr Neil Huber, of Washington State, USA, is now a whole-hearted creationist. A committed Christian by 1981, by 1990 he had come to accept the literal Genesis viewpoint. “I grew up in total ignorance of the Bible”, he says. “I knew about Christ from school plays, Christmas, and things of that kind, but my family was very much opposed to Christianity. As my father...

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Yummy…sweat??

Yummy…sweat??

Posted on Dec 13, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “Darwin’s followers believe milk evolved from sweat. But milk is nutritious food containing proteins, fats, and sugars, while sweat is a salty mix of various poisons, including urea. (Now you can see why evolution takes millions of years; it’s all those platypus babies drinking sweat until a series of “miracle mutations” finally turned it into milk!)” Source: Parker, Mary and Gary, The Complete Zoo Adventure¸ Master Books, Green Forest, AR, 2007,...

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A Skeptic Responds…

Posted on Dec 11, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  We had shared some insights, a resource that made an argument for Design not Evolution, and had defined some terms. A skeptic responded with mockery, mixed with a little vulgarity in trying to be humorous. The skeptic made some claims, which were ultimately only their claims and opinions regarding our position. THIS IS THE KEY PART WHEN RESPONDING TO OTHER VIEWS: Learn to recognize claims/opinions from arguments supported by reason/evidence. Press them to support...

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What Evidence Do You Need?

Posted on Dec 6, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  In the last year, often I have heard people say “I don’t believe in God because there isn’t enough evidence (or there is no evidence).” There might be different ways of approaching that statement, one might be to simply say: If I gave you evidence, would you seriously consider God? Another key aspect is to define what is meant by the word “evidence”. I asked someone recently, “what evidence do you need for a supernatural entity?” He said he need some physical evidence. I...

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“What has evidence got to do with faith?”

Posted on Nov 22, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  From our experience talking with people all over regarding the intersection of faith and science, we consistently run into the idea that many think faith is a belief in something with no evidence for it or even in opposition to the evidence. This is not a correct definition of faith! Our faith is reasonable and is based in scientific and philosophical evidence. In fact, given facts and pieces of evidence, every person has to have faith or trust in how to best understand...

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Was Earth a Giant Snowball??

Posted on Nov 20, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Here is an interesting article: https://crev.info/2018/05/snowball-earth-theory-not-set-stone/ Note the following paragraph that was added toward the end:   “Few readers may notice that Tae Hamm borrowed the illustration “Explosion of Life” (shown above) from a creationist website, Alpha Omega Institute. It was lifted from a blog post, where Brian Mariani at AOI was showing both sides of Cambrian Explosion issue, first the naturalistic/evolutionary perspective (where the...

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Philosophy or Scientific Fact?

Posted on Oct 9, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

“Critiquing deGrasse Tyson’s commentary as to where humans come from, wherein the astrophysicist reiterates the common atheistic “fact” of the mere materialism of humans, Cairn University’s Dr. Keith Plummer noted the importance of differentiating “between what they’re saying that’s scientific and what they’re saying that’s philosophical.”   “First, I think it has to be said that Neil deGrasse Tyson is a very competent astrophysicist. He knows his stuff in terms of...

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Inappropriate or Offensive??

Posted on Sep 11, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Wow! I thought this was interesting that when I clicked on this video – the first thing that comes up is that it has been flagged as inappropriate or offensive – And I can understand that, yes, it says that many religions are wrong, but the video is about the good news as opposed to the hopeless efforts of gaining righteousness by works.     ...

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Can Evolution and the Bible Fit Together?

Posted on Sep 6, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  This is a great article on the problem with trying to fit billions of years with the Bible: “So, am I accusing every Christian who holds to a theistic evolutionary/old earth position of directly blaspheming Jesus and God the Father? No, because the fact is, most Christians don’t join-the-dots when they accommodate evolution and long ages into their understanding of the Bible. However, what I am saying is that to attribute error (and by extension) falsehood to Jesus and...

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Why it is important to define the word – “Theory”?

Posted on Jul 31, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Evolutionists say that Evolution is the Theory of how life has arisen on planet Earth. So many Christians say “See…Evolution is just a theory, not a fact.” But what most don’t understand is that the way scientists now DEFINE “theory” is that there are models to try to explain something, but there is only one “theory” which explains it the best. And especially in the case of Evolution, theories are thus often attributed the ranking of “Fact” since it is the most supported...

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How should we teach Evolution? How should we teach Creation?

Posted on Jul 24, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Here is how one program teaches Evolution: “In our course, we include many of the popular arguments and evidence supporting evolution. Importantly, we teach about evolution but we do not teach evolution as the explanation for the origin of life and mankind. It would be irresponsible if we did not present information about evolution. If our students were not presented with the common arguments and evidence used to support evolution, then they will be poorly equipped to...

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