Tag Archives: God and science

Who is the greatest scientist of all?

I like this observation so much I am going to steal from myself borrowing a comment I answered elsewhere. Sometimes the simplest of explanations are the best. True statement. Creation is the science of truth. Evolution is the religion of … Continue reading

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I am Jack the barbarian…….grrrr

Was reminded recently that stone age intellect was not limited to our ancestors, those illustrious goons who unlike us moderns, did not waste their time twiddling their thumbs on a device, but were busy making brass, copper, laying magnificent stonework, … Continue reading

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Professing themselves to be wise….

Please take a few minutes to consider the greater ramifications of swallowing University ‘findings,’ and putting God’s word in the dumpster so to speak. One doesn’t pick and choose what parts of scripture they find tasty, or do they? -from … Continue reading

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The ‘kinds’

I have been saying this for years. Take careful note of the answers, or lack thereof, and the cut and paste repeated answers by so-called smart people who show how utterly lacking, empty, and shallow, is the thought process of … Continue reading

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5 minutes of delight

Why do I say delight? Because of a man’s willingness to engage science using science at the risk of appearing foolish. Here we see logic and facts utilized to challenge what is long assumed.  Popularity is no guarantee of certainty. … Continue reading

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The tsunami and you

A short time ago there was a devastating tidal wave on the outskirts of Southern Asia. As with all catastrophes, the Creator is called upon to defend his actions, and man looks for weaknesses in the arguments of God, to … Continue reading

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