Danger in Definitions by Bob Sorenson

“Many years ago, I was having an argument with someone that continued off and on for about three days. We suddenly realized that the argument was futile because we were talking about the same thing and in agreement! The good part of what could have been wasted time is that…” CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING … Read More

Solar Days and Creation Week by Walt Sivertsen

“Astronomically speaking… What causes a day, how is a day measured and what are the different kinds of 24 hour days? First, the process that causes the Biblical day on earth, starting and ending in evening at sundown, is the…” CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING THIS ARTICLE ON THE CREATION CLUB WEBSITE

Is Evolution Science? by Doug Velting

“Before we attempt to answer that question, we need to define the word science. According to the 1983 Merriam – Webster dictionary science is defined as “the state of knowing: knowledge as distinguished from ignorance or misunderstanding: knowledge covering general truths or the operations of general laws as obtained and tested through scientific method.” Then … Read More

Genesis is Right by Jay Hall

“It is natural to take a plain reading of the Bible. What could be more clear than the teaching of Genesis on creation? A young-earth worldview should be the outlook for anyone who takes the Bible seriously. Often, due to…” CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING THIS ARTICLE ON THE CREATION CLUB WEBSITE

The Elephant In The Living Room by Mike Snavely

“What’s nice about science is, if things don’t make sense, you can question them and not get fired for it”. In high school, Dr. Polly Matzinger was voted “most likely not to succeed”. But, through the encouragement of some college professor friends, she pursued her education the whole way to a doctorate degree in immunology. … Read More

Must We Presuppose the Truth of the Bible? | Tim Newton

“How do we know the Bible is true? There is an ongoing debate over whether apologetics should be approached from a presuppositional or evidentialist framework. A thorough analysis of each position is beyond the scope of this article. However, it is worthwhile to consider what undergirds Christian faith. Presuppositionalists approach the issue by…” CLICK HERE … Read More

Circulatory System & the Heart by David Rives

“The circulatory, or cardiovascular, system is a wonder of engineering. Somehow your muscles, tissues, and each cell needs to be able to receive nutrients, expel wastes, and receive oxygen. Your body also needs to be able to transport proteins and hormones throughout. If foreign invaders get into your system, you need to be able to … Read More

Spiral Galaxies and a Young Universe by David Rives

“The Bible tells us that “the heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament shows His handiwork.” Astronomy is one of my passions. I love looking through telescopes and seeing the incredible and beautiful things God has made and placed throughout the universe for His glory. Researchers estimate there are at least…” CLICK HERE … Read More

Christian Colleges and Creation by Jay Hall

“A national survey a few years ago targeted the school Presidents, Deans, Science Heads and Theology Heads at Christian colleges and universities regarding biblical authority. A total of 312 people were interviewed. Out of the school presidents, vice presidents and department chairs, 59.6% of these Christian educational leaders…” CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING THIS ARTICLE … Read More

The Bible Warns – It Is Humanism! by Terry Read

“In my daily Bible reading, something from Psalm 81 immediately struck me – “But no, my people wouldn’t listen. Israel did not want me around. So I let them follow their own stubborn desires, living according to their own ideas.”1 I immediately recognized this as…” CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING THIS ARTICLE ON THE CREATION … Read More

Orphan Genes Part 1: Unexpected Results in DNA Sequencing by Tiffany Denham

“In his book, Why Evolution is True, biologist Jerry A. Coyne describes modern evolutionary theory with the following statement: “Life on earth evolved gradually beginning with one primitive species-perhaps a self-replicating molecule-that lived more than 3.5 billion years ago; it then branched out over time, throwing off many new and diverse species.” Based on this … Read More