Itching Ears

Henry M. Morris III, D.Min.

The Bible contains abundant warnings against following false teaching. All of them foretell awful consequences for those who don’t test what they hear against the inerrant words of God. There is one warning in 2 Timothy, however, that uses a somewhat humorous metaphor. More...

Great Expectations

Jayme Durant

In January, we often review our goals with great expectations for the year ahead. We want to rejoice in God’s goodness to us during 2017 as we anticipate His even greater work in 2018. Let’s take some time to reflect on all He accomplished through us together in the past year. More...

Wrapping Up Seafloor Sediment Research

Jake Hebert, Ph.D.

I have long studied the methods used to assign ages to the deep ice cores of Greenland and Antarctica. Although Bible skeptics claim these cores present an unanswerable argument for an old earth, creation scientists can plausibly account for the excessive ages secular scientists assign to them. More...

Stellar Nucleosynthesis: Where Did Heavy Elements Come From?

Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D.

Why should we be concerned about where heavy elements came from? The answer points to opposing paradigms in the story of origins—random chance events in which nature somehow creates and sustains itself, or an ex nihilo (out of nothing) creation that is consistent with the biblical narrative. More...

When Frogs Fly

Brian Thomas, M.S.

Mammals, reptiles, and even amphibians can actually glide through the atmosphere. The fantastic designs of more familiar flyers like falcons and fruit bats should not fail to inspire, but each newfound aeronautical wonder in the living world offers a fresh example of God’s creativity. More...

Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary Shenanigans

Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D., and Tim Clarey, Ph.D.

Huge fossil graveyards are found the world over in water-deposited rocks. Clearly, this is evidence of the global catastrophic deluge recorded in Genesis. To counter this, evolutionists concoct stories based on multiple extinction events to explain changes in the fossils found in strata. More...

Epigenetics—Engineered Phenotypic “Flexing”

Randy J. Guliuzza, P.E., M.D.

Even non-engineers intuitively know when engineering applications call for strong but flexible items. Likewise, a proper understanding of biological function begins with correlating a living organism’s features with the engineered characteristics—like flexibility—that enable them to work. More...

Were There Days Before God Created the Sun?

Brian Thomas, M.S.

Genesis 1 describes the creation of all things in six days. Since Genesis says God didn’t create the sun until Day 4, that means the first three days had no sun. Can we consider them real days without the sun shining and providing daylight? More...


Uniformitarians Stumble on Distant Starlight

James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D.

God’s Word is often attacked by those who claim that science shows biblical claims to be erroneous. One common stumbling block uniformitarians introduce is how long it took starlight to reach Earth, saying it couldn’t possibly have both started and arrived on Day 4 of the creation week. More...

Godly Contentment in the New Year

Henry M. Morris IV

God considers covetousness so grievous He included it in His Ten Commandments to Israel. As we begin another year of service to God, let us cast off any covetous leanings that have crept into our lives and share our resources in the pursuit of everlasting God-pleasing treasure that produces true gain. More...

 

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