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Lessons from Amos: Don't Pass Through Beersheba
It is an indispensable fact of human existence that we are not self-sufficient beings. Our very lives depend on procuring and consuming certain amounts of food and water, and our bodies are often poorly equipped to cope with our environment without adequate clothing and protection. But these basic necessities of food, clothing, and shelter are external to us, so we must acquire them in order to survive.More...
Evolution of a Creation Scientist
Unlike many researchers working in the field of creation science, I was not raised in a strong Christian background. The occasional trip to some nominal church with my parents—my father, a successful research chemist for a large corporation, and my mother, a school teacher—was simply something we did to round out our social experience. For the most part, my secular upbringing was steeped in evolutionary science and philosophy.More...
Genesis in Chinese Pictographs
Ancient Chinese pictographs are silent witnesses, like fingerprints, of historical events reported in Genesis. In particular, the details of these word-symbols are clues that point to how the earliest Chinese must have known basic facts of Genesis 1–11 at the very time their pictographs were invented. More...
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