Compelling Evidence for Creation

Hi, I’m Michael Stamp, Editor at the Institute for Creation Research.

For decades, I confidently believed in both the Bible and a 13-billion-year-old universe. I knew all the arguments. I accepted the gap theory and saw Genesis as an ancient tale told from the Hebrews’ limited worldview.

Then I ran into ICR. I had no idea that a compelling scientific case for biblical creation existed. I wish I’d heard about this in school! By God’s grace, I now have a front-row seat to cutting-edge research demonstrating that biblical creation is the most scientific explanation for our world and reality. The truth of God’s Word is confirmed by science, and both point to a young earth.

Many people who scoff at biblical creation haven’t done their homework and read the case for it. In the ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth History, they’ll have an opportunity to see the evidence for themselves. Each visitor will leave with new knowledge, and we pray many will spread the word to others.

Please stand with us and help us finish strong—now is the time!

   

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