Creationist Worldview [Podcast] | The Institute for Creation Research

Creationist Worldview [Podcast]

The Bible and science go together beautifully. ICR zoologist and researcher Frank Sherwin explains how in this 5-part podcast series on the creationist worldview. Mr. Sherwin shares the scientific and biblical evidence for a young earth, global Flood, and the origin of his favorite creatures—both living and extinct.

1) Biology and the Age of the Earth

Many Christians compromise the creation account in order to accommodate Scripture with secular science. But an old earth means death really isn’t the penalty for sin. What does the Bible say about the age of the earth? And how young is the earth from a life science perspective?

2) Bees

There are 20,000 known species of bees! These industrious insects possess incredible skills for creating orderly and efficient honeycombs. How are bees unique? And what can we learn about the Creator’s design from these winged workers?

3) War of the Worldviews

Everyone has a worldview. Evolutionism and Christianity are competing worldviews; Christianity and science are not. Do you know why you believe what you believe? Are you ready to defend your faith “with meekness and fear”?

4) The Flood

Christians must build their worldview on the whole Bible. But there’s no need to throw out science. Science harmonizes well with the biblical message—right down to the details. How does the evidence lead to a recent, global Flood? Why is the evolutionary timescale false? And what does the geologic column really reveal about Earth history?

5) Dinosaurs

What is the origin of dinosaurs? Can we trust the fossil record? Questions abound regarding these famous “thunder lizards.” But secular textbooks lack strong, scientific answers. Where should Christians go for solid dinosaur science?

 

          

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