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The Unique Labor of ICR
 

"In Science We Trust" was the title of the December 2002 editorial of Scientific American, equating science with evolution. ICR has been called to confront these deeply entrenched anti-god ideas at the foundational level—the knowledge level. That means uncovering (research) the data (empirical science) that will expose the erroneous "trust" in evolutionary thinking.

Some Current ICR Research

Geology and Radiometric Dating Research: Documenting the historicity of the Biblical worldwide Flood is devastation to the whole system of evolution. The R.A.T.E. project is producing new and critical scientific data on radiometric dating processes.

Biology and Genomic Research: Evolution proposes "descent from a common ancestor." ICR has long fought this wrong thinking and now has the powerful tool of genomics. The "design" and "information" so obvious in the DNA can help demonstrate the limits of the created "kind" of the Creation record.

Astronomy and Cosmology Research: Much press time has been given to the "discoveries" in astronomy with an absolute assumption of "billions" of years. ICR has begun a visionary project to scientifically critique and challenge this naturalistic approach to cosmology.

Please Consider "Co-Laboring" with Us

Each of these areas demand uniquely qualified, professionally trained individuals as well as significant funding for equipment and fieldwork. ICR receives no federal grants. We have no endowments. Our informational "products" (books, videos, monographs, etc.) provide minimal income. The work progresses only to the degree that the Lord calls co-laborers to share with us. The Lord has always provided and much has been accomplished. Yet, "The harvest truly is plenteous, but the laborers are few" (Matthew 9:37). If the Lord has given you material resources, please consider how you may be able to enter into these "labors" (John 4:38).

Cite this article: Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. 2003. The Unique Labor of ICR. Acts & Facts. 32 (2).

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