The Creation Podcast is a ministry of the Institute for Creation Research. Find answers to some of the most pressing questions of faith and science, and listen to science and Bible experts examine the latest discoveries from a biblical worldview.

     

     

Remembering Mount St. Helens
May 18, 2019, marks the 39th anniversary of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Why are we talking about a historic volcano on a podcast about biblical creation? We have a panel of ICR experts to...
Encouragement and Advice for Homeschool Families
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What Do We Do With Darwin Day?
Many secularist and humanist organizations celebrate February 12 as Darwin Day, a day set aside to honor Charles Darwin and his legacy. But is Darwinism science? And does it have a rightful place in...
Our Young Solar System
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Grand Canyon and Genetic Clocks Confirm the Bible
What does Grand Canyon tell us about the Genesis Flood? ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey uncovers the evidence and shares about his work with the ICR Discovery Center. Can Christians be confident about...
Evaluating Evolution
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Creature Adaptation Reveals Design
ICR’s National Representative, Dr. Randy Guliuzza, shares about an exciting new scientific model that explains why creatures can rapidly adapt to their changing environments. You’ll...
Creation Q&A: Neanderthals, Flood Fossils, Dinosaurs, a.,.
We asked you to send us your creation, evolution, and Bible questions on social media. Today, ICR Research Associate Frank Sherwin is here to provide some answers. We’ll talk about Neanderthals,...
Can We Understand the Bible for Ourselves?
Do we need experts to interpret the Bible for us, or can we understand it for ourselves? ICR’s National Representative, Dr. Randy Guliuzza, discusses the doctrine of biblical clarity and...
Is Genesis History? | Climate Research Update
Physicist Dr. Jake Hebert discusses weaknesses in secular explanations for an Ice Age, how a biblical event best explains it, and why Christians don’t need to panic over climate change claims....


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