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Asking Jesus in – Really?

I know I’m questioning the unquestionable, but… Is “Asking Jesus into our Hearts” Biblical? We have all heard it taught.  It is taught to children in Sunday schools, private Christian schools, and in Christian homes across the land.  It is taught as being the Gospel message, the plan of salvation, and in modern times it […]

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10 Christians that are Headed to Hell

Sound Crazy?  Maybe even offensive?  Don’t get angry just yet!  Instead, read this challenging article 

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A Christian gets Saved

Great video!  A “must watch”  for all who go by the name Christian! Check it out…

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What about all the other Creation Stories? – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
One of the frequent objections to allowing the teaching of creation in public schools is that if “creationism” is taught, all other different cultural stories concerning creation would have to be brought into a science classroom. This is a classic example of a “straw man” (distortion of the truth) argument. This strategy is used to discredit the scientific evidence for creation by denigrating it as a religious concept. Those opposed to exposing students to the evidence for creation hope to equate this evidence with ancient creation myths, such as the absurd idea that the universe came from the egg of a large bird. Yet modern evolutionists believe that the entire universe essentially came from nothing, as the “cosmic egg” (which contained all the matter and energy of the universe) somehow explosively expanded. Creation is based on the existence of a Creator so at least it has a cause for the universe. Which group of believers really have egg on their face? Continue reading

Watch Out for the Snow Job – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
Phillip Johnson in his book, Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds, suggests that whenever the word “evolution” appears in schools, textbooks, nature programs, or museums, a red light should go off in our heads flashing, “SNOW JOB ALERT…SNOW JOB ALERT”. This is because the same word, “evolution”, is used to convey completely different meanings and the definition shifts without notice.
The most general use of the word evolution is “change.” No one can argue with this – things do change. The second meaning of the word is also agreed upon by everyone. This is when evolution is used to mean microevolution or minor variations within a type of animal. Examples of this are different breeds of dogs and cats. Microevolution also happens in nature to produce such relatively minor changes as different beaks on finches (which Darwin observed on the Galapagos Islands). Notice that dogs are still dogs and finches are still finches. Continue reading

Good Morning Students – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
The debate over evolution vs. creation is not just a dry technical argument concerning isotopic dating methods, dinosaur bones, or even whether mutations can turn pond scum into people. What we believe about where we came from determines how we view life, and ultimately, our actions. Answers to such basic questions as “Where did we come from?”, “What is the purpose of life?”, and “How do we determine right from wrong?”, are derived directly from our beliefs about our origin. If we are just the result of random chance changes that turned swamp gas into people, then life has no ultimate purpose or meaning… Each person must determine for themselves what is right or wrong… and any ultimate meaning and purpose for life really does not exist.
This is the essence of what is being taught to your children each day in public schools: Continue reading

Turn on Your Baloney Detector – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
Carl Sagan was the unofficial voice for naturalistic atheism for many years until his death in 1997. In one of his last books, The Demon-Haunted World, Sagan lamented that in spite of monumental public education efforts to teach that random chance processes had produced all life, only 9% of American citizens accepted this as true. Sagan’s solution was for people to learn critical thinking skills. However, Dr. Sagan never applied these same critical thinking skills to his own unshakable faith in naturalistic evolution. Professor Phillip Johnson does an excellent job of doing just that in his book, Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds. Here is a summary of some classic distortion techniques used all too often to defend evolutionism.

BLIND APPEAL TO AUTHORITY
This is often the first resort used to discredit those who do not cower to the opinion of the majority. Continue reading

Chinese Language Reveals Creation – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
One of the primary characteristics that separate human behavior from animals is the ability to transfer abstract concepts to another human via written language. The Bible teaches that this ability came directly from our Creator. It also teaches that the vastly different languages of the world are a result of the confusion of one original language during an event known as the tower of Babel. Our English word babble (meaning gibberish, chatter, nonsense) has its roots in this event. Modern scientific studies really have no better explanation because it is still a mystery how totally different languages could have developed by any natural process.
There should be accounts in ancient cultures for Biblical events such as Continue reading

Creation Viewpoint Heavily Censored – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
Censorship is a word which evokes a strong response because it conflicts with our inherent sense of fairness. Each year, the humanist organization, Citizens for an American Way, publish a report of supposed “censorship” incidents in which “fundamentalists” attempt to keep books out of libraries. Yet, a far more dangerous type of censorship is largely ignored.
Censorship is the banning of ideas so that people do not even have the opportunity to hear them. The reason this is so dangerous is that the human mind tends to work by paradigms. A paradigm is a framework which all people develop concerning what is right or wrong, true or false. The human mind often finds it very difficult to even consider ideas outside an accepted paradigm. Increasing exposure to the truth improves the probability that it will be embraced. Exclusive exposure to a false belief, no matter how outrageous, insures its eventual acceptance. This is the essence of brainwashing. Continue reading

Inherit the Lie – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
The key historical event leading to the general acceptance of evolution in America was not the publication of Darwin’s book in 1859. The defining moment for evolution was the publicity surrounding the Scopes Monkey Trial in 1925. What most people know about creation is tainted by the distorted historical presentation of the trial called Inherit the Wind.
This Broadway play was first released in 1955 and a movie of the same name was released in 1960. Both the movie and the play are pure propaganda for an atheist worldview and grossly distort true historical events.
The one-sided publicity surrounding the Scopes Monkey Trial makes the truth of the trial relatively unknown. Continue reading

Science Can Never Define Reality – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
America’s founders centered their discussions of almost every topic around what the Bible taught. Although not all were believing Christians, they did recognize the unique authority of the Bible. One study conducted by the University of Houston found that 92% of all important quotes by America’s Founding Fathers from 1750 to 1790 were either direct or indirect references to Biblical teachings.1
Today, if a person were to state that his viewpoint was based on Biblical teaching, he would be met with either a blank stare or open ridicule. America’s culture is post-Christian in nature because Christianity is no longer the primary influencing philosophy. The belief that science can define reality has replaced Christianity as the primary source of truth. Continue reading

Magic, Science, and Great Mysteries – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
The best kept secret of a magician is to get the observer to eliminate the obvious while focusing on the illusion. For instance, the magician will display empty hands or an ordinary scarf before putting something back into his hand (which you assume is still empty) or switching to a trick scarf (which you assume is still ordinary). His skill as a magician depends upon getting the observer to disregard the correct answer so that the mystery remains. Believers in evolution use the same method as they present students with only the natural possibilities for the appearance and advancement of life, while hiding the evidence for creation.
Magazines occasionally publish lists of “great mysteries.” U.S. News and World Report devoted the cover story of the 8/18/97 issue to 18 “Great Science Mysteries”. Yet, most of these mysteries simply disappear if we assume the Bible is true. They are only mysteries if the correct answer has been eliminated before starting the investigation. Continue reading

Education: Redefined – Scientific Evidence for Creation

(by Bruce Malone, used with permission)
The goal of public education should be training children to think, reason, and discover truth. Yet, the methods used by our education system seem more directed toward molding young minds in such a way as to guarantee agreement with the majority opinion. This teaching method is most apparent when it comes to evolution.
Whenever there is even the slightest hint of criticism or opposition to the naturalistic evolution found in our textbooks, schools, or museums, the charge of bringing religion into public schools is leveled against concerned parents. Continue reading

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