Legal offensive: creation v. evolution

This past summer I attended the Pittsburgh International Creation Conference. Many were viewing Creation from the scientific view, others the theological view, but I was looking at Creation vs Evolution from the legal perspective.  Currently Creation legally cannot be taught in science class as it is religious in nature. Continue reading

Montana Coffee & the Earth’s Core

This is going to be an addition to the article I wrote back in June of 2013 titled ‘Genesis 1 in the Hebrew Text (Part 3)’ ( And you might want to go back and read that one before you read this one.) Now we are going to focus in on what the Hebrew Text says about the formation of the Earth’s core. Continue reading

Fountains of The Great Deep

Several years ago we put together a Noah’s Flood VBS.  We turned the basement of the church into the inside of Noah’s Ark by covering the windows with black garbage bags (to block out  the light) and filled the room with various and assorted pieces of ‘luggage’ and crates of animals in cardboard box cages with pinched duct tape for bars. Both kids and adults brought their toy animals to be part of the props. Continue reading

Ceres water find vindicates creation

Two days ago, the journal Nature published a shocking report. The dwarf planet Ceres has water vapor on it, and is actively releasing it. This finding confounds conventional notions of the origins of planets, asteroids, meteoroids, and planetary moons. It also vindicates creation, and more particularly the Hydroplate Theory of the Global Flood. The reason: Walter T. Brown Jr., who originated this theory, predicted this finding years ago. Continue reading

Bill Nye, Ken Ham to debate creation

Most people know Bill Nye as “The Science Guy,” from his children’s science show that ran from 1993 to 1998. Today, Ken Ham, of Answers in Genesis, said he would debate Bill Nye on creation v. evolution. That debate will take place February 4, 2014, at The Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky. Continue reading

God’s Water-Marks (Luke & Genesis)

For several months, I have been listening to the ‘Jewish New Testament’ narrated by Jonathan Settel. It was translated by David Stern for the purpose of restoring the Jewishness of the New Testament. For example, instead of saying ‘Jacob’ he says ‘Yă’ăkōv’, and his sons are Re’uven, Shim‘on, Levi, Y’hudah and so on… There are some wonderful insights to be gained from studying the scriptures from that perspective. A couple weeks ago (12/21/2013), just before Christmas, Jewish communities across the globe began the annual reading through the book of Exodus. In our Messianic Jewish Congregation women are also allowed to read from the Torah Scroll, so when Louis asked for volunteers, I got brave and went up to read because I had now become familiar with the Hebrew version of the names, through listening to the cd’s. When I held the Torah Scroll up in the air for the whole congregation to see the writing, my eyes looked down at the patched cinder burn at the bottom of the scroll and to my surprise there was the scribe’s stamped impression embossed into the hide, next to it, signifying that it is a Kosher Torah Scroll (which means that every letter can be clearly read correctly). The only way that the impression can be seen is when the scroll is held up vertical to the light with the shadows outlining the embossment. None of us had ever seen it before, and it was amazing to see! Continue reading

Human evolution attitude survey

At the end of the year, the Pew Research Center published another survey on public attitudes about human evolution. Pew last took this survey in 2009. Pew finds attitudes seemingly little different today from four years ago. But in one key respect, attitudes are changing. Namely: those who stick to evolution on one hand, and creation on the other, now sort themselves as conservatives and liberals, respectively. Continue reading