Daily Archives : December 2, 2016

Quickly Cooling Crystals

The bright morning sun glistened off the different colored rock crystals, all squeezed together into a block of granite rock.  “Oh look!  There’s schist, and I think that’s pegmatite!”  I declared, delightedly leaning as close as I could to the…

December 2, 2016

Fun with Fabre – Karl C. Priest

When I wrote “Evolutionism Stung by Wasps” I had never heard of Jean-Henri Fabre.  Since then I have discovered that Fabre had a love for insects and also, like me, was a math teacher. Fabre had a gift of being…

December 2, 2016

Tear Production | Why You Should Believe In Creation …And Not Evolution | David Rives

Why should you believe in creation, and not evolution? I mean, scientifically speaking. Haven’t we proven that evolution is a fact? Well, it’s a common perception that evolution is proven fact. But the deeper I explore, and the more I…

December 2, 2016

How to read Genesis (and the rest of the Bible) in a fresh, exciting new way

Have you ever read a Bible that has no verse or chapter numbers? Chapter and verse numbers were actually added to the Bible fairly recently, only becoming popular about 500 years ago. Sometimes we forget that when Moses, Luke, Paul,…

December 2, 2016

Are Biblical accounts copied from pagan religions? Part 1. The God of Creation

Recently while at work I overheard a discussion among some of my co-workers. They were agreeing among themselves that the Biblical accounts of things like the creation of the universe and the major events of Christianity – like the birth…

December 2, 2016