Category : CMI

He ‘Stretched Out the Heavens’: Starlight and Time – Dr. Jack L. Burton

Overview While many people (including more than a few Christian ‘scholars’) have become convinced of the secular notion that the vast expanse of the universe was formed before the stars, planets, and other celestial bodies came into being; the Bible…

November 23, 2016

What is NOTHING? Part 1 of 3: ‘Texture’ – Dr. Jack L. Burton

Series Overview The complete title of this article series is: ‘What is NOTHING? – Texture, Temperature, & Time’. We will be examining each of these three principles as they relate to the concept of absolute nothingness in three (3) separate…

August 20, 2016

Ice Cores and Evolution – do Greenland ice cores show annual layering? – Michael J. Oard

Uniformitarian scientists claim to have counted 110,000 annual layers of ice down one of the ice cores drilled into the central Greenland ice sheet, but this claim is incorrect. They have used predictions from their long-age ice-accumulation models to interpret…

January 18, 2016

A giant cause The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland: colossal volcanic eruptions during Noah’s Flood – Tas Walker

Each year, almost half a million people visit the Giant’s Causeway on the north-east coast of Northern Ireland to see the remarkable rocks. On the plateau 100 m (330 ft) above the Atlantic Ocean, the rolling plains flaunt every shade…

October 27, 2015

Western culture and the age of the earth: Review of The Dating Game: One Man’s Search for the Age of the Earth by Cherry Lewis Cambridge University Press, 2000 – Tas Walker

I enjoyed Cherry Lewis’s fascinating biography of Arthur Holmes (1890–1965), the English geologist famous for his work on radioactive dating and the age of the earth. It traces how ideas about the age of the earth changed over one man’s…

October 25, 2015

Unmasking a long-age icon A Scottish site, revered by evolutionary geologists worldwide as the birthplace of their long-age philosophy, actually gives powerful evidence for the Genesis Flood. – Tas Walker

Figure 1. Geology of England, Scotland and Wales. A rocky peninsula near Cockburnspath, 60 km (40 miles) east of Edinburgh, Scotland, has become something of a ‘Mecca’ for modern geologists. According to one geology professor, the first thing you notice…

October 24, 2015

Deluge disaster Amazing Australian plesiosaur preservation – Tas Walker

Cattleman Ian Ievers, in 1989, went looking for fossils on Marathon Station, the family cattle property near Richmond in northwest Queensland, Australia.1,2 His search was rewarded when he found some bones sticking out of a gully. There was a skull…

October 24, 2015

The watery formation of Fish River Canyon in arid Namibia – Tas Walker

Fish River Canyon is the second largest land canyon in the world, after Grand Canyon in the USA.1 It’s in Namibia, on the west coast of southern Africa, a country that’s a little larger than Texas, but with only a…

October 23, 2015

The Genesis Flood and Noah’s Ark Fact or fiction? – Tas Walker

Many doubt the biblical story of Noah’s Flood. To many the story seems a gross exaggeration or a work of fiction. And if Noah’s Flood is not believable, why trust any historical account in the Bible? People have posed many…

October 17, 2015