Tag : Fall

Is the Retro view of Genesis Right?

How it is possible for death to exist prior to the Fall (Gen. 3)? In a book published in 2009 we find the view that the death, destruction and disease seen in the fossil record are the retroactive punishment of…

April 19, 2017

Shifting Seasons

The spring breeze teased my loose, long hair as it sailed behind me when the swing went up, and cascaded around my shoulders when gravity pulled the swing back. Light from the late afternoon sun filtered through the new, bright…

March 4, 2016

Math, Sickness, and the Fall – Katherine Loop

As we use math to explore God’s creation, we not only find evidence of His wisdom and care everywhere (see one of my previous posts about the design God has placed in sunflowers), but we also find evidence of the…

January 5, 2016

Keeping the Course

How would a road trip without a GPS go for you?  Does navigation come pretty naturally to you or are you more directionally challenged?  Or perhaps you’re more likely to take an accidental detour caused by missing a turn, due…

November 6, 2015

Garbage Guys

Trembling with mixed excitement and fear, I slid back the wire screen on top of the glass tank and slowly reached in to touch a pile of the huge sleeping bugs. I jumped back in fright as the creatures reacted…

July 17, 2015

Creation Clues for Kids, Vol. 2 No. 2

Amazing Sea Creatures From the beach, the ocean looks quiet and still as the sun sets.  But, deep down in the water, the strangest most colorful creatures are showing off their incredible design.  Some of these creatures, like a squid,…

December 15, 2014

The Nature of God and the Conflicting Nature of Evolution, Or, One Reason Why God Could Not Have Used Evolution

Some people wrongly think that Elohim (Hebrew word for God) can do absolutely anything. Elohim cannot do absolutely anything; rather He can do only that which does not conflict with His own nature. The concept is simple. Elohim’s nature is…

July 29, 2014