A courtroom drama inspired by true-life encounters with irrational skepticism.
If only one could demonstrate exhaustively that Flood Geology never was a valid option, whether biblically or scientifically, then perhaps we could recover the Bible’s literary artistry, which long fell victim to a cookie-cutter hermeneutic. Perhaps we could recover geology as a tool for exploring this Earth, and the Grand Canyon as a testament to its great antiquity. Needless to say, that is precisely what this book accomplishes and why it couldn’t come at a better time.
Originally posted on Naturalis Historia:
Young life creationists, or baraminologists as they prefer to be called, have experienced a paradigm shift over the past three decades. Initially, creationists made a…
The following is a guest post by J.W. Wartick, who holds a M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University and blogs actively at Always Have A Reason. Besides YEC and the ‘origins […]
About two years ago, my wife and I switched to a memory-foam mattress, and we couldn’t be happier. Everything claimed by the late-night advertisements is true. The mattress subtly conforms to […]
Guest post by David MacMillan One of the great things about being home schooled was the way every experience could become a learning opportunity. We were always ready to investigate […]
Answers in Genesis generally does well not to acknowledge its best critics, because doing so exposes their audience to the fact that theirs is a ministry rooted in pseudoscience, which is […]
In the wake of World War II, American warships were increasingly being cast into new, scientific roles for the sake of physical oceanography. By the late 1950’s, the hastened efforts to develop effective sonar […]
Dear Ken Ham, In recent years, your ministry has gained unprecedented publicity by cranking its ‘apologetics’ amps all the way to eleven. Between provocative billboards, a life-sized ark, and a lawsuit over […]
Part and parcel to the ‘Flood Geology’ paradigm is the proposal that Noah’s Ark ran aground in the high mountains of Turkey near the end of a recent global flood—an inference made from […]