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Evolutionist Says: Darwinism is in Trouble!

Jun. 6, 2014 - Read this story, and subscribe to a free daily nugget from Creation Momments that will strengthen your faith!

This example is a quotation by Dr. Francis Hitching, a famous evolutionist over thirty years ago that prompted a Life Magazine cover article, "Was Darwin Wrong About Evolution?" At that time Hitchiing said that evolution, “has not, contrary to general belief, and despite very great efforts, been proven.”


Do Christians care if ‘Noah’ movie jibes with the Bible? Survey says … yep

Feb. 21, 2014 -
"A whopping 98 percent of faith-driven consumers are “unsatisfied with (the) Bible-themed movie which strays from Biblical message.” The report suggested that “Noah” could thus face “commercial challenges.”
This is the result of an online survey by Faith Driven Consumer – a movement that connects Christian consumers with companies compatible with a biblical worldview.
Source: Fox
Faith Driven Consumer

Are Religion and Science at Odds? New Poll Says Maybe Not

Feb. 20, 2014 - A new study by Rice University sociologist Elaine Howard Ecklund indicates that most scientists believe in God. Seventeen percent of all scientists are Evangelicals, and more than 60 percent are Christians (including Mainline Protestants and Roman Catholics).
Source: Christian Post


Don't Miss the Great Creation/ Evolution Debate - Feb. 4th!
Science Guy’ Reveals Why He’s Ignoring Atheist Activists’ Warnings and Debating Creationist Ken Ham

Jan. 24, 2014 -
Since “science guy” Bill Nye’s upcoming Feb. 4 debate with anti-evolutionist Ken Ham at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky., was made public a few weeks ago, atheist activists have spoken out fervently against the initiative.
Biologist Richard Dawkins and others tried to persuade Bill Nye that engaging with creationists is ideologically dangerous and gives undue publicity to those who oppose evolution. He said, “The guy challenged me to a duel. What am I gonna do?” The topic of the debate is: "Is creation a viable model of origins in today's modern scientific era?"
Source: The Blaze
Tickets old out in 2 miinutes! - The Columbus Dispatch
Free Video Streaming Online - Register now - DebateLive
Creation Museum
Americans and the Creation v. Evolution Debate - Christianity Today
What You Missed While Not Watching the Bill Nye and Ken Ham Creation Debate - Time
Who 'Won' The Creation Vs. Evolution Debate? -NPR
5 million watched online creation debate - WND
Defeating Darwin in four easy steps - OneNewsNow

Oct. 10, 2013
RonGraff.jpg - 6668 Bytes Nobel Prizes Showcase the Wonders of Creation

I noticed something fascinating about the current spate of Nobel Prize winners. Their achievements give witness to the greatness of our Creator God!

Let me give a little background here. Knowledgeable Christians take the Bible literally, and believe the account of God's creation in the first two chapters of Genesis. They also value true science and rejoice whenever more truth is discovered by brilliant and diligent scientists.

For the past century and a half, the theory of evolution has been taught almost exclusively in our public educational systems. This has led to confusion, and in many cases, rejection of Biblical values by students.

The good news is - the more advanced science gets in our generation, the more credence its findings give to belief in Creation. Charles Darwin and his followers did not expect this to happen. In fact, he wrote in his book, On the Origen of Species,

"If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed which could not possibly have been formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down." - Charles Darwin
Irreducible Complexity: The Challenge to the Darwinian Evolutionary Explanations of many Biochemical Structures

Darwin thought that the cell was utterly simple. He had no idea about the immensely complex structure of the cell, with its unfathomable DNA " computer program" in every nucleus, or the amazing microscopic "machines" that do all the work in its tiny factory. It is too bad that Darwin couldn't be here now to be amazed at the things Nobel Prize laureates have discovered since his dark age.

Here are just three of the hundreds of articles about the current prize-winners and their work:

Computer chemists win Nobel prize

This article features three scientists who put the latest and greatest computers to work in order to solve the incredibly complex nature of proteins and other biological structures.

I remember reading about IBM's "Blue Gene" supercomputer in 2000. It would be devoted to the study of one of the 40,000 proteins in the human body.

IBM computer to speed genetic studies

June 3, 2000 - During the next five years, IBM plans to build its "Blue Gene" computer which will be 500 times faster than any computer in use today. It will be devoted to the gigantic task of modeling proteins in the study of the genetic code.

Yet Blue Gene, 40 times faster than the combined speed of the 40 fastest computers in the world today, will run an entire year to produce an answer for one protein. That will be one down, 39,999 to go. Or thereabouts.

Source: Washington Post

Here are some other articles about the Nobel Prizes:

Higgs boson scientists win Nobel prize in physics

Thanks to these brilliant minds and the amazing new Large Hadron Collider in Europe, they have "captured" and identified the previously theoretical "Higgs boson" particle. A current article in Forbes Magazine explains that this illusive and invisible force causes the matter in the Universe to have substance, or mass. Because of its powerful unseen influence it has been given the popular name, "The God Particle."

I can't pretend to really understand such advanced knowledge in a specialized field, but it all points to a universe that is incredibly bigger and more complex than anything that could ever have happened by accident. All of this gives great credence to the more faith-oriented disciplines of Intelligent Design.

Cellular 'shipping' wins Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize for medicine or physiology was awarded to three scientists who discovered how cells precisely transport material. They identified "vesicles" that act like a fleet of ships transporting their goods to destinations.

"The billions of cells which make up the body are not empty blobs, instead they are packed with precise machinery. In order for a cell to function properly it needs the right materials in the right place at the right time."

Another thing I noticed was how many of the Nobel Prize winners are Jewish and/or Israelis. When I checked this out, I found an article in the Jewish Chronicle that declared this was A remarkable week for Jewish Nobel Prize winners. It explained that six Jewish scientists won awards and two others came very close. It went on to say:

An estimated 190 Jewish or half-Jewish people have received Nobel Prizes since they were first handed out in 1901.

Jews have won more than 20 per cent of the 850-plus prizes awarded, despite making up just 0.2 per cent of world's population.

I just want to say to all of these amazing Nobel laureates, "Thank you for your intellects and devotion to your work. And thank you for strengthening our faith in the God of Creation and His Word!"

Evidence Noah's Biblical Flood Happened, Says Robert Ballard

Dec. 11, 2012 - Robart Ballard, the famed discoverer of the sunken Titanic, recently turned his attention to the story of Noah's Ark. In the Black Sea, off the coast of Turkey, he used even more advanced robotic technology to explore an ancient shoreline some four hundred feet below the water.
By carbon dating shells found along the shoreline, Ballard said he believes they have established a timeline for that catastrophic event, which he estimates happened around 5,000 BC. Some experts believe this was around the time when Noah's flood could have occurred.
Source: ABC
Back to the Beginning - with Christine Amanpour - ABC

Noah's Ark: Dutchman launches scale replica of Biblical ship

Dec. 10, 2012 - A full-scale replica of Noah's Ark is now open to the public in the Netherlands. The project is the culmination of a 20-year dream by Johan Huibers.
The ark comes in at a whopping 130 metres (427 feet) long, 29 metres (95 feet) across and 23 metres (75 feet) high. It features life-sized displays of animals - including posed sculptures of tigers, giraffe, an elephant and bison
Source: Telegraph - UK

'Junk DNA' has a purpose, new map of human genome reveals

Sept. 7, 2012 - Only 2 percent of the human genome consists of genes. The other 98 percent was once thought to be "Junk DNA," fragments of the string that were previously thought to have no useful function. However, a new Encyclopedia of DNA Elements, or ENCODE project, has shown that this data is also involved in key biochemical processes.
The results of their efforts, published Wednesday in a series of papers in the journals Nature, Genome Research and Genome Biology, are being widely seen as the most significant contribution to understanding the human genome since the last sequence was completed in 2003.
Hundreds of scientists, working at at dozens of institutions in the U.S., U.K., Japan, Singapore and Spain were involved in the project. They have found that about 80 per cent of the human genome has at least one biochemical activity associated with it. One major function is to tell the genes when and where in the body they should turn on and off.
Source: CBC
ENCODE Project: Encyclopedia of DNA Codes
Gregory Koukl Interviews I.D. Leader, Stephen Meyer - Audio - MRCTV
Junk DNA: “The Darwinist bloggers are defending a ragged flag on a rapidly shrinking ice floe” - Uncommon Descent Blog
Has Francis Collins Changed His Mind On "Junk DNA"? - Evolution News (pro Intelligent Design)

A Tale of Two Scientists: What Really Happened 'In the Beginning'

July 6, 2012 - Two evangelical scientists, one a young-earth creationist, the other an evolutionary creationist, illustrate the latest debate about the theories of creation and evolution.

Darrell Falk was brought up in the Nazarene Church and accepted Christ when he was 4 years old. He considered Jesus his best friend, but starting with his junior high school textbooks showing evolutionary charts, he gradually drifted away from his biblical roots and was enamoured with the beauty and complexity of biology.

He and his wife attended a church that attracted young people in rebellion against their fundamentalist backgrounds. "Evolution was a side issue. They were questioning everything. Eventually there wasn't much left of the classical Christianity of my youth."
When his children were young he was drawn back into the Nazarene church, and eventually became a professor at their Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. His teaching was opoposed at one point by Dr. James Dobson, a graduate of the university, who accused him of destroying the faith of his students. Feedback from the students convinced the administration that this was an over-reaction.

Falk was influenced greatly by another Christian evolutionist, Francis Collins, the world-famous geneticist who headed the human genome project, and wrote the bestselling book, The Language of God. Collins founded BioLogos, an organization that espouses teaches "evolutionary creationism." Falk now serves as president of BioLogos.

The other scientist, Todd Wood, came from a Baptist background. He graduated at the top of his high-school class and went on to Liberty University in Virginia. He ready many books on creationism and became an expert in the field. He adopted the young-earth creation science theory espoused by John Whitcomb and Henry Morris in their 1961 book, The Genesis Flood.

Eventually Wood and a small group of biology grad students started work on "baraminology," an effort to identify the "created kinds" of Genesis 1. He has been heavily involved in the growing Internet phenomenon of creation science sites and discussion forums. He ia a professor at Bryan University.

Both men agree that there needs to be love and respect for the competing viewpoints of creation.
Source: Tim Stafford - Christianity Today
Evolution of the Debate: Divided on Origins - Christianity Today
Infographic: America's View on Evolution and Creationism - Christianity Today
The Origins Debate - Book from Christianity Today
The Creation Debate is "Evolving" - Ron's Blog
What Galileo's Telescope Can't See - Christianity Today

Scientist: Evolution debate will soon be history

May 27, 2012 - Paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey predicts that in another 15 to 30 years skepticism over evolution will be history.

Leakey is a professor at Stony Brook University on Long Island, but spends most of his time at the Turkana Basin Institute in Kenya where he welcomes researchers and scientists from around the world.

Now 67, Leakey is the son of the late Louis and Mary Leakey and conducts research with his wife, Meave, and daughter, Louise. The family claims to have unearthed "much of the existing fossil evidence for human evolution."
Source: USA Today
There is no new evidence cited in the article to validate Leakey's opinion.
Fraud and Forgery in Paleontology - Leakey's questionable practices are mentioned in this 2009 article by Jerry Bergman- Answers in Genesis

Evangelical Evolutionists Meet in New York

Mar. 31, 2012 - Biologos, founded by Francis Collins, director of the Human Genome Project, and author of the book The Language of God, convened a group of pastors and scientists to consider the scientific evidence for evolution. Forty-one pastors and parachurch leaders participated. They were not pleased with the news from the Barna Research group on what U.S. Protestant pastors believe about creation.
More than half profess a 6-day, 24-hour creation of life. Fewer than one in five, on the other hand, follow Biologos in affirming an evolutionary process as God's method of creation.
Some of the evangelicals who do evidently agree with Biologos are N. T. Wright, Alister McGrath, John Ortberg, Tim Keller, Scot McKnight, Os Guinness, Joel Hunter, and Andy Crouch.
Source: Christianity Today
The Non-Mythical Adam and Eve - Refuting errors by Francis Collins and BioLogos - Robert W. Carter - Creation Ministries International
Christianity Today's "Origins" Section
Ed. note: In our view, the Biologos position cannot be reconciled with belief in the inerrancy of Scripture.

Adam and Eve: Clarifying Again What is at Stake
Sept. 3, 2011 - Some postmodern teachers, like Brian McLaren, deny the literal interpretation of the creation story. Albert Mohler explains that this view is a rejection of a clear biblical teaching and the denial of the biblical doctrine of the Fall, leading to a very different way of telling the story of the Bible and the meaning of the Gospel. It also misses the essential point made by Paul in Romans, chapter 5.
Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man, and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all sinned—for sin indeed was in the world before the law was given, but sin is not counted where there is no law. Yet death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over those whose sinning was not like the transgression of Adam, who was a type of the one who was to come. But the free gift is not like the trespass. For if many died through one man’s trespass, much more have the grace of God and the free gift by the grace of that one man Jesus Christ abounded for many. And the free gift is not like the result of that one man’s sin. For the judgment following one trespass brought condemnation, but the free gift following many trespasses brought justification. For if, because of one man’s trespass, death reigned through that one man, much more will those who receive the abundance of grace and the free gift of righteousness reign in life through the one man Jesus Christ. [Romans 5:12-17]
Source: Albert Mohler - Crosswalk
False Start? Controversy Over Adam & Eve - Albert Mohler - Crosswalk

The Search for the Historical Adam
Jun. 3, 2011 - A new debate in evangelical circles revolves around the views of prominent atheist-turned-Christian Francis S. Collins. Having led the historic project of mapping the complete sequence of several billion DNA subunits in human genes, Collins was appointed director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Collins, one of the most eminent scientists ever to identify as an evangelical Christian, staunchly defends Darwinian evolution even as he insists on God as the Creator. And he now stands at the epicenter of a dispute that increasingly agitates fellow believers.
Collins believes that the genetic evidence suggest that modern humans emerged from primate ancestors as far back as 100,000 years ago, long before the apparent Genesis time frame. This goes against the biblical account that God directly created adam and Eve. It also questions the human species's unique status as made in the "image of God." In addition, it casts doubt on the Christian doctrine on original sin and the Fall, the genealogy of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke, and Paul's teaching that links the historical Adam with redemption through Christ (Rom. 5:12-19; 1 Cor. 15:20-23, 42-49; and his speech in Acts 17).

In his 2006 bestseller, The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief, Collins asked if Genesis might be presenting "a poetic and powerful allegory" about God endowing humanity with a spiritual and moral nature? He said, "Both options are intellectually tenable."

At the end of the article there is an appeal for leading evangelical thinkers in science and Scripture to jointly work out an accord. If not, this problem "could produce a huge split right through the heart of conservative, orthodox, historic Christianity."

Source: Richard N. Ostling - Christianity Today
No Adam, No Eve, No Gospel A position paper from Christianity Today
Feedback: “The Search for the Historical Adam” and Population Genomics- Dr.Elizabeth Mitchell - Answers in Genesis

Sin in the Double Helix

Mar. 18, 2011 - Prospective parents can now have their children's genetic structure tested to determine certain traits. One is the gene ACTN3, known as the "speed gene," which influences production of a protein involved in certain muscle activity. The test shows the child's predisposition for certain athletic qualities (or lack thereof). Thus a parent will be able to direct the child into the appropriate activities in life. Other genes give an indication of the child's predisposition to moral issues.
Lady Gaga sums it up best in her newest hit, "Born This Way": Whether you are alcoholic, gay, fat, liberal, promiscuous, or athletic, you can blame—or credit—your genes.
To some, genetic weaknesses lead us to an attitude of fatalism. But the Bible teaches that in a sin-corrupted world, all of us are born with a propensity to sin. Even the great Apostle Paul lamented "I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do, I do not do, but what I hate, I do. … As it is, it is no longer I myself who do it, but it is sin living in me" (Rom. 7:15-17).

The Bible teaches how to experience freedom from these weaknesses.

Source: Karen Swallow Prior - Christianity Today

Top scientists tell Scottish pupils: the Bible is true

Oct. 10, 2010 - A new creationist group in Scotland, called The Centre for Intelligent Design, is directed by Dr Alastair Noble, a Northern Irish professor of genetics, a vice-president of the Royal College of Physicians and a former school inspector. The group teaches the “scientific” theory of intelligent design, and holds to fundamentalist Christian beliefs, including a literal interpretation of the creation of Adam and Eve.
Source: Herald - Scotland
Centre for Intelligent Design

Meyer: Believing Life's 'Signature in the Cell'

Jun. 18, 2010 - Science philosopher Stephen Meyer has written a new book, "Signature in the Cell." It refutes the arguments that the theory of intelligent design is just religion and not true science. He shows that scientists now know that DNA is an incredibly complex code, far beyond what even the most brilliant computer programmers have devised.
Secular scientists often mock the simple faith of those who believe in an unseen God. But statisticians say the odds are impossible that this incredibly intricate, elegant code could ever just evolve.
Because of these odds, it takes much more faith to believe in chance than to believe in an intelligent designer behind this DNA code.
Source: CBN

In Seach of the 'God Particle'

Apr. 26, 2010 - Since last month the Large Hadron Collider, a huge magnetic accelerator underneath the Swiss-French border, has been succesfully operating. Scientists are analyzing the collision of billions of protons in hopes of discovering what might have happened during the "Big Bang" that they believe started our physical universe.
And a key part of the adventure in all this includes the search for the Higgs Boson, a theoretical particle that scientists believe is crucial to understanding how the universe functions. The Higgs has also been called the 'God Particle'.
Dr. Tara Shears, a particle physicist who is working on the Large Hadron Collider, says that if the tests do not find this particle it could be a serious blow to modern science.
Source: CBN

Ancient Primate Fossil Roils Scientific Community

Mar. 5, 2010 - Last spring, when Norwegian paleontologist Jorn Hurum unveiled "Ida," an unusually complete prehistoric primate fossil. He claimed that it was the missing link of human evolution, "a revolutionary scientific find that will change everything." The find was given the name "Ida" and the new genus and species name Darwinius masillae.

However, Blythe Williams, a visiting professor of paleontology at Duke University, and three colleagues, writing in a paper published this week in the Journal of Human Evolution, found no evidence that Ida represents a missing link.

Source: David Knowles - AOL News
The Link - Info about the book and the film
Why Ida fossil is not the missing link - New Scientist
“‘Missing Link’ Fossil Was Not Human Ancestor as Claimed, Anthropologists Say” - OneNewsNow

Molecular Machines Use Moving Parts

Jan. 19, 2010 - The latest research continues to describe molecular machines with moving parts: "'fingers' that open and close, ratchets that lock into place, and feet that move along tracks." The article is very technical, but this summary statement gives an idea of these amazing discoveries:
[L]arge structural molecules form machines with moving parts. These parts experience the same kinds of forces and motions that we experience at the macro level: stretching, bending, leverage, spring tension, ratcheting, rotation and translocation.
Source: Creation-Evolution Headlines

Why are young people leaving the church?

June 15, 2009 - Groundbreaking study says Sunday School makes exit more likely

Two-thirds of young people in evangelical churches will leave when they move into their 20s. But a new major study shows that these kids are "lost" in their hearts and minds in elementary, middle and high school – not in college as many assume.

According to Ken Ham, of the Genesis creation-science ministry, the problem stems from the fact that too many churches teach their kids, "The age of the Earth is not an issue as long as you trust in Jesus and believe in the resurrection and the Gospel accounts."

"Because of the way in which they've been educated," Ham said, teens come to believe "that what they are taught in school is reality, but the church teaches stories and morality and relationship. Bible teaching is not real in the sense of real history."
Ham and researcher Britt Beemer have written a a book on the subject, "Already Gone: Why your kids will quit church and what you can do to stop it."
Source: WorldNetDaily

Media blitz: 'We found missing link'

May 20, 2009 - Scientists have revealed a fossil called "Ida," a lemur-like fossil ," which they claim is the missing link in man's evolution. However, there is much debate about the find and what it really means. Ken Ham, president of Answers in Genesis, points to a line in the scientific report that shows there is uncertainty about the fossil.
"[The species] could represent a stem group from which later anthropoid primates evolved [the line leading to humans]," states the report, "but we are not advocating this here."
Jonathan Wells, author and biologist at the Seattle-based Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture, said this about the find, "There are many primatologists who already disagree with that interpretation and see this as a lemur."
Source: WorldNetDaily
Why Ida fossil is not the missing link - Opinion by Chris Beard - New Scientist

Secularist group posts 'Praise Darwin' billboards

Feb. 10, 2009 - The Freedom From Religion Foundation decided to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin with billboards that say "Praise Darwin - Evolve Beyond Belief." Darwin was born on Feb. 12, 1809. The billboards went up in Grand Junction, Colorado; Dayton, Tennessee; Dover, Pennsylvania; and Whitehall, Ohio.
Source: USA Today
'Praise Darwin' billboards spark counter-campaign - WorldNetDaily

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Questions And Links For Creation

These are some of the questions that are asked about this topic. Click on the links to find helpful teaching and resources from Christian Apologists.

How can one believe in science and the Bible?
Evolution or Intelligent Design? - "What If We're Right?" Radio program

What is "Intelligent Design"?
Evolution or Intelligent Design? - "What If We're Right?" Radio program

Hasn't evolution been proven to be true?

Was creation accomplished in six days?

What is the importance of Noah's flood?

Did dinosaurs live at the same time as humans?
Dinosaurs - Answers in Genesis
Dinosaurs and the Bible - Ken Ham - Answers in Genesis
The Paluxy River Mystery - John D. Morris, Ph.D. - Institute for Creation Research
Dinosaurs and the Bible - "What If We're Right?" Radio program

What about Neanderthals and other "Cave Men"?
Neandertal DNA and Modern Humans - Daniel Criswell, Ph.D. - Technical article from CRS Quarterly

Is it possible that the Earth is the only inhabited planet?

What does it mean that we can see light from stars that are millions of light years away?
How can we see distant stars in a young universe?


Creation Perspectives
Young Earth Creationism

Answers In Genesis
Extensive website reflecting the teaching and ministries of founder Ken Ham. Information is available about their "Creation Museum" in Cincinnati and Answers Magazine.
Creation Museum
Executive Director Ken A. Ham

Accuracy in Genesis
Scientific and historical evidence for Genesis and the Creation account

Centre for Intelligent Design

Creation Ministries International
Home of "Creation Magazine" and "Journal of Creation"

Creation Moments
Subscribe for a free daily email and link to their latest nugget of truth about creation!

Creation Superlibrary

Genesis Research
Scientific and historical evidence for Genesis and the Creation account

Institue For Creation Research (ICR)
ICR was founded in 1981 by Dr. Henry Morris, co-author of The Genesis Flood, which began the "young earth" concept. ICR Graduate School offers an advanced degree in science education. ICR publishes Acts & Facts magazine and the Days of Praise daily devotional, conducts a daily radio program, and maintains the Museum of Creation and Earth History in San Diego. Leadership is now provided by Morris' sons, John and Henry III.

Center For Scientific Creationism
Onlilne Book: "In The Beginning"

The Creation-Evolution Encyclopedia

The Creation-Evolution Encyclopedia

Creation Research Institute
Publishes CRS Quarterly, a peer-reviewed technical journal

Creation Science Evangelism - Kent Hovind/ Dr. Dino

Old Earth Creationism/ Progressive Creation

Reasons To Believe
Biblical creation teaching from the perspective that astronomy and other scientific disciplines prove that the earth and Universe are billions of years old. Dr. Hugh Ross is President and Director of Research.

Intelligent Design (ID)

Access Research Network
A non-profit organization dedicated to providing accessible information on science, technology and society, especially on controversial topics as genetic engineering, euthanasia, computer technology, environmental issues, creation/evolution, fetal tissue research, and AIDS.
Michael J. Behe
Phillip E. Johnson
William A. Dembski
Steven c. Meyer
Related Web Sites
Creation/science articles and videos

Creation Evolution Headlines
A treasure trove of articles about Creation vs. Evolution

Discovery Institute - Center for Science and Culture
Among other things, this organization supports research by scientists and other scholars developing the scientific theory known as intelligent design.
A Scientific Dissent From Darwinism

International Society For Complexity, Information, and Design


Stand To Reason
This is the website for "Stand To Reason" radio show and host Greg Koukl.
Intelligent Design

Lee Strobel - Investigating Faith
Intelligent Design

Skeptical Christian

General Discussion
Scientific Apologetics

Apologetics: A Reasoned Defense of Christianity
Southern Baptist – North American Mission Board

Koinonia House

Creation/Evolution Headlines

Lifeway Apologetics - Science

Steven C. Meyer aritcle about Harvard astronomer and historian-of-science,Owen Gingerich

Prophecy Central's Creation Section
Interesting connections between Creation, The Flood, and Prophecy

Creation Articles
Creation articles - Ron's Blog
Discovery Institute's Critique of PBS's Evolution
Molecular Machines and Irreducible Complexity
Research Papers - ICR

Creation Resources and Lists of Sites
Illustra Media - DVD/ Videos: The Privileged Planet, The Mystery of Life, ...
Creation-Evolution Encyclopedia
Dinosaur Adventure Land
Creation/Evolution Reference Database
Creation Science
Creation Science On The World Wide Web
Lambert Dolphin's Library: Science and The Bible
Yahoo ... Science and Religion/Creation vs Evolution/
Kids4Truth Multimedia presentation
Ooparts "Resources"

Creation Scientists
Current Creationist Scientists
Past Creationist Scientists

Flood Links
Center for Scientific Creation
ABC's Noah's Ark Movie
Lambert Dolphin's Library
Noah's Ark Search
The Search For Noah's Ark
BASE Institute - Bob Cornuke

Wikis With Creation Articles

There are a number of user-edited Internet encyclopedias, known as "wikis." These may be very helpful, but because of the input of multiple editors, they may be incorrect. Go to any of these wikis and do a search for "creation" or any other topic.

Wikipedia - General interest - May have non-Biblical point of view.
Young Earth Creationism
Intelligent Design

Theopedia - Traditional, evangelical, Protestant point of view.

Intelligent Design

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