Feeding and getting water to animals is one the key points of contention when it comes to Noah's ark. Building off of last week's questions we delve into plausible, primitive, technology that would help make sense of this monumental task. Join us as we explore Noah's ark and the global flood..
It's one of the most asked questions. Isn't it impossible for Noah to fit all those animals on the ark? Of course it would be impossible for Noah to fit millions of species on the Ark. Join us as we explore this controversial topic.
There are so many questions surrounding Noah's Ark. How can 8 people build a ship that size? How can you fit all the animals on the Ark? How can you feed all the animals? How can a ship that size float? Join us as we explore the feasibility of Noah's Ark.
Can a doctor walk into a room and start the conversation with, "What we're going to do, is cut you open and pull out an organ."? Yes, but should they? Of course, not! They should explain how your body normally works, what's happening right now, and the consequence if left untreated. The same is true with the gospel. The good news doesn't start with, "You're a sinner, and if you don't repent, you'll be going to hell.". Today we explore how the gospel only makes sense when you include creation.
Evolutionists say that dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago. Based on this there should be no way we find any references to them in the Bible. However, creationists have been claiming dinos were walking with man 6,000 years ago for a while now. If that's true, where are all the dinosaurs in the Bible? Join as we explore this question.
Evolutionists are harassing baby ostriches to prove Dino to bird dogma... Astronomers wonder about astroid driving aliens who seeded the planet... Facebook attacks your 1st amendment rights... and finally, we design a machine with a metabolism... all on the 624.
With thousand of languages, huge technology gaps, and serious differences in how we look, can the Bible really be trusted? Is there an event in the Bible that explains all of these things? Join us as we explore Genesis 11 to help us understand all of these things.
When we look around us, it seems obvious that there are different races. We were taught for years that there were five of them, and each one had developed separately. Is this true? Does the science bear this out? Or do we see something different? Today we will start a two part series on the effect evolution has had on "race relations". Next week we will discuss what the Bible says about the "races" and how we should relate to one another.
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When we look at the Grand Canyon, and the rest of the world, we see layers of rock made up of sediment. Evolution says that all these layers took millions of years to slowly be laid down. Uniformitarianism says nothing has changed for millennia. However, when you look at the observable evidence you see a very different picture. We find evidence that this sediment had to have been laid down rapidly. This points to the bible and the global flood described in Genesis. Join us as we look at the observable (visual) evidence for the rapid deposition of sediment layers.
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What does the bible say about the global flood? Was it 40 days and nights of rain? Was that it? Did you grow up seeing little boats with animals stuffed in them?
Join us as we discuss what the bible says about the global flood. It was a year long cataclysmic event that changed the face of the earth forever.
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Today's podcast wraps up our three part series on 6 literal days of creation. We explore the theological disaster of compromising in Genesis chapter 1. Can you keep a consistent view of God while believing in millions of years? Does it change salvation through Jesus' sacrifice on the cross? Join us to find out this and more.
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In this second part, of my three part series, I take a look at old earth objections. Is there room in biblical creation for millions of years? Does the bible say that it took long periods of time for God to create? I examine some common arguments from old earth creationist, Hugh Ross.
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Did God really create in six literal days? Some say that they can see millions of years in Genesis chapter one. Do you? I tackle this controversial subject in a new three part series, starting, here, with the biblical reasons for 6 literal days.
Often times you hear things like, "Evolution has science and creation just has a book of fairytales". Is this true? Has science proven that God didn't create everything around us? Do we know, through scientific experiment, how everything around us came to be? Join me for this week's podcast as I discuss this important topic.
It seems innocent enough to pick and choose just a few things here and there in Genesis to not believe. We think if we hold on to Jesus everything will be fine. However, creation and Genesis are the foundation for almost all of the major doctrines in Christianity. Maybe it's more important than we think.
In this episode, host, Dave Napier explains the problem we are facing with our youth leaving the church, and the solution in Genesis. Listen in as he finishes up answering, "Why is biblical creation and genesis so important?".