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May 28th, 2009 | Author:

To be creationist or to adhere to creationism does not make one “unscientific”, but rather asserts that one understands that God created the laws of the universe that science is the study of. A creationist believes that there is a harmony between scientific evidence and the scriptures since both speak of God’s works.  This creationist site deals with the scripture primarily and secondarily how it relates to science.

There is information regarding the Book of Genesis, Intelligent Design, faith and a community section which provides a means of registration and additional resources. The Word is truth and therefore the point of origin and standard for anything we need to know anything about, including the origin of things created.

Intelligent Design theory has done much to demonstrate the fallacy of evolution.  Behind and beyond this movement is the wonder of nature itself in it’s magnificent complexity.  All of our understanding of the subject of God’s creation is meaningless if we do not come to know the Creator Himself. God’s most wonderous work is the one He will do in you when you know and accept His plan of salvation.

April 20th, 2009 | Author:

One doesn’t have to look too far in this magnificent world around us to see clear evidence of God’s creative power. Take the simple butterfly, it starts as a caterpillar and through metamorphosis wraps itself in a covering and emerges as a winged animal.  Through this process it has completely dissolved and reconstructed its internal organs; and yet it is just a simple butterfly.

Most people intuitively know that a process which utterly transforms an organism like metamorphosis could not have come about gradually because it is required for the very existence of the organism. If a chicken requires an egg in order to reproduce itself than the egg can’t come about over millions of years of evolution for the chicken would have no way to bring about progeny in the process. This is axiomatic and obvious; you have to be an evolutionary scientist to think otherwise. The Bible explains it this way;

For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
Romans 1:20

It is not that Darwinian evolution provides a more compelling explanation of the complexities of life around us that it is so popular; it is that it provides an explanation that can remove God out of the picture. In a Christian nation like the United States we cannot afford to take God out of the picture. We as Christians have to band together and assert our right to worship as we please, to have our children educated in a manner that is befitting Christians and to be represented by a government that will allow us to enjoy the blessings of liberty that God has provided.

There is no excuse according to the Bible for those that would endeavor to take our liberties away and force their materialistic ungodliness upon us.  But we as the majority will continue to be pushed around by the minority until we take a stand.  We cannot afford to be without God’s blessing upon our nation.

Ah Lord GOD! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee:

Jeremiah 32:17

The same God that created the heavens and the earth wants to bless every aspect of your life. Let us come together in seeking God’s blessing on His creation and boldly proclaim our desire to put Him first in our lives, our schools and our nation.

August 09th, 2008 | Author:

Creationism is a broad “blanket” term covering a number of distinct beliefs, all of which agree that the Book of Genesis gives an account of the origins of the material world.  Some believe the Genesis record is “Symbolic” or “figurative” and some take a “literal” approach.  What is meant by literally is usually that they have the proper understanding of exactly what the Bible says.  Amongst the most literal of the literalists is the Young earth proponents who believe that the earth was created in six days (see elsewhere for a discussion of the problem with the “6 days of creation” argument.)  This idea lumps the first two verses of Genesis into the first “day of creation” assuming that God originally created the heavens and earth “without form and void” and then proceeded to do further creative work to the world in the balance of day one and the other “days of creation”.   They attest that since the earth was created in six literal days and we can trace lineage figures in the Bible since Adam, that the earth is thousands (not millions or billions) of years old.  In doing so they disagree with carbon dating findings and place the fossil record of dinosaurs and other extinct species in the time prior to the flood of Noah.

Phillip Johnson has made a valid and important point in showing that the creationist fight is not amongst believers, regardless of their dating of the origin of things, but with the evolutionary materialists and the evolutionary creationists (same thing.)  But truth is truth and so some time is spent here disscussing issues with the young earth concepts and authors.  It is done however with the attidude of lively discussion anoungst the household of believers and not to cause division within the Body of Christ.

August 09th, 2008 | Author:

The simple truth from the scriptures is “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth”. The majority of Americans believe this to be true, in fact 75% of Americans consider themselves Christian (of one type or another).  A recent Gallop poll (2008) showed only 14% of Americans believe that God had no play in man’s creation.  But despite these overwhelming statistics the schools that our children attend teach  materialistic atheism.  Our universities and science labs are so godless that to mention God and science in the same sentence amounts to vocational suicide.

Hey we are all after the same thing, we all believe we are honestly searching for answers to important questions, why all the animosity and hostility?  In The God Delusion Richard Dawkins says some pretty nasty things, among these that God is “…petty, unjust, unforgiving, control freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty, ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevent bully.” So this is Darwinism at its most vehemently evil point.  And this book is a best seller!

As surely as there is a God and He sent His son to give us life more than abundant, there is a thief, the devil, who wants to rob it from us.  And he has been doing a pretty good job, with all the technology, etc. available in this time our quality of life (time for family and friends, expendable wealth…) has gone down.

 But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him:

neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

1 Corinthians 2:14

 The materialistic mind (those in science without a knowledge of God) CANNOT know or understand spiritual matters.  All they can see is natural causes, so naturally (forgive the pun) thoses are the only causes that make sense to them. This is the real issue with naturalistic materialsm.  So when some materialist cals you a knuckle draggin, religious, son of a @#&@%*#%… just smile, they can not help themselves; they are blind to the greatest most majestic part of life, shut off from the true wonder of nature.  But we are not and that is what we will be exploring here.

July 07th, 2007 | Author:
Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD… 
Psalms 33:12

The Constitution of the United States did not provide for separation of God and State, but church and state, and did so to protect our citizens from those that would try to restrict our worship of God.  It is God that created the heavens and earth not religion or the church.

George Washington stated:

“It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and Bible.”

Despite what anyone says the US is a Christian Nation and our forefathers established it on Christian principles.

 Declaration of Independence.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”