A Momentary Diversion…

For the last few weeks, we have been looking at the early days of the Creation Account of Genesis. For now though, for the next few posts, I thought I’d change-up the material some, just to give us all a bit of a break. Today, short and sweet, I want to share a few new pieces of work I’ve been putting together for some new projects.

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A Systematic Elimination, Part 2

To be clear, I’m certain that most educators do not possess sinister ambitions in regard to their pupils, nor do they have much choice in what they teach or how they teach it. That duty tends to lie in the hands of those above them, controlled by various boards and councils and governmental bodies.

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A Systematic Elimination, Part 1

Demographics unmistakably demonstrate that the newest generation is by and large rejecting belief in favor of materialistic interpretations. For others, indifference is the default option. This is an utter shame, responsible not only by those actively leading that generation away from the truth, but also by those believers who passively allow it to go on unchallenged!

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The Bias Against God, Part 2

The issue of bias against creation in mainstream journals, and even centers of higher-learning, is one of double-standards, where evidence that contradicts the mainstream notions of our origins are criticized or excluded from inquiry, while the flawed naturalistic model is accepted outright for its omission of the supernatural…

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The Bias Against God, Part 1

Research into the origins of life, indeed the universe itself, is not limited simply to secular investigations. In fact, several organizations have dedicated their efforts to studying the evidence for Biblical creation. It is within the volumes compiled by such institutions, rigorously tested and peer-reviewed, that a wealth of factual evidence for creation is derived. This research has shed new insights into our origins by closely examining cutting-edge fields including cosmology, genetics, and geophysics. You may question why, if the evidence for creation is so compelling, is it not frequently discussed in mainstream circles?

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The Nature of Scientific Inquiry, Part 2

To be honest, I do understand the position of the secularists in rejecting the supernatural for their own naturalistic models, as it is what they were trained to do, how they have been groomed as researchers. Indeed it’s their responsibility, as they see it, to present their version of the truth to the public at large. The result is a culture as we have today, whereby a belief in the Bible’s authority, indeed any belief in God, is becoming ever more marginalized and mocked. Though I understand their motivations, I cannot agree with their findings. The secular worldview and its researchers, even their very training, seem to inherently pit their views against any truth that may stand against that interpretation of reality, sadly blinding them, in many cases, to the exact nature of this world.

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The Nature of Scientific Inquiry, Part 1

My particular view of the world has always been shaded by a certain degree of analysis and contemplation. From childhood onward, I constantly sought knowledge in some fashion or another, and largely, that has not changed. The difference now is found in my perspective. Whereas before I was ravenously seeking new insights from secular sources and absorbing every new piece of information the “trusted” scientific community released, now I have discernment and, dare I say, a degree of wisdom in such things.

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