Truly the “fool” has said in his heart that there is no God. The following was posted by a self-proclaimed atheist named Rick. Once an unbeliever says this, the debate is over. They lost.
One of our recent visitors to The Creation Store was Maryann Stuart. She has spent the past four years helping out as a volunteer at the 7 Wonders Creation Museum in Silver Lake, Washington, and earned her Masters from the Institute of Creation Research in 2007. But, most of the time, she works as a Research Associate in Arcadia, Florida, with the Creation Adventures Museum, and assists Dr. Gary Parker there. Our bookstore supervisor, Brenda, had a good time brainstorming with Maryann for some insight on displays and other relevant scientific information.
This past Friday marked the first “official” event that we’ve had in our newly remodeled Creation Store. We’ve spent the last several weeks knocking down walls, painting, rearranging and setting up new displays so that we could have enough space to host fun events like this.
We are so excited about a new resource that will be available very soon. It is the first book of a new series called ”Creation Kids’ Club.” The illustrator of this book Amy Webb won second place in our T-shirt design contest last year and, through that connection, we have been working with her to produce some creation resources for children that are the best ever done! Take a peek behind the scenes as I see what our Social Media Manager, Social Steve, has been working on to let people know about the book.
Richard Dawkins, heralded as the world’s most famous atheist, just denied being a full-blown atheist. In a conversation at Oxford University with Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams, Dawkins makes the claim that he does not consider himself to be an atheist, but instead an agnostic.
Tonight I watched a couple of TV specials on organic farming versus Genetically Modified (GM) foods. I have heard quite a bit about both the negative and positives of GM foods and find myself fascinated with the topic. The scientific breakthroughs that have made it possible to take an isolated gene of an animal or insect and splice that gene into a plant is a really neat science experiment all by itself and, while I don’t have all my questions answered concerning GM food from the special, I did find myself feeling incredibly connected to the idea of growing my own food. Farm after farm, I watched as people picked, dug up, and harvested beautiful fruits and vegetables that grew in their own soil. I couldn’t help but think that, from the beginning of time, God has given man the great blessing of working in the dirt. Remember, Genesis 2:5 tells us that God put man in the Garden of Eden to dress it and keep it. W-O-R-K is not a four-letter word with a negative meaning. Work was part of God’s original plan; it was not part of the curse, despite what you and I might want to believe.
This past weekend, God gave me the opportunity to speak in Enterprise, Alabama, at County Line Baptist Church. For this trip, I was privileged to take my second daughter, Angie, along. My brother, Kent, also came to videotape some of the meetings, and Daniel Johnson was there to help me with the book table.
“I can’t believe she just said that.” Those are the words that came out of my wife’s mouth at the end of a PBS documentary on sharks. To be honest, I was surprised she even sat there and watched it with me. She typically leaves the Nova and Discovery Channel programs to me while she goes and does something a little more productive.
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