Contributers

 

Even an agnostic questions Grand Canyon

John Hinton January 24th, 2011

Standing at the base of the Grand Canyon and concluding that the multiple bands that line the canyon walls are products of millions of years of sedimentation is just plain illogical. I spent a couple of weeks wandering through the Grand Canyon when I was in my early twenties. I was alone and was not given one of the government-sponsored propaganda tours, but I had been told the same pseudo-science concerning the Canyon and its origin throughout my government school indoctrination program, beginning in elementary school. I was puzzled by it then, but far more puzzled when I looked at it in person.

Do ancient calendars contradict the Bible?

Creation Today January 21st, 2011

Calendars of ancient peoples help to confirm the biblical time frame. They point to a 6,000-year span, which is consistent with a literal reading of the Bible.

Why don’t creatures today look the same as pre-flood fossils?

Creation Today January 19th, 2011

Q: I was talking to my brother who believes evolution, and I explained the fossil/flood theory. He asked a very good question, which I wasn’t prepared to answer. He said, ”If this flood theory is correct, shouldn’t there be fossils from all other animals which we know today?”

Bacteria as a Hard Drive

Eric Hovind January 17th, 2011

Saw this article on Holy Kaw:

Save a Stork

Eric Hovind January 14th, 2011

Just watched a video that blew me away. I have had the privilege of standing in front of an abortion clinic, asking women to reconsider the decision they are making.  This concept immediately grabbed my attention and I wanted to share it with you.

Name-Calling vs. Fact

Eric Hovind January 11th, 2011

It is amazing to me how many times discussions with Evolutionists turn into arguing matches and lead to a lot of illogical name-calling. Tactics will turn ad hominem very quickly.  This is how a typical argument goes:

Did dinosaurs turn into birds?

Dr. Kent Hovind January 10th, 2011

Some textbooks say, “Birds are the descendants of dinosaurs.” They claim that although dinosaurs are extinct, their evolutionary child is the bird. They print this stuff in children’s books.

A lesson from biscuits

Dr. Kent Hovind January 5th, 2011

Have you ever been hungry? Suppose, in your hungered state, you come to my house and ask for something to eat. You’d likely be upset if I offer you a cup of flour, a spoon full of salt, or a spoon full of baking soda. How about a half of a cup of Crisco, chased down by a cup of buttermilk to drink? Surely, that would taste terrible! Maybe you’d be happier if we mix them all together and make biscuits. Now that’s more like it!