The Hole That Cannot Be Filled

The last year of college was meant to be easy. A lighter load was planned with a schedule that permitted many trips to the Blue Ridge. I was nearly done with aerospace engineering. Most of the hard things were past and the nearby mountains beckoned. A year in a commune… Continue reading

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Mermaids and Meteorites

Teaching seventh and eighth graders about biblical creation is one thing, but hearing and answering their questions after the classes shows where they are. The unlimited energy and raw thought at these ages makes for unrelated and quick inquiries at first glance, but not really. The dominant naturalistic world view… Continue reading

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Questions on Creation

I had question after question on biblical creation from children on my last visit to the Philippines. Since I have returned, it is the same. I have had people in the US stand around telescopes and I heard the same questions. A week ago I had impromptu observing with children… Continue reading

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Soil, Posture, and Marriage

Does it seem odd to consider soil, posture, and marriage in the same breath? Consider good soil in a garden. How does it get that way? How can a garden produce good fruit? A lazy glance at a garden that looks lush and productive might invite a comment about how… Continue reading

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