Flowing Stone and Buried Life

I had a conversation with a person recently. I made a comment about the worldwide Genesis Flood. He laughed at the reference to my referring to its occurrence 4500 (or so) years ago. Even the concept of a 6000-year-old earth got a reply of “ridiculous.” So, here we are looking… Continue reading

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Who is God and Who am I?

One of the questions that children ask is, “Who is God?” Almost every answer leads to a second question, “Who made God?” The answer has to be good enough for this little boy in Cambodia, my friends in the Philippines, or a person on a street in any city. Why?… Continue reading

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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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