Man and the Habitat

Where we think we came from governs where we think we are and where we believe we will end up. Those basic assumptions come from our world view. They drive how we see and conduct life. Have you ever experienced abandonment? Do you know what it’s like to suffer or… Continue reading

Kinds from the Beginning — Not SSMM

Kinds from the Beginning — Not SSMM. A little girl and boy go to class. Around the fifth grade they begin to be introduced to old or ancient history as well as some sort of introductory science. The vast majority of secular books from this grade level and up say… Continue reading

Creation Magazine Publishes Article on the Author of “A Study of God’s Creation”

The story of the article began several years ago when Roland was beginning to share biblical creation by observing the heavens with a home school support group. A few years later he was invited to speak at a conference in the Philippines, but declined to be the primary speaker, suggesting… Continue reading

Autumn’s Touch by the Creator’s Hand

Seasonal changes in middle latitudes are periodic and filled with variety. We are observing the arrival of Autumn in the Appalachian Mountains in the eastern US. It is my 70th year on earth, and I remember some of the same seasonal changes when I was less than a decade old.… Continue reading