A Best Kept Secret: Graveyards of the Genesis Flood

The southwest US has been dry for centuries. That dryness has preserved beautiful scenery of a catastrophic time: the Genesis Flood. Contrary to popular opinion and numerous state or federal signs that adhere to millions of years of slow change, the evidence of magnificent canyons, huge uplifts, and crossed layers… 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

A Little Volcano’s Touch

Within two days of the January 12, 2020 eruption of the Taal volcano, which is well within 50 km of our mission station at a Philippine ministry near Cabuyao, Laguna, there were ‘cries’ on the internet about its meaning. Some reports made the leap to link it to other eruptions,… Continue reading

Dinosaurs and the Flood

Fascination with dinosaurs is common, even among children in the Philippines. Questions about when they existed, why we don’t see them, and what happened “back then” is a part of many conversations in which I have participated. Just a little dinner among some young men at the site of a Philippine… Continue reading