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Creation: Believe It or Not
Sunday, May 30, 2010

Throughout this series, John has demonstrated the inability of science to answer the key questions of origins. Scientists tacitly admit that reality when they change or adapt their evolutionary theories to fit new evidence. They call it being honest with the facts; for answering metaphysical questions, we call it a foundation of quicksand.

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Can You Study a Miracle?
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Maybe it’s the legacy of 150 years of evolutionary theory; or maybe it’s the basic human need to find an authority source in the vacuum of secular society. Whatever the reason, science is way out of its depth when it comes to questions of origins.

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Science: Insufficient for Metaphysics
Sunday, May 23, 2010

Philosophical naturalism, because of its materialistic and anti-supernatural presuppositions, is utterly incapable of offering any answers to metaphysical questions. So, why do scientists continue to transgress the limitations of their discipline?

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Evolution Is False Religion
Wednesday, May 19, 2010

There is a kind of science out there—evolutionary science—masquerading as a reliable, objective guide to the truth. But strip away the white lab coat, turn the microscope around, and make the subject the object of your study. Guess what you’ll find? It’s just another false prophet proclaiming his false religion, evolution.

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Chance vs. God:
The Battle of First Causes

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Secular evolutionary theory abandons God as the first cause, replacing Him with chance. But, what is chance? Where does chance get the power to bring everything we now see into existence?

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Faith and Science, Falsely So-Called
Thursday, May 13, 2010

As Christians, we should never be intimidated by dogmatic naturalism, nor should we imagine legitimate science poses any threat to the truth of Scripture. Christians must stand firm on the clear meaning of God’s Word, trusting the Creator, and opposing every new theory of falsely-so-called science.

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Uniformitarianism, Part 2
Monday, May 10, 2010

Scripture expressly condemns uniformitarianism in 2 Peter 3:4. Peter prophesied that this erroneous view would be adopted in the last days by scoffers—men walking after their own lusts—who imagine that "all things continue as they were from the beginning of creation." The apostle Peter goes on to write, "For this they willfully forget: that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of water and in the water, by which the world that then existed perished, being flooded with water" (vv. 5–6).

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Uniformitarianism, Part 1
Friday, May 07, 2010

The hypothesis that the earth is billions of years old is rooted in the unbiblical premise that what is happening now is just what has always happened. This idea is known as uniformitarianism. It is the theory that natural and geological phenomena are for the most part the results of forces that have operated continuously, with uniformity, and without interruption, over billions and billions of years. Uniformitarians assume that the forces at work in nature are essentially fixed and constant. Scientists who hold this view explain nearly all geological phenomena in terms of processes that are still occurring.

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Ex Nihilo Nihil Fit
("Out of Nothing, Nothing Comes")

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Either there is a God who created the universe and sovereignly rules His creation, or everything was caused by blind chance. The two ideas are mutually exclusive. If God rules, there’s no room for chance. Make chance the cause of the universe, and you have effectively done away with God.

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Evolutionary Trinity
Sunday, May 02, 2010

John Ankerberg and John Weldon point out that matter, time, and chance constitute the evolutionists' holy trinity. Indeed, these three things are all that is eternal and omnipotent in the evolutionary scheme: matter, time, and chance. Together they have formed the cosmos as we know it. And they have usurped God in the evolutionist's mind. Ankerberg and Weldon quote Jacques Monod, 1965 Nobel Prize-winner for his work in biochemistry. In his book Chance and Necessity, Monod wrote, "[Man] is alone in the universe's unfeeling immensity, out of which he emerged by chance. .. . Chance alone is at the source of every innovation, of all creation in the biosphere. Pure chance, absolutely free but blind, [is] at the very root of the stupendous edifice of evolution."

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