Great Sermon! This is an awesome podcast!!! I love all the scientific stuff.
It's like I asked my chemistry teacher, "How did the Big Bang Theory supposedly happen if they can't make it happen in labs." Kind of unrelated but related
Yup I grew up on Georgian bay and my father was always a amateur fossil hunter/collector from his young adulthood. He had started out believing in evolution and after decades of this interest and study he is entirely convinced of 7-day creation and flood story. There are incredible fossils through the area, beach rock along Collingwood and craigleith....fun memories :) I'm not here to say anything remarkable, just backing up the claims for the area as best I can :) and proud to hear it mentioned lol
Interesting and to-the-point I was amazed at the huge amount of attention the Ken Ham v. Bill Nye debate received. I watched the full debate and was honestly disappointed in it, mostly due to the fact that Bill Nye through out way too many claims and Ken Ham did not have near enough time to sort through them.
My brother and spent hours discussing possible rebuttals. For example Bill Nye mentioned the TV program in which the face of murder victims can be re-created using only skulls, therefore we should trust scientists who do this with ancient fossils supposedly recreating prehistoric men? But how can CIA recreate faces? By observing thousands of similar cases and making deductions. Obviously, there are not thousands of ancient photographs we can compare with thousands of skeletons until we observe trends and patterns needed to recreate ancient men from fossils.
There was just no way to condense all the refuting needed into 5 min blocks.
I was so glad to find that my favorite apologetic's podcast had done a series with the scientific answers to Bill Nye's claims. These podcasts were interesting, to-the-point and easy to understand. I highly recommend them to all.
Great Sermon! Hey, I just got an email about your message on Myworldview and myworldview can be stupid on my phone.
The ultrasound didn't shoe anything, so they're probably going to have to do more tests. Thanks for your prayers. :) I promise I'll let you know when I find something out.
Great Sermon! That worm story is awesome!!!
I love science. (Real science not evolution science.)
I've seen pictures of the trees going through layers.
Oh and I watched part of the debate last night and Bill Nye showed the Grand Canyon. Were the foot prints that he showed those of the "walking fish" footprints?
Thankful for This Thank you so much for bringing helpful material for apologists. My 14 year old asked me how to answer Bill Nye. I am purely a self-taught apologist and a presuppositionalist. I would not be drawn into this kind of debate about fossil records, others are more qualified. But I told him that I would immediately turn the tables and say, alright I grant your point "for the sake of argument" we will say that world is billions of years old. How does that help you Bill? You have to assume so much even to have this discussion. That time and chance acting on matter can account for cognition, intelligence, affection, or feeling. You implied - Mr. Nye - that germs and disease are problems, but given your theory they are merely part of the process and a germ is only a problem if you place a value judgment upon it. But your worldview cannot account for value judgments. Mr. Nye kept saying he wanted to study the universe to find answers about himself, if we are all alone, and other "religious" ideas, but given his world view - even those questions are irrelevant. Everything is only relevant if it has some standard outside of itself. And his worldview can't account for any such objective or moral standard.
Great Sermon! Hey, I really hope you're going to post a picture of the fish swimming through layers. I believe it happen, but I can't find a picture when I Goodsearch it.
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I just thought that would interest you. I use it to help St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital cause I am broke and a teenager, but I like helping people.
Anyways, I would love to see a picture and maybe a list of good (preferably cheap) books on the subject...
Thanks. Love your podcasts!!!
Great Sermon! Legal abortions aren't safe anyways. Hello, Kermit Gosnell. There are websites with lists of hundreds and hundreds of women who have died from legal abortions.
Also, lots of women would never have had abortions if it wasn't legal.
The 5-10 thousand number was made up anyways. There is a quote that admita that much.
Great Sermon! You don't have to dig very far in the Bible.
Psalm 139 has an excellent pro-life passage.
John the Baptist lept in the womb.
If a woman gave birth prematurely because of a man, he was punished eye for ete, life for life tooth for tooth. That passage is taken so far out of context by people because some translations interpret it as miscarriage instead of giving birth prematurely. They say, "Ha!! God only punishes if something happens to the mom!!!" So not true.
I am so passionately pro-life. Not just on abortion either. Also on things like euthanasia/ physician's assisted suicide.
Ooh that would be a good series because Washington or something has legal assisted suicide now and that debate is heating up.
Great Sermon! The back alley abortion thing is false anyways. The back alley referred to the door they entered to the clinic. The same doctors performed abortions before and after Roe vs. Wade.
And about the rapists, you can respond with more women are hurt by abortion after rape than those who give birth to the child and either raise him/her or give him/her up for adoption.
Sorry, but I just had to make those statements because you were talking about about. Great podcast.
Great Sermon! I'm 2 minutes in and I WANT TO HEAR YOU'RE GLOBAL FLOOD PODCAST!!!
Lol jk. Seriously though I want to hear it.
I still haven't heard the debate, but I am enjoying your commentary so far.