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  Back by popular demand, I bring you this pictorial Christmas song quiz.  Some are really easy, some are challenging.  I've added a few new ones since last year.  These are my own personal creations.  (If you get stumped, you can see the answers here.)       Warning... this is a tough one!                                     ... Continue Reading

Hollywood has once again produced a movie using a biblical theme as its premise.  Before I share any of my concerns with the production, I will convey a few positive aspects.Overall, I felt it was very well produced.  Great filming and very professional CGI (computer-generated imagery).  The viewer is greatly aided in imagining what it might have been like to live during those times, making it more real than just some alleged “story” from a mythical book.  I could... Continue Reading

On February 4, 2014, there was an historic debate between Bill Nye “the Science Guy” and Ken Ham, President of Answers In Genesis. The topic up for discussion was “Is creation a viable model of origins in today’s modern scientific era?” In this article, I respectfully offer my own personal post-debate commentary.  General Comments As a matter of background to this event, I want to clear up a common misconception. Many viewers assumed that it was decided to have an epic debate regarding cr... Continue Reading

Ever since the introduction of the "Big Bang" theory (not the TV show, the scientific theory about the origin of the universe), scientists have been in search of evidence to confirm their theory.  As an aside, Sir Fred Hoyle, who was one of the world's leading astronomers and an atheist for most of his life, when he first heard of this new theory regarding our universe’s beginnings, utterly rejected it and sarcastically called it the “Big Bang” and the name stuck!  And now you know… the rest of ... Continue Reading

Scientists have recovered some blood from a wooly mammoth very recently according to an article on FoxNews (May 29, 2013). According to secular scientists, these creatures became extinct anywhere from 10,000 to 15,000 years ago. What is of particular interest is that the blood was so fresh that it flowed freely from the creature. The flesh was also reddish, resembling fresh meat. This is a big surprise to those who accept theses extinction dates, but not that surprising if mammoths indeed met t... Continue Reading

When prominent people make statements, the general public tends to believe what they say, because of their celebrity.  Recently, Bill Nye (from the popular PBS children’s television show “Bill Nye the Science Guy”) posted a video on YouTube in which he railed against creationists and the teaching of creation to school children.  I briefly addressed a number of his comments in the Question of the Month (for Sep 2012), so rather than writing a separate article for "In t... Continue Reading

  “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil.” (Isaiah 5:20) That pretty well sums up the movie. Any questions? Alright, I’ll offer a bit more detail.   Last week my wife and I went to see the new Noah movie.  I was certainly curious to see it first-hand, but I also felt an obligation to do so, especially considering how many people wanted me to write a review. I am not at all interested in supporting Hollywood, but I would feel uncomfortable in offeri... Continue Reading

I’m guessing the title of this article got your attention. The actual news title that got my attention was “Scientists to Clone Woolly Mammoth in Five Years”. When we think of Mammoths, we generally associate them with the Ice Age, living in a world fairly different than our own. This is partially true, but certainly not to the extent that evolutionists would have us believe. According to evolutionary beliefs, there have been over 30 ice ages, some of them dating back as far a... Continue Reading