Can Scripture Be Trusted? | This Week at ICR #95

First Up: TREES AND LEAVES: CREATION KIDS ACTIVITY PAGE Trees and most plants use sunlight to make their own food in a process called photosynthesis. This word is the combination of “photo,” which means light, and “synthesis,” which means putting together. Since humans and many animals eat plants, photosynthesis is very important for life on Earth! … More Can Scripture Be Trusted? | This Week at ICR #95

When Bats Dine Out at Night

APOLOGETICS James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. Bats are mysterious, marvelous mammals of prey. Prey-chasing bats hunt for “fast food” using echolocation, a perfect illustration of continuous environmental tracking. Let’s look at seven critical factors and real-time challenges of a bat employing sound to locate and capture its food. Continued at Source: When Bats Dine … More When Bats Dine Out at Night

God’s Gift of Speech

Evolution is so flexible! It can be fast1 or slow.2 It can go forward or backward.3 It can add or eliminate structures—such as the alleged loss of parts of our voice box (larynx). Apparently, it can do anything that secular researchers need it to do… Continued at Source: God’s Gift of Speech

Altruistic Birds Embarrass Evolutionists

Why are evolutionists surprised to learn that birds are intelligent, careful, and very caring? Birds communicate among themselves, use tools, and often demonstrate altruism (unselfishly caring for others)—sometimes risking their own welfare to care for a neighbor in need.1 Yet, if evolutionists would take Scripture seriously, especially Genesis, they would not be surprised, because Christ bioengineered … More Altruistic Birds Embarrass Evolutionists

Sturgeon and the “Latest Therefore Greatest” Fallacy

The Chesapeake Bay, the world’s largest bay, continually confuses evolutionists, but not so Atlantic sturgeons, who periodically spawn in that bay’s tributary rivers.1 Why? Erroneous assumptions about Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrhynchus), compounded by the “latest therefore greatest” fallacy, are at least partly to blame. READ MORE > > >

Christian Courage Is Imperative

Courage was a character trait I heard a lot about growing up, primarily from my dad but also teachers, and even on television. I saw courage to do your duty in Combat! and quiet, principled courage portrayed in The Rifleman, as well as brave characters in other programs. Source: Christian Courage Is Imperative

Evolutionary Acceptance and Misinformation

A recent study claims that a majority (54%) of Americans now accept as true the statement “Human beings, as we know them today, developed from earlier species of animals.”1 Unfortunately, given the increased secularization of American society, this increased acceptance of evolution may well be real. Nevertheless, it’s remarkable that, despite decades of attempts by the … More Evolutionary Acceptance and Misinformation