Monday, 10 December 2007 05:00
This is the Creation Science resource that I had posted about earlier that for whatever reason did not post. I'm glad that I waited. I found some more wonderful resources on their site that I didn't know about earlier. My Creation Science resource for this week is Answers in Genesis. Since they can say it much better than I, here is a short synopsis of their ministry: Answers in Genesis is an apologetics (i.e., Christianity-defending) ministry, dedicated to enabling Christians to defend their faith and to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. We focus particularly on providing answers to questions surrounding the book of Genesis, as it is the most-attacked book of the Bible. We also desire to train others to develop a biblical worldview, and seek to expose the bankruptcy of evolutionary ideas, and its bedfellow, a “millions of years old” earth (and even older universe). Read more . . . There are so many resources on this site that I cannot possibly do it justice. I am going to list just a few of the remarkable gems you can find on this site, with a short description afterward. I have italicized the parts I pulled directly from…
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Saturday, 08 December 2007 05:00
A Christmas Memory from the Past One particular memory stands out above all the rest. This was when I was a very young child living in NH when my parents were still together. One of our Christmas traditions was to open one gift on Christmas Eve before we went to bed. This particular year my sister, brother, and I were somehow able to conjole our parents that night into letting us open all the gifts under the tree with the plea of "just one more!" after each gift we opened. The next morning when I got up early, I went in the living room to play with my toys, and I discovered another gift for me near the fireplace. It was a poster of Snoopy dancing with a bright pink background that my dad had put there after we had gone to bed. I don't remember my other gifts from that year, but I still have that poster to this day.
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Sunday, 02 December 2007 05:00
Well, I'm sitting here at my computer reading my favorite blogs and drinking my coffee in the new Christmas coffee cup my mom just gave me. In the background I hear my two oldest, and sometimes the youngest one, arguing about where to put the boxes they are getting out of the attic. I asked them to bring down all the Christmas boxes, as well as boxes containing clothes. I can't believe that here it is December 2nd, and I still don't have our Christmas decorations up. This has got to be the longest I have ever waited. Of course, I'm not sure why Aric and Arianna are arguing about where to put the boxes. I gave them both explicit instructions as to where they should be put: Christmas boxes into Arianna's soon to be new room, and clothes in front of our display case in our library. Seemed simple to me. Of course, Arianna wants to do things her own way, and in her own time. I figure I will let them argue, get the boxes down, argue more, and hope by the time I get up there that everything will be in it's proper place. It's hard to…
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Saturday, 01 December 2007 05:00
Sorry, I had this all typed up, and had it submitted, but there isn't anything there for some reason. I will have to redo the whole thing. Not sure why it did that. I had at first thought to copy and paste into another document, but didn't. I know better now. . . .
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Thursday, 29 November 2007 05:00
This is a wonderful resource for those that can't afford to buy all the books on creationism :) It's beneficial for research. It has lesson plans for teaching a variety of subjects, all from a 6 day creationist view. Some of the resources, just to name a few, are streaming videos, Q & A, Bible study tools, a kid friendly site, and so much more. It is now in several different languages. I could spend hours on this site and not see it all.
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