I Am a Young Earth Creationist

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    This is from my own blog entry here on experience project: I will start off fairly simply. I intend to Show how opposing viewpoints are flawed, leading invariably to a single conclusion: God must exist. I will do it with science this time. I will begin with Darwinism (the...
    VincentValentine VincentValentine
    31-35, M
    1 Response Oct 21, 2011

    Life Science Conclusions 2 .

    An organ is a complex structure of different types of tissues and cells, all of which work together to perform a specific function such as seeing, hearing, digesting, or pumping. (Shown are a few of the amazing human organs: eye, ear, stomach, heart, skin, and brain.) A system...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Dec 3, 2014

    The Validity of Thought 1 .

    If life is ultimately the result of natural processes or chance, then so is thought. Your thoughts—including what you are thinking now—would ultimately be a consequence of a long series of irrational causes. Therefore, your thoughts would have no validity, including the...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Nov 12, 2014

    Why I'm A Young Earth Creationist And How I Came To Doubt Darwin's Dogma

    I'm not a Young Earth Creationist, the evidence for evolution is overwhelming. Here are (a few) transitional fossils for you folks. ;) Apes - humans Most ape-like at the top (though in a technical sense, humans are still considered apes). Images and diagrams of the fossils here...
    DaMan0110010 DaMan0110010
    2 Responses Oct 10, 2012

    Strange Planets 1 . Many undisputed

    observations contradict current theories on how the solar system evolved (a). One theory says planets formed when a star, passing near our Sun, tore matter from the Sun. More popular theories hold that the solar system formed from a cloud of swirling gas, dust, or larger...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Dec 17, 2014

    The Validity of Thought 2 .

    By destroying the validity of ideas, evolution undercuts even the idea of evolution. “Science itself makes no sense if the scientific mind is itself no more than the product of irrational material forces” (b). . A related issue is the flexibility and redundancy of the human...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Nov 20, 2014

    Molten Earth? 1 . For more

    than two centuries, textbooks have taught that the early Earth was molten for 500,000,000 years, because it formed by meteoritic bombardment (a). If so, the heat released by the impacts would have melted the entire Earth many times over (b). Had Earth ever been molten, dense...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Jan 21, 2015

    Life Science Conclusions 1 .

    When Darwin published The Origin of Species in 1859, the “evolutionary tree” had only a few gaps. Believers in his new theory thought that these gaps would be filled as scientific knowledge increased. Just the opposite has happened. As science has progressed, these...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Nov 26, 2014

    Why the Big Bang Never happened: http://www.

    EvangelistTeen EvangelistTeen
    16-17, F
    3 Responses Jun 8, 2014

    How I Came To The Conclusion That God Exists Through Science

    The following is my long and carefully thought-out story of how I changed my mind about the existence if God, and how I ended up concluding that Jesus Christ is the Son of the Almighty God. Anyway, here goes; Basically, I didn't. I was raised a Roman Catholic by my mother and...
    Aboogah4Jesus Aboogah4Jesus
    Oct 10, 2012

    Life Science Conclusions 3 .

    Before 1977, it was thought that sunlight provided the energy for all life. We now know that some organisms, living at widely separated locations on the dark ocean floor, use only chemical and thermal energy. For one energy-conversion system to evolve into another would be like...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    1 Response Dec 10, 2014

    Strange Planets 2 . According to these

    evolutionary theories: . Backward-Spinning Planets. All planets should spin in the same direction, but Venus, Uranus (c), and Pluto rotate backwards (d). . Backward Orbits. Each of the almost 200 known moons in the solar system should orbit its planet in the same direction, but...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    1 Response Dec 24, 2014

    Earth: The Water Planet 2 .

    Did comets or meteorites deliver Earth’s water? Although comets contain considerable water (b), comets did not provide much of the Earth’s water, because comet water contains too much heavy hydrogen, relatively rare in Earth’s oceans. Comets also contain too much argon. If...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Jan 14, 2015

    Strange Planets 3 . Is Pluto a Planet?

    . In 2006, after years of internal debate, 4% of the members of the International Astronomical Union (IAU)—those meeting in Prague—to no longer call Pluto a planet. Instead, they said voted Pluto is a trans-neptunian object (h). . The IAU had no jurisdiction to change the...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Dec 31, 2014

    Earth: The Water Planet 1 .

    The amount of water on Earth greatly exceeds that known on or within any other planet in the solar system. Liquid water, which is essential for life to survive, has unique and amazing properties; it covers 70% of Earth’s surface. Where did all Earth’s water come from? . If...
    Pahu Pahu
    70+, M
    Jan 7, 2015
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