Today, I had to make a left turn from a two-way street. There was a car coming towards me, so I quickly analyzed how fast he was goingl, how quickly he was going to reach me, and whether or not I had the time to turn before he reached me. The conclusion I came up … Continue reading Light Has to Be Fastest
Flying insects use all sorts of creative methods to get from from point A to point B. About 54.5 million to 37 million years ago, at least one species of beetle was using wings that looked like helicopter propellers to get around, Science News reports. (Source: Prehistoric Beetle Had Wings Like Helicopter Blades - Mental Floss) … Continue reading A Thang With Wangs
Despite Bill Nye’s hostility to the Gospel and those who are spreading it, I praise God for the opportunity He gave to AiG to share the Good News with him, and for the world to see how Christians should treat those that oppose them.
The largest timber-framed structure in the world just received an unlikely visitor as Bill Nye “the Science Guy” made an unscheduled visit to the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky on Friday. Visitors were treated to a two-hour impromptu debate as Ken Ham graciously guided Nye on a personal tour through all three decks.
The Ark Encounter, which opened to the public on July 7, 2016, is an amazing representation of the historical Noah’s Ark- what it may have looked like, how it could have been built, and how feasible it would have been for Noah and his family to care for all the different kinds of animals that would have boarded during the year-long global flood.
Several weeks ago Ken Ham publicly invited Bill Nye on a personal tour, and Nye accepted. The fact that he accepted is both interesting and encouraging. You could say that Bill Nye is Ken…
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A couple days ago, Bri the Missionary in the Making challenged me to join her in a photo challenge that she found on Blogger. As soon as she said my name and photo in the same post, I was in! 😀 Today's prompt word is Intricate, so I immediately thought of nature (which I almost capitalized... thanks … Continue reading Photo Challenge, Day 1
I hope that the reblog I posted last week made you really think about what you believe, and helped you see what you don't. Today I'm going to repost one of my own blog posts from a while back, a poem. This summed up what I believed and still do. I hope you enjoy it and that … Continue reading The Truth is Unchanging
Welcome to part two of the first day of my trip! Today we explore the amazing Florida Caverns! During our guided tour through the Florida Caverns, my dad and I expected to hear that they were the result of "millions of years". But surprisingly, we didn't! Not once! The guide said, "A long time ago." … Continue reading Tallahassee Trip: Day 1, Part 2
"Can that doctrine [evolution] be accepted as scientific when its author admits that we cannot apply it 'without deterioration of the noblest part of our nature'? On the contrary, civilization is measured by the moral revolt against the cruel doctrine developed by Darwin." -W. J. Bryan William Jennings Bryan stood up against the teaching of … Continue reading Our Moral Revolt