Wednesday, December 29, 2010

The Origin of Earth's Radioactivity

Walt Brown, Ph.D., has added an important new chapter to his online book where he offers his theory on "The Origin of Earth's Radioactivity". Brown bases his theories on scientific evidence as well as biblical history. This particular chapter is something that he's worked on for more than a decade. From a young earth perspective, not only does this chapter explain the errors behind radiometric dating and why radiometric dates give old ages, it shows the gigantic power of the flood and some of its dramatic human consequences.

In more than thirty ways, the chapter tests and contrasts Brown's theory with the standard explanation. You can read the new chapter beginning here.

A few young earth creationists have made great efforts to explain these old radiometric ages. Their study produced many contradictions and failed to answer the key questions that needed to be answered. The voluminous final report concluded that some strange, unknown physics was involved or that God performed a miracle. Of course, God has performed miracles, but unless the Bible specifically mentions them, miracles should not be invoked to solve our scientific problems.

In the Beginning, Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Trash Mountain Project

For those of you looking for a holiday charity, please consider giving to the Trash Mountain Project.

Trash Mountain Project - Trashed in Cambodia from Trash Mountain on Vimeo.

You can find much more information on the project here. Brett Durbin spoke about this project at our church today. You can hear his first hand account at this link under the sermon audio dated 12/19/10.

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

A couple friends of mine made a great observation after viewing the second video above:

Macie: The line to see Jesus was at 1:38 in the video. Jesus ain't in a plastic manger.

Boone: Macie, I agree with your observation about it being at 1:38 in the video. The line to see Jesus was the line of homeless people and people in need at the Soup Kitchen, waiting for their needs to be met by Christians who have Jesus living in them.

In fact, a Soup Kitchen is probably just where Jesus would have been, serving the poor and hanging out with them, rather than at White-Person-Mall with Becky Kelley (the singer).

It's too bad that Becky Kelley, the adorable white kid who keeps disappearing, and the director were too busy complaining about no lines to see Jesus that they didn't actually see where it really was.

If you watch, Becky Kelley just walks right by the Soup Kitchen and keeps on singing about "Where's the Line to See Jesus?" Right infront of you, you idiot!!! Quit singing and look to your left!!!