Archive for the 'Education' Category

Can Theistic Evolutionists and Biblical Creationists Have a Dialogue?

That was the central theme of the conference I presented at last week titled, “Exploring Origins: Nazarenes in Dialogue.” The conference was held on the campus of Point Loma Nazarene University and was co-sponsored by BioLogos. I grew up …

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Galapagos Islands: A Different View Has Arrived!

I am very excited that my new (and first) book has arrived at the Answers in Genesis warehouse. Here is a picture of the books on shelves in the Creation Museum bookstore.

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The book was truly a labor of love. …

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Bill Nye, Texas, Al Jazeera, and Me

I’m sure you’re wondering what this seeming array of mismatched terms has to do with each other! A couple weeks ago they all came together in a forum on the creation-evolution debate in Texas that aired on Al Jazeera America. …

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A Blast from the Past

Evolutionists seek to “place a chimpanzee in the manger, a gorilla on the cross, and a monkey in Joseph’s tomb.”

A few weeks ago, my Dad was sorting through some old papers that had belonged to his parents and came …

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Do Your Kids Know the ABCs? (And I Don’t Mean the Letters)

A few weeks ago, I received this testimony about AiG resources from Kathy, a senior pastor’s wife in Nevada.

I really want to encourage you, Dr. Purdom, and the work you are doing with Answers in Genesis. We, at Calvary

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The Golden Rule According to Whom?

At the end of the last school year, my daughter’s public school took part in an anti-bullying campaign.The cover of the short workbook they completed in class intrigued me. Here is a picture of it.

When I read it, I …

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Is South Korea Removing Evolution From Public School Textbooks?

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine who is a fellow creation scientist residing in South Korea sent me an email explaining that certain “iconic” examples of evolution were going to be removed from South Korean public school biology …

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Telling Truth or Fiction? My Visit to the Tellus Science Museum in Georgia

A couple weeks ago, while visiting Atlanta, my friend Janice (a high school science teacher) suggested we visit the Tellus Science Museum, just north of Atlanta in Cartersville, Georgia. You can imagine the fun that two scientists/science educators have in …

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Commencing in Atlanta

This past weekend it was my privilege to be the commencement speaker for the graduation ceremony at North Cobb Christian School in Kennesaw, Georgia. (Sorry I don’t have any pictures for the event but I didn’t think they’d appreciate the …

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Answers in Genesis and Libby’s Journey to Atheism

As I was perusing an atheist blog site the other day, I came upon a post by a young woman named Libby explaining how she became an atheist. The first paragraph of her “testimony” caught my eye.  She writes,

My

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