Regarding My Academic Training

Right after the Bill Nye-Ken Ham debate on February 4, 2014, I received some condescending communications from opponents, calling into question my academic training, especially my PhD. Since this is not the first time this has happened, I decided that …

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A Code of Ethics for the American Atheists

Over the years the American Atheists have been having some serious problems with social behavior at their national convention. So they have developed a code of conduct for the 2014 conference. It is interesting to observe the things they tolerate …

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Compromise in Christian College

About 8–12 times per month I give a lecture in the museum for guests who want to hear it. On Saturday I gave one of my most common talks, “Is Genesis Relevant in Today’s World?” which explains mainly from Scripture …

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Sharing Answers in Rockford, Illinois

Friends,

This past weekend, I spoke eight times in Rockford, Illinois.

We had about 60 at the middle school for a church plant outreach on Saturday night. Probably half were teens, several of whom thanked me—and most of them came …

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Trip to Russia and Albania (January 2012)

Friends,

I recently returned from a very busy 17-day trip (January 13–30) to Russia and Albania, speaking on creation (almost always through a translator).

In Russia, I spoke 10 times at a seminary in Samara for a conference on creation …

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Global Warming and the Totalitarian Scientific Inquisition

An enlightening July 20th blog on global warming by Melanie Phillips, a British journalist, reveals inadvertently what creationists are up against in the battle for truth over the question of origins. I’ve interspersed comments about creation and evolution into her …

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Atheist Student Warns People Not to Attend My Seminar

Tomorrow I drive to northwest Indiana to do a seminar at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Hebron (http://www.answersingenesis.org/outreach/event/6949/). I will speak six times before coming home on Tuesday.

For the first time in my ministry experience, someone has written

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Dr. Mohler, BioLogos, and Respect from Evolutionists

Here’s an enlightening article on the problem of trying to be acceptable to and respected by the scientific establishment (which is controlled by atheist evolutionists): http://www.bpnews.net/BPnews.asp?ID=34515.

Dr. Mohler (president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is absolutely right. Compromise with …

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Pastors and Missionaries Get In-depth Teaching

Last week at Northland Int’l University in frigid, snowy northern Wisconsin, first I and then Dr. Jason Lisle each gave 14 hours of lectures to 34 men and a couple of women in full-time ministry. Most of them were pastors …

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Grand Canyon Fruit

A few days ago, I got an encouraging email from one of the OT professors on the Grand Canyon trip last year. I had asked all the men on that trip to share any ways that they have been helped …

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