Stories tagged with: creationismFound 6 stories matching your search criteria.
Displaying page 1 of 1 total pages.
Ancient extinction: Climate change or Noah's flood?NASHVILLE (BP) -- Research published in the journal Science ties an ancient mass extinction to global warming and predicts a similar doomsday scenario for modern humans if they don't curb climate change. But an evangelical paleontologist says the data researchers examined actually evidences Noah's flood.
There was an ancient mass extinction, said Kurt Wise, a paleontologist who teaches at Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, Ga. "But it was not only millions of times worse and quicker than [secular researchers] have modeled, it was an event God promised never to repeat." The fossil records under consideration "do not in any way carry a warning about global warming, but they do carry a warning about forgetting God." Read More
Fossils said to be 'at odds' with evolutionary theory
A cache of newly discovered fossils from an ancient human species, says a biologist associated with the intelligent design movement, underscores the inadequacy of materialistic evolution to explain human origins. Read More
MOVIES: Is Genesis scientific history?
Phil Boatwright recommends the upcoming investigative documentary "Is Genesis History?" from Compass Cinema, an evidence-based argument for the historical and scientific reliability of the biblical book. Read More
Ken Ham: Bill Nye series will reject true SaviorLOS ANGELES (BP) -- The upcoming Netflix talk show "Bill Nye Saves the World" will likely attack creationism and other matters of faith as damaging to scientific theory and study, apologist and creationist Ken Ham predicted.
"I am sure Bill Nye will see his new TV series as one where he can try to 'save the world' from those biblical creationists that he falsely believes undermine science/technology," Ham told Baptist Press. "I believe he will try to appeal to the millennials in particular that he is going to save the world from creationists. He also wants to save the world from what he believes is the most important issue of the day -- climate change." Read More
Creationists differ on use of term 'evolution'NASHVILLE (BP) -- Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham has voiced disagreement with a Southern Baptist seminary professor's claim that aspects of Ham's view on animal kingdom development should be labeled "evolution."
Ham and Kenneth Keathley, a professor of theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary who wrote two blog posts about Ham in late March, also differ on whether AiG's ... Read More
Length of creation days debatedNASHVILLE (BP) -- An article by a popular evangelical blogger arguing that the six "days" of creation in Genesis were not literal 24-hour periods has prompted discussion among Christians about the earth's age and whether orthodoxy necessarily entails believing in a young earth. Read More