Scripture On Creation is offering the annual complimentary "God's Creation Calendar." How to get one is explained in the program. Another amazingly well preserved dinosaur has been unveiled. It's being referred to as a "dinosaur mummy," yet, incredibly, evolutionists claim it's 110 million years old!
In this program the bizarre creatures described by the prophet in Ezekiel chapter 1 are discussed. The faces of four different creatures: Man, bull, lion and eagle are significant because of what they represent in the order of creation.
Psalm 19 is a well known "Creation Psalm," and careful reading shows us that David was not only thinking about how the heavens glorify God, he was talking to his Creator. In this Psalm the universal nature of the testimony of the heavens is explained.
Psalm 19 is a well known "creation psalm," however, it generally isn't thought of as a prayer. But as we have defined prayer for this series, since David does address the Lord--identified quite specifically as Creator--in this meditation, Dr. Scripture discusses this wonderful 2 part Psalm glorifying the Creator.
Dr. Scripture took part in a conference that featured presentations from old earth and young earth creationists. This is the second of two programs that discuss issues related to the differences of opinion on this subject.
Dr. Scripture took part in a conference that featured presentations from old earth and young earth creationists. In the next two programs, issues related to differences of opinion are discussed.
Dr. Scripture addresses questions from listeners: Did nephilim help Noah build the ark? how did racial features come about? Do birds have a diaphragm? The Little Blue Herons (mother and young) in the photo may look "dinosaurlike" but that's where the physiologial similarity ends.
The discovery of a mummified horse (dated using C14 to be 42,000 years old!) has astounded researchers because of its extreme preservation. The significance of the specimen, and evolution vs. creation explanations for the origin and "development" of horses are discussed. (Photo taken from LiveScience.com April 18, 2019)