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2.17.18  Creation in Isaiah. Part 20

2.17.18 Creation in Isaiah. Part 20

February 27, 2018

Prophecies in Isaiah chapters 49 and 50 speak of the creation of a body for the coming Servant. The meaning of the Hebrew idiom "opened My ear" is discussed.

2.10.18 Creation in Isaiah. Part 19

2.10.18 Creation in Isaiah. Part 19

February 15, 2018

The prophecies of Isaiah chapters 44 and 45 are witnessed by Jeremiah who describes them in Jeremiah 4:19-27. He lives through the destruction of Jerusalem. The Creator then explains He will save His people for His own sake.

2.3.18 - More Soft Tissue in Fossils, Part 2

2.3.18 - More Soft Tissue in Fossils, Part 2

February 15, 2018

Creation Matters report on soft tissues found in the "Messel Pit" fossil site.  In this program we discuss the discovery of preening oil still preserved in the unfossilized oil gland of a bird--oil that is just like the oil found in birds today.

1.27.18 - More Soft Tissue in Fossils, Part 1

1.27.18 - More Soft Tissue in Fossils, Part 1

February 14, 2018

Creation Matters reports on soft tissues found in Sea Turtle and bird fossils. Amazing fossils found in Germany's "Messel Pit" site said to be 48 million yrs old by evolutionists  add more reason to question evolutionary dating of these artifacts.

1.20.18 - Creation in Isaiah, Part 18

1.20.18 - Creation in Isaiah, Part 18

February 14, 2018

Chapter 45 has much to say about the Creator. The Lord identifies Himself to Cyrus (long before he's even born) as the Creator and the One who raised him up to conquer the world. Isa 45:18 (a "Gap Theory" proof text) is also discussed.

1.13.18 - Creation in Isaiah, Part 17

1.13.18 - Creation in Isaiah, Part 17

February 14, 2018

In chap 44 the One who claims to be "The Lord, King of Israel, Redeemer, Lord of Hosts, first and last" (v 6) challenges anyone to do what He has done.

1.6.18 - Creation in Isaiah, Part 16

1.6.18 - Creation in Isaiah, Part 16

February 14, 2018

The Creator makes a gracious promise to His people.