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luvoatmeal wrote:Wow Jubilee,
Very good post with very good thoughts and verses. Another thought that I have pondered after hearing a Pastor ask it - if I were in a court of law on trial for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict me?
Thank you so much for giving me, along with what I read in my Bible this morning, lots to think about as I go on my walk this morning.
Pinkrose - thank you for referring Letha to the Answers in Genesis website. We absolutely LOVE their materials, and have many books and VCR's by Ken Ham and his colleagues. My younger son is an avid reader of Creation Science materials and has read so much on the subject he is a regular walking encyclopeida on it.
I may come back later for a visit, but right now I've got to get out the door.
MattN wrote:Good morning everyone,
I'd just like to ask for your prayers for boldness today - I'm planning on meeting one (possibly two) of my buddies today that I haven't seen in a couple years. I've been back home (California) for a couple weeks and this will be the last chance I get to see them before I head back to Wisconsin (where I go to school). Neither of my friends have a relationship with God, and I want my life and words to be a powerful testimony to them. That's all, thanks!
luvoatmeal wrote:Hi pinkrose,
He is almost 19 and is the science and computer geek in the family. He is very shy and quiet, but waxes eloquent if engaged in a Creation/Evolution conversation.
Have you read Darwin's Black Box by Michael Behe, or The Long War Against God by Dr. Henry Morris? They were a little too complex for me (I only got about 1/2 thru both of them).
We are blessed to be near the Institute for Creation Research Museum and go there once a year. It is under new ownership and they have made many improvements. ICR is now in Texas I believe but the museum is still here.
Anyway, thanks again for the links and I'll have my son check them out. He has been busy with a Physics course this summer, but today was the final exam so he'll have more time now to do fun stuff.
pinkrose wrote:I have not read the books you mentioned above, Luv. While I am very interested in the creation-evolution discussions, this is not my major interest. However, I am glad that your son is becoming a scholar in regard to this. I am also grateful for the many resources we have on the Internet for combating our enemy.
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