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Sunday . . . A literal day of rest?
Literal days or millions of years?
We can go on and on debating about the evidence.
Facebook wars, YouTube comment wars, and . . . wear wars?
The Flood of Noah’s day was a global catastrophe that affected the whole earth.
The pain and loss of this world is a result of Adam and Eve’s sin, which ruined God’s perfect creation.
People “self-identifying” as something other than what they really are is nothing new. It’s been going on for a very long time.
Noah’s Ark did not look anything like the common representations of it!
The Ark didn’t save only eight people and a lot of animals . . . but also the promise of a coming Savior.
Instead of believing in beings who probably don’t exist, we need to trust in the One who made the heavens and the earth—the Creator God who
offers us salvation.
Many scientists who believe the Bible explain that the Flood provided just the right conditions for great sheets of ice to form afterwards.
The Bible teaches that we all come from the same two people, Adam and Eve.
No one really has “red” or “yellow” or “black” skin. We all
share the same brownish pigment; our bodies just have more or
less of it!
If God created everything “very good,” then why do so many animals appear designed to attack other
animals, or to defend themselves from attacks?
Dinosaurs are fascinating creatures, aren’t they? But how much of what we think we know about them
is actually true?
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