Latest Articles by Dr. Georgia Purdom

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    O Holy Night
    Dec. 28, 2010

    I thought today I would share with you the words (at least the first verse) of my favorite Christmas song. It almost never fails to bring tears to my eyes when

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    Christmas Memories and My Mom
    Dec. 23, 2010

    Christmas is one of my favorite times of year. I decorate a lot—lighted garlands around the windows, the Christmas village around the tree from pieces I have

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    American Atheist Christmas Campaign
    Dec. 21, 2010

    The title of this blog seems rather paradoxical. Why would an organization that doesn’t believe in God have a campaign promoting a Christian holiday? Well, when

  • Blog
    Thrilled About the Ark
    Dec. 16, 2010

    As many of you know AiG has announced plans for Ark Encounter, which will include an Ark built to biblical proportions. When I told my daughter Elizabeth about

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    Evolution on the Web for Kids
    Dec. 14, 2010

    A few weeks ago I blogged about my happiness that there were no new “evolution toys” at a website that promotes evolution for kids. However, the site continues

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    The First Christmas Town
    Dec. 9, 2010

    For all my readers, I hope that you’ll be able to visit the Creation Museum at this special time of year when we present our free outdoor nativity and light

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    I Get Email from Compromised Christian Leaders
    Dec. 7, 2010

    A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog about a new translation of the Bible known as the Common English Bible (CEB). There are numerous problems with this liberal

  • Blog
    No New “Evolution Toys”—Yeah!
    Dec. 2, 2010

    Last year I blogged about a website that sells evolution-themed toys and apparel for children. I decided to revisit the site this year and see if they were

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    It’s Official—I’ve Blogged 100 Times!
    Nov. 30, 2010

    Well, it’s official. This post marks the 100th post to my blog! It’s hard to believe I’ve been “blogging” for almost a year. Initially I thought it would be

  • Blog
    Are We Taking the “Thanks” out of Thanksgiving?
    Nov. 25, 2010

    A few days ago as I was watching the morning news, they advertised a special story that would be covered over the next few days on the evening news. I thought,

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    Responding to the Critics in West Virginia
    Nov. 23, 2010

    A couple weeks ago, I had the privilege of speaking at the “I Am Not Ashamed” conference in Charleston, West Virginia (see No Atheist Protest But Time Well

  • Blog
    A Look at a New Bible Translation
    Nov. 18, 2010

    I was browsing through a small catalog that came from a local Christian bookstore and noticed several advertisements for a new translation called the Common

  • Blog
    Train Up A Child
    Nov. 16, 2010

    Proverbs 22:6 states, “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” This verse ran through my mind as I read the

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    “Whether we like it or not, biology simply means evolution.”
    Nov. 11, 2010

    The quote in the title of this blog post was the concluding sentence of an article entitled, “The Devolution of Evolution” in the science news magazine, The

  • Blog
    No Atheist Protest But Time Well Spent With One Atheist
    Nov. 9, 2010

    Last Thursday, I was working from home on my newest research project on stromatolites, when I received a call from our Director of Outreach, Steve Ham, asking

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    1 Peter 3:15, Yom, and Jonah—What’s the Connection?
    Nov. 4, 2010

    One of the things I enjoy hearing most from other staff at AiG is how they came to work here. So I thought I would share my story.

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    A Moment of Science?
    Nov. 2, 2010

    The other day, I was traveling for a research study visit for my cochlear implant, when I noticed the car in front of me had a bumper sticker that read, “What

  • Blog
    Good Meetings in Tennessee
    Oct. 28, 2010

    Last weekend, I was privileged to attend the Fall Women’s Conference given by Kay Arthur at Precept Ministries International. We studied the book of Ruth in

  • Blog
    How Do You Imagine God?
    Oct. 26, 2010

    As I was looking through the USA Weekend insert in the Sunday paper a few weeks ago, I noticed the religion column was entitled, “How do you imagine God?”

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    Sometimes He Calms the Storm, and Sometimes He Calms Me
    Oct. 21, 2010

    Several Sundays ago, a couple at my church performed a song with this title. I really liked the song but had never heard it before, so I looked up the lyrics

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    Sunday School Curriculum Woes
    Oct. 19, 2010

    I was recently asked by my church if I would like to be in charge of choosing curriculum for the children’s Sunday school classes. I immediately answered,

  • Blog
    Answers for Women Webinar and Chat A Success!
    Oct. 14, 2010

    Thank you to all the women (and a few men) who participated in the webinar and chat this past Tuesday. We had approximately 200 women from 17 states (even

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    How Could A Loving God Not Save My Parents?
    Oct. 12, 2010

    Last week, after I spoke in the museum, a couple approached me in the bookstore to ask about resources for a young girl they knew. They told me she was sixteen

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    Creation College 3—Still Impacting Lives
    Oct. 7, 2010

    Earlier this week, I met up with some attendees from the Creation College 3 conference we hosted in 2009. I went to the museum bookstore to make a purchase, and


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