In the last episode I showed you how the first and second verses in Genesis are not only scientifically inaccurate but that they are so far removed from modern scientific thinking that anyone defending this position either does so out of ignorance or clever rationalization. I demonstrated that when interpreting Genesis within it’s proper historical context and within it’s original… Read more »
Creationist have an enormous uphill battle in trying to get their version of origins accepted by the scientific community. For starters, I have yet to see a single creationist put forth a prediction that could prove creationism. All I see is piggy backing on the work of real scientist, cherry picking data and misinterpreting the findings. And that is just… Read more »
I had originally intended for episode 30 to be part two of I Apologize but after looking at the teleological argument and the argument from personal experience, I was satisfied with its conclusions and I have taken William Lane Craig up on his offer and accepted Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior…nah, not really. I actually covered these… Read more »
Ancient people didn’t have the advantage of the scientific method to understand their world. They relied on observations, magically thinking and imagination. Creation myths are very common and most cultures have their own version with some common themes. In this episode, we are going to look at a handful of creation myths that could be taught in schools as counters… Read more »
Are we born with the stain of sin? Are we cursed because Adam made a poor decision? Are we filthy sinful creatures? Find out in this weeks C-Webb’s Sunday School!
“It’s Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve!” Or is it? Today, we dissect the Adam and Eve story found in Genesis Chapter Two. Join me for another C-Webb’s Sunday School.
I take on the creation myth found in the first chapter of Genesis in this weeks’ Sunday School.