Creationism Archive

Darwin’s Dilemma – Day 1

On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes Drs. Stephen Meyer and Jonathan Wells to discuss the Cambrian explosion, one of the most spectacular events in the history of life. In a short window of geological time, an abundance of new animals arose fully formed without evidence of any evolutionary ancestors. Darwin viewed this phenomenon […]

Are Behemoth and Leviathan Dinosaurs?

Behemoth (Job 40) and Leviathan (Job 41) are frequently referenced as evidence that the patriarch Job lived alongside such dinosaurs as brachiosaurus and kronosaurus. Is this fact or fiction? First, it is important to recognize that Job serves as a literary polemic*, a written indictment, against the gods of ancient Near Eastern mythology. Not only […]

How Do Progressive Creationists Deal with the Problem of Natural Evil Prior to Adam?

Progressive creationists* believe that animal suffering and death existed for millions of years prior to the creation of Adam and Eve. Thus the question: isn’t natural evil, like moral evil, a consequence of human sin? First, old-earth progressive creationists see natural catastrophes and carnivorous animals as part of God’s “very good” creation. As such, they […]

Is Animal Suffering a Consequence of Adam’s Sin?

I cannot persuade myself,” wrote Darwin, “that a beneficent and omnipotent God would have designedly created [the Ichneumonidae] parasitic wasps with the express intention of their feeding within the living bodies of caterpillars.” This conundrum ultimately led Darwin to dispense with the notion of a Creator God. In reality, however, Adam—not the Almighty—bears responsibility for […]

Is This a Young World After All?

Many Christians consider the universe to be relatively young. But is it really? While special revelation (the Bible) does not specifically address the age issue, general revelation (the book of nature*) provides a veritable host of clues. First, the reality that nothing travels faster than the speed of light and that billions of light-years separate […]

Why Is Creation ex Nihilo Theologically Significant?

Although creation ex nihilo has been compromised, confused, and contradicted, nothing could be more certain, correct, or theologically significant. Why? Because the doctrine of creation out of nothing (ex nihilo) implies God’s necessary existence, underscores his divine freedom, and exhibits his divine omnipotence. First, creation out of nothing bolsters the notion of God’s necessary existence […]

What Are the Three Great Apologetic Issues?

There are three great apologetic issues—origins, resurrection, and biblical authority. Chief among these is the issue of origins. First, how you view your origins will determine how you live your life. If you suppose you are a function of random processes, you will live life by a wholly different standard than if you know you […]

Justified Creationism, and Q&A

Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:   Hank’s Monologue: Hank debunks the notion that creationists are bigoted ignoramuses and evolutionists are intellectuals by delineating many well-respected scientists who were also men of faith. Questions and Answers: What are your thoughts on those involved in the Strange Fire conference who seem to lump […]

Neo-Darwinism, and Q&A

Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics:   Hank’s Monologue: Hank shares his thoughts on the many problems inherent in the Neo-Darwinian paradigm. Hank relates his own struggle with creationism as a boy and how at the age of 29 he finally embraced a Christian worldview. Questions and Answers: Can you clarify your […]

Is There Evidence That Humans and Dinosaurs Walked Together?

Maybe you’ve seen it on the Internet, the popular claim that human footprints have been discovered alongside dinosaur tracks in the Paluxy Riverbed of Glen Rose, Texas. It is argued that these footprints in stone prove that the world is six thousand years old and therefore dinosaurs existed contemporaneously with human beings. Intensive scrutiny, however, […]