First of all, we want to thank everyone for all the support we have received over the last few days since we began this blog. It is greatly appreciated and we look forward to bringing you more content over the next few weeks as we build towards full release. Probably the most obvious tenet … Continue reading Our Beliefs
In honor of the one year anniversary of the In His Image blog, I've recorded a video discussing the topic of whether evolution is a religion. Hope it is beneficial to you and I hope to continue with In His Image for many more years to come. Is Evolution a Religion?
One of the most frequently touted evidences for evolution is the geologic column. Evolutionary science textbooks routinely tout this construction as evidence for evolution. This article will focus in the geologic column and attempt to clarify what it is, and whether it is evidence for evolution or not. The Geologic Column is the term for … Continue reading Geologic Column
Its been a few weeks since we last examined a day of creation. I've been writing about some topics that came up as part of a discussion with several evolutionists instead. However, this article resumes our series on the days of creation. Today we will be discussing the fourth day of creation. The fourth day … Continue reading Creation Day 4
I read an article some time ago on the website of the science magazine Live Science which I immediately saved for future use in the blog. The article discusses a jellyfish graveyard left in Death Valley by a large body of water. The article of course claims that the stranded jellies were left there 540 million years … Continue reading Jellyfish Graveyard
Recently I published an article on the concept of missing mutations. This article apparently triggered evolutionists because it led to more activity on my twitter page than I usually get in a month. As part of the annoyingly character limited debate that ensued, one of the evolutionists I was debating attempted to force the fixity … Continue reading Fluidity of Species
It is very rare that the articles I regularly post on twitter attract much attention. I get the odd like or comment but twitter as a platform is not my primary source of viewership. However, recently my article on the missing mutations touched off something of a firestorm. For context, read the article here. As part … Continue reading Tetrachromatic Vision
During one of my recent articles I mentioned the concept of Pangea. The has been promoted by evolutionary scholars as an explanation for why very similar species are found scattered throughout the earth. Some creationists, particularly those of the old earth variant, have also accepted the idea, since they also reject the literal interpretation of … Continue reading Pangea