We were fortunate enough to watch the new creation documentary Dismantled over its free weekend last week. As such, we thought it was appropriate to review the film here. It has its good and bad points, but overall, its is a solid addition to any creationist’s library.
For those who are unfamiliar with the term, it is in reference to the fact that life tends to be easily categorized. We have fairly obvious groups; fish, birds, bacteria, mammals and so on. Evolutionists like to tout this as evidence that all organisms arose from a common ancestor. However, there are deep flaws in this idea; flaws we will explore today.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-p9px3-eedfcd Host Emory Moynagh walks through the first three chapters of Genesis to illustrate just who has the issues with … More
We tell time in various units. Minutes, hours, days, weeks, years. Of those, days and years are set by the solar system. A day is defined as one earth’s rotation on its axis, not by a day and night cycle of the earth around the sun as some of the old earth advocates would like us to believe.