It's your turn to do the dishes
Geologic layers of the earth, in no way, prove an enormous age for the earth. The sedimentary layers are very much like this stack of plates.
The octopus has three distinct layers in its skin, and each layer contains remarkable tiny elastic sacs of red, yellow, and blue coloring.
Test out your moon brain
You can see it almost any night from just about anywhere on Earth. There it is: The Moon. But what do you know about the moon?
Get this book: Our Created Moon
The book, "Our Created Moon," by Don DeYoung and John Whitcomb discusses four main theories suggested for a naturalistic origin of the moon.
Where did the moon come from?
Where did the moon come from? The most widely-accepted naturalistic theory is the "Giant Impact Theory." A theory that is full of nonsense.
Blowing up the moon
In the early 1990s a scientist advocated blowing up the moon.
How we named our One One Coffee roasts
The Our One One Coffee roasts were chosen to honor some of the bigger things the Lord created.
Where do comets come from? It's a mystery.
Comets are icy snowballs which circle the sun in long, elliptical orbits.
Rapid petrification of wood
How long does it take to petrify wood? Most museums and books tell us that it takes millions of years to do so. However, time is not the hero of the plot. Conditions are much more important.
Evolution invented over forty separate versions of vision
Did you know that, according to evolution, a complex eye like yours - with a lens and retina - originated at least five separate times?
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