Flat Earth vs Creationism – A Biblical perspective

This article was originally published at https://creationtoday.org/flat-earth-vs-creationism-a-biblical-perspective/

Are Creationists “Flat Earthers”?

While probably most creationists would answer with a resounding “NO” it must be admitted that there are Flat Earthers who are Creationists. These believers in the flat earth would argue that they reject evolution and the modern model of the solar system for the same reasons, and the central reason to some is the Bible.

But what is the relationship between the Flat Earth movement and Young Earth Creationism? Where did this movement come from? And are they right about what they think the Bible teaches? Continue reading

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Surfing like 60s Batman! | Interview with Eric Hovind Part 1

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Darwin On the Origin of… TROLLING?

The scientific world was rocked this week by the cover story of Historical Geographic Magazine, which sheds new light onto Charles Darwin’s own perspective on his now famous book, On the Origin of Species.

Page 35 of Charles Darwin’s Notebook

According to the March 26th article titled, “World’s Greatest Scientists Was World’s Greatest Prankster,” Darwin wrote in his diary, in what was to become the final week of his life, that his work “has turned out to be, beyond my greatest expectations, the most elaborate and hilarious prank the world has ever known!”

After piecing together many of Darwin’s writings from his private collections, including some kept within the family until recent years, the entire concept of Origin of Species, and in fact Darwinian evolution as we know it was an elaborate prank based on a family inside joke thought of on April 1, 1852.

In a very telling personal letter sent to a friend, Charles Darwin explained, “My grandfather, the late Erasmus Darwin, used to call his children ‘little monkeys’ and from that the idea grew to then write a brilliant satirical book, Zoonomia. This amused us, his grandchildren and other kin, most assuredly until milk did come forth out our noses! And it was while I was looking for work as a writer of humorous limericks when my dear wife did suggest that I write a similar novelization. But I had a most naughty vision of instead passing off his silly notion of being the children of monkeys and worms as actual science! From whence came the notion I do not know, but it amused us to no end.”

It seems that Darwin had intended to create this prank for the purpose of writing about the big reveal, wherein he would yell “I have fooled you!” to the men in attendance at the Royal Academy of Science—men Darwin considered “a vacant collection of godless blowhards, willing to accept anything except the truth”—but a bit of ill health kept him from the engagement. He writes in his diary following the public presentation of his book, “I cannot believe it! Whilst I have titled the book so as to directly state that natural selection is the origin of species, the very CAUSE of new kinds of plants and animals, yet I begin a chapter with a lucid explanation of how this CANNOT be so. Yet these “learned” men have bought it hook, line, and sinker!”

What would become known as “Darwin’s theory of evolution” gained popularity and in private circles would remain what Charles Darwin considered “the funniest thing I have ever accomplished upon this earth!” For the rest of his life Darwin created new versions of the book, each time intending to make the joke even easier to spot, expecting at any moment to be caught.

“I have written,” he says in a letter to his lawyer later in his life, “a sixth edition which is so rife with nonsense and contradiction that only the most stubborn of atheist or fool could fail to see the punchline written on every page! I only pray that I live to see these learned men of science someday soon wake with egg on their faces. The very notion that a puddle of mud could make life as the ancient pagans believed, and which has since been disproven by the Frenchman Pasteur, and that man by way of monkey could come to be would, I admit, be considered blasphemous were it not so cursedly hilarious! I have added sections at length about how the fossil record has failed to show any evidence of my so-called theory. In this latest edition, I even help out those simpletons who have been so taken in by my book by teaching them how their own eyes—which they must use to read my book—proves my book to be folly!

To suppose that the eye with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances, for admitting different amounts of light, and for the correction of spherical and chromatic aberration, could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest degree. Surely it cannot be funny only to me?

It seems that Darwin included in his writings proposed mechanisms of evolution which are “so absurdly incapable of what I am insisting they can do that I have confidence that a child of eight could give the game away.” He lists among these mechanisms genetic drift/migration, for as he says, “Surely it would take a bit of magic to create a new animal by taking a cow one already has and walking it across the yard!”

A full report on the historical research into what is now becoming known as Charles Darwin’s Prank on Science will be released by VanderHovind Books later this year. In the meantime, many universities are canceling evolution-based classes. Bill Nye and Richard Dawkins could not be reached for comment.


(This article was originally published at https://creationtoday.org/new-discovery-creates-darwin-on-darwin-controversy/ on April 1, 2019)

PS: Before you leave me an angry comment letting me know that you’ve Googled it and can’t find any evidence that Historical Geographic Magazine is a real magazine, let me just remind you that this article was first published on April 1st.

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Easter is the Central Moment in the Bible

1 CORINTHIANS 15:14, 17,19, 20

If Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain.

And if Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile and you are still in your sins.  

If in Christ we have hope in this life only, we are of all people most to be pitied.

But in fact Christ has been raised from the dead!

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Good Friday Begins in Genesis

Genesis 3

God said to Adam, “Have you eaten of the tree of which I commanded you not to eat?” 

The man said, “The woman whom you gave to be with me, she gave me fruit of the tree, and I ate.” 

Then the Lord God said to the woman, “What is this that you have done?”

The woman said, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.”

The Lord God said to the serpent, I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring;

he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel.” Continue reading

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The Moses Controversy! See it today!

Greetings friends! If you’ve seen Exodus: Patterns of Evidence, you should be as excited about this as I am. THAT movie was amazing and it showed how real evidence from history matches what we should expect if the Exodus really happened. It BLEW MY MIND. Well, the follow up is in theaters today, Saturday, and next Tuesday, and I suggest you get tickets now because they are going fast! Learn more and get tickets here: https://patternsofevidence.com/moses/

And watch Eric Hovind’s interview with the film’s producer, Tim Mahoney below.


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The One Church Plan and a Mouthful of Cigarette Butts

Another dying church is debating whether or not they want to agree with the Bible. It’s a weird blend of sad, sickening, and so cliche that it’s boring.

From https://wesleyancovenant.org/2018/08/08/the-one-church-plan we read:

The One Church Plan (OCP) is predicated on two straightforward assumptions… Differences among United Methodists over sexual ethics, the institution of marriage, and ordination standards for clergy are not essential matters for the whole church.

Therefore, it is acceptable for annual conferences, local churches, and pastors to hold different opinions about them and still remain in a united church…First, strike from the UM Church’s “Social Principles” the statement that says, “[T]he practice of homosexuality is incompatible with Christian teaching…Second, redefine marriage in such a way that allows for church sanctioned weddings between people of the same gender, and remove the prohibition against UM clergy presiding as same sex weddings. ”

A friend on Social Media was lamenting the fact that this One Church Plan had been voted down, and I offered the following combination of confused questions and Biblical insight, and all for free (with a Groupon).

Why are you upset that a church is choosing to stand on the clear teaching of the Bible? Are you not asserting that this church should be less Biblical- LESS Christian? If so, why bother pretending to be a Christian church at all? Why not become a coffee shop or a discotheque?

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