Maker of Mistletoe

Maker of Mistletoe

  What is the origin of mistletoe? The scientific name for mistletoe is Phoradendron, meaning “tree thief”. Mistletoe is commonly used as a Christmas decoration, popularized by its bright white berries and green foliage during the Christmas season when other...
Flood Fossils Form Fast

Flood Fossils Form Fast

  How does a fossil form? A fossil is preserved remains, or impression of a once-living organism that turns into rock and it takes very special conditions to make a fossil. What happens to a dead animal? Scavengers eat it, and bugs/bacteria cause it to rot and decay,...
The Fall: Developing New Diets

The Fall: Developing New Diets

The vampire bat survives by stealing and drinking the blood of large mammals, but has this always been the case?   Creation biologists have long wondered how vampire bats started to crave and drink blood when the Bible clearly teaches that there was no death or...
He created them male and female

He created them male and female

  If evolution were true, which gender came first?   Almost all forms of complex life have both male and female. Each needs the other in order to make offspring. The male needs the female, and the female needs the male. What if the female evolved many years before the...
Combating Culture Issues with Tim Chaffey

Combating Culture Issues with Tim Chaffey

DescriptionRead more... Our nation has surged in divisiveness over skin color. How do we answer issues such as CRT and racism?    Today on Educate For Life Radio, Kevin talks with Tim Chaffey author, speaker and content manager for the attractions division at AIG and...
Why did dinosaurs disappear?

Why did dinosaurs disappear?

  What happened to the dinosaurs?   The Bible indicates that land animals were made on day six of creation week. Dinosaurs were land animals. Man was also made on day 6. Therefore, dinosaurs were made along with man (Genesis 1:24-25). Dinosaurs and man lived at the...

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