The Mt. Sinai of Saudi Arabia with Rajeev Samaroo

The Mt. Sinai of Saudi Arabia with Rajeev Samaroo

DescriptionRead more...Tab Join Educate for Life Radio and Kevin Conover as he interviews Rajeev Samaroo about the Mt. Sinai of Saudi Arabia. See evidence of Moses journey through the Middle East and watch the Bible come alive as Rajeev explores the remote areas of...
Creatively Sharing the Gospel

Creatively Sharing the Gospel

    Consider all of the creative ways to share the gospel! Back in 1909, a Canadian named Jack Miner set out to discover where birds migrate. He was the first person to begin banding ducks and geese in order to track their movements. Some years earlier, he had created...
Catastrophic Conclusion

Catastrophic Conclusion

  Why are almost all marine fossils found on the continents and not in rock layers on the ocean floor? Fossils of sea creatures are found at the top of all the major mountain ranges, even the 20,000+ foot Himalaya Mountains. Where should these marine fossils be? One...
Preparing for Persecution with Andrew Pudewa

Preparing for Persecution with Andrew Pudewa

DescriptionRead more...Tab Join Educate for Life Radio and Kevin Conover as he interviews Andrew Pudewa. Hear more about Preparing for Persecution with Andrew Pudewa founder of the Institute for Excellence in Writing Homeschool Organization. What does the future look...
Sin Before the Fall?

Sin Before the Fall?

How could thorns supposedly fossilize in rock layers before Adam and Eve existed? Fossilized thorns have been dug up in rock layers assumed to be 410 million years old by evolutionary paleontologists. This is a huge problem for Christians who have compromised and...
How Do We Interpret the Facts?

How Do We Interpret the Facts?

Do preconceived worldviews make a difference?  It is inherent in human nature to view all things through the lens of what we believe to be reality or truth. The natural response to anything which falls outside of what we believe to be true is the rejection of the...

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