Genesis

Genesis
Blessed Be Assyria

Blessed Be Assyria

Gregory D. Cook • Dec. 14, 2016

Judgment in Nahum follows the pattern of Babel. God would come down, incapacitate a rebellion, and scatter rebels. This contradicts a widely-held belief.

Scriptural Geology, Then and Now

Scriptural Geology, Then and Now

Warren H. Johns • Nov. 30, 2016

The place of the biblical Flood in the geological record remains one of the most hotly debated issues among creationist geologists today.

The Last Week before the Flood

The Last Week before the Flood

Dr. Steven W. Boyd • Aug. 17, 2016

While attempting to elucidate the general chronological profile of the events of the first week, we hope to answer two specific significant questions.

Worldview Bias and the Origin of Hebrew Worship

Worldview Bias and the Origin of Hebrew Worship

Scott Aniol • July 15, 2015

Secularists claim that similarities between Israel’s worship and that of other nations in the OT prove Israel’s worship was rooted in its neighbors religion.

How Long Did the Flood Last?

How Long Did the Flood Last?

Dr. Danny R. Faulkner • May 13, 2015

Belief that the Flood lasted 371 days is common among recent creationists, but there are other possibilities.

Parasitology and Creation

Parasitology and Creation

Dr. Matthew E. Ingle • Feb. 4, 2015

As we learn more about parasites, which don’t seem to be “good” design, we will understand better how the parasitic lifestyle resulted from the Fall.

A Biblical Creationist Cosmogony

A Biblical Creationist Cosmogony

Dr. John G. Hartnett • Jan. 14, 2015

The cosmogony proposed is consistent with all creationist understandings of the biblical texts and has no light-travel time problem.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics and the Curse

The Second Law of Thermodynamics and the Curse

Dr. Danny R. Faulkner • Nov. 13, 2013

Many recent creationists believe that the second law of thermodynamics came into being as a result of the Fall or the curse. I argue that this is not supported by Scripture nor science.

The Importance of an Historical Adam

The Importance of an Historical Adam

Simon Turpin • May 29, 2013

In secular culture it is common to view the biblical history of Adam as a story, myth, or a parable but this is now also becoming the standard interpretation for many within the evangelical community.

Did Death of Any Kind Exist Before the Fall?

Did Death of Any Kind Exist Before the Fall?

Simon Turpin • April 3, 2013

Death, whether animal or human, physical or spiritual, is a consequence of man’s disobedience toward his Creator and an intrusion into His “very good” creation.

Is There a Dominion Mandate?

Is There a Dominion Mandate?

Darek Isaacs • Jan. 9, 2013

The dominion mandate is not named nor defined in Scripture, and so offering a deeper definition, which everyone can agree on, is not possible. However, it is possible to locate where the idea is found

Mammalian Ark Kinds

Mammalian Ark Kinds

Dr. Jean Lightner • Oct. 31, 2012

Information on the class Mammalia was evaluated in an attempt to get a realistic estimate of what mammalian kinds would have been represented on the Ark.

Abraham and the Chronology of Ancient Mesopotamia

Abraham and the Chronology of Ancient Mesopotamia

Matt McClellan • Oct. 3, 2012

For many years, Abraham was believed to have lived at the same time as Hammurabi, king of Babylon. Later scholars would date Abraham to the period shortly before the reign of Hammurabi.

Determining the Ark Kinds

Determining the Ark Kinds

Dr. Jean Lightner , et. al. • Aug. 1, 2014

This research effort provides information necessary for the best possible reconstruction of the animal kinds preserved on the Ark for the Ark Encounter.

Ancient Egyptian Chronology and the Book of Genesis

Ancient Egyptian Chronology and the Book of Genesis

Matt McClellan • Aug. 24, 2011

This paper will look at the different possibilities that can be constructed concerning how long each dynasty lasted and how they relate to the biblical dates of the Flood, Tower, and Patriarchs.

Where in the World Is the Tower of Babel?

Where in the World Is the Tower of Babel?

Anne Habermehl • March 23, 2011

This biblical story is believed by many to be the record of a real historical event that took place after the worldwide Flood, at a time when the earth’s population still lived together in one place.

Toward an Accurate Model of Variation in DNA

Toward an Accurate Model of Variation in DNA

Mitchel Soltys • March 2, 2011

The Bible’s description of created kinds implies an information model which uses variables. The findings in this paper show that a model which uses variables forms a basis for understanding biology.

Untangling Uniformitarianism

Untangling Uniformitarianism

Dr. John K. Reed • March 17, 2010

Of the nine terms associated with uniformitarianism, seven can be replaced or eliminated, which refutes the accusation that diluvialists do not understand uniformitarianism.

Those Enigmatic Neanderthals

Those Enigmatic Neanderthals

Anne Habermehl • Jan. 13, 2010

Young-earth creationists rightly consider that Neanderthals were human, but are divided on various issues.

Fraud and Forgery in Paleoanthropology

Fraud and Forgery in Paleoanthropology

Dr. Jerry Bergman • Dec. 23, 2009

A review of the history of paleoanthropology leads to the conclusion that the discipline is far less objective than that for physics, chemistry, or even biology.

Hebrew Metaphysic

Hebrew Metaphysic

Doug Kennard • Dec. 31, 2008

Metaphysical development in Hebrew biblical texts is especially elucidated through a series of word studies with a shifting emphasis that each cross-pollinates the others.

The Origin of Oil—A Creationist Answer

The Origin of Oil—A Creationist Answer

John Matthews • Dec. 17, 2008

The dominant view of the origin of oil amongst western oil companies until 1969 was that it was due to the decay of living matter. Now other views are making themselves heard.

Toward a Practical Theology of Peer Review

Toward a Practical Theology of Peer Review

Todd Charles Wood , et. al. • April 9, 2008

The irony of the conflict over peer review is that peer review is poorly understood and criticized even in conventional journals.

Catastrophic Granite Formation

Catastrophic Granite Formation

Dr. Andrew A. Snelling • Feb. 6, 2008

The timescale for the generation of granitic magmas and their subsequent intrusion, crystallization, and cooling as plutons is no longer incompatible with the biblical time frames.