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My Creation Studies Podcast

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Reaching the World with the Truths of Creation-CSI's 4-minute radio spots are powerful, exciting and informational. These spots have unique styling, with the quick rhythm of a jungle beat in the background, and an entertaining question or short skit introduction. Their humor adds novelty to the radio programming. Tom DeRosa will answer questions with strength and excitement, giving out golden nuggets of creation evidences that the listening audience can use to come closer to their Creator, and be a stronger witness for Jesus Christ.

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This is funny. They don't ever get around to making any actual logical evidence-based case against evolution, much less for Creation. Nor do they understand what "evolution" or "science" actually means. They cherry pick all their evidence (as they cherry pick the Bible to avoid the obvious glaring scientific errors). And to top it off they fill their arguments with logical fallacies. Quite entertaining.

Unabashedly, demonstrably incorrect

If you're a scientist, this podcast belongs in the comedy category. If you enjoy having your intelligence insulted you should really give this a listen. They regurgitate all the classic creationist nonsense, and repeat it over and over while vigorously agreeing with one another. Its as if they're trying to reassure one another that their not hilariously wrong.

They mostly just misrepresent science and evolution. They constantly put words into the mouths of scientists, saying they have a "big problem" with some phenomenon that creationist easily explain. And they laugh all the while, thoroughly enjoying their circle jerk of misinformation. After listening to these guys, someone who didn't know anything about science would assume that scientists just spend all day running into laboratory walls, knocking over beakers, soiling their pants, and just randomly publishing papers with made up evidence about insane theories.

The Bible Tells Us Clearly...

The characterizations being made, e.g. “creationists who draw the line between evolutionists (bad and atheists) and creationists (good, god fearing, 6 day creation believers),” are not indicative of the message of the Genesis Connection, if indeed you are referring to the radio programs archived on our website Neither do we believe that prayer, in addition to utilizing all of the God-given medical wisdom, is somehow evidence of a lack of faith. The comment in question is really a two-fold statement. First, it is an inaccurate characterization of those who stand firmly on the revelation of the Bible as being literally the Word of God. Secondly, it is presents an inaccurate “straw man” argument by using what can only be seen as overly naïve view of the relationship between seeking healing through prayer, the utilization of medical knowledge, and making them somehow mutually exclusive. I would suggest that embracing the molecules to men, Theory of Evolution, does not make anyone bad. It is simply one explanation based entirely on a worldview rooted in naturalism. While Darwin did not speculate about the creation of the universe, with the exception of a feeble attempt to define species as the result of “a distant act of creation,” Neo-Darwinian theorists speculate endlessly about the origins of the universe, the origin of life, etc. The term Christian gets bandied about without any regard for the true meaning of the word. The word Christian actually means a Messiah person. This term describes those who have placed their faith in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, who is both the Creator and Savior of the universe. In order to be a Christ-person, one enters into the New Covenant through a personal relationship with the Living God through His Messiah, Jesus Christ. While the Good News that God sent His Messiah into this world according to the Scriptures, He died and rose from the dead on the third day, according to the Scriptures, says nothing about the origins of this present world and all that contained therein, the Bible does tells us clearly who created everything seen and unseen and who has accomplished our redemption. It is the life, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth that is the central focus of the Scriptures and the good news contained therein. That said, no one in this ministry, or any other creation ministry that I am aware of, promotes the concept that God frowns upon the use of modern medicine in maintaining and promoting the physical well-being of the human race. In fact, it is our firm belief that all good and perfect gifts come to us through God’s grace. That includes both the Gospel, which is the power of God to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Gentile, as well as medical knowledge and the wisdom to use it in ways that both glorify God and benefit man. Rather than pointing to a small group of Christians who refuse medical treatment and see it as evidence of a lack of faith, a practice certainly not limited to Christians at all but embraced by several cult, pseudo-Christian groups and naturopaths as well, we should be thanking God for the Bible believing men and women of faith who pioneered the discipline of microbiology and looked to God for their inspiration. Even when secular scientists discover important facts that lead to improved public health, that does not mean that their lack of faith invalidates the truth that God created them with the brain power and the scientific wisdom to make their discoveries in the first place.

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  • Category: Training
  • Language: English

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