Were You There, Karl Giberson? How Biologos Dismisses the Testimony of the Creator

Recently, I came across an article by Karl Giberson, Vice President of BioLogos, called Creationists Drive Young People Out of the Church. The title refers to his interpretation of the meaning of a Barna survey: Six Reasons Young Christians Leave Church. Reason #3 was “Churches come across as antagonistic to science.” In Giberson’s zeal to paint Bioblical Creationists…

How Do We Know the Bible Is True? – Volume 1, Ken Ham & Bodie Hodge, General Editors (Master Books) 2011 (via The Bookwyrm’s Lair)

Ever since the publication of Already Gone (and more recently Already Compromised), Answers in Genesis has been increasingly pumping out general apologetics materials. Why? Why not just stick to creation apologetics? Because the results of the survey upon which Already Gone is based revealed that our children have basic questions about the reliability of the…

…In Which I Become a Sunday School Teacher (Come and See)

If you don’t have a home church (or you don’t have a home church that is giving your kids a solid Biblical foundation that will give them the tools they need to give a reasoned defense of the faith), I encourage you to come visit us at Gateway Church (270 Staunton Ave. South Charleston, South Charleston, WV).

Creationism – Just Too Divisive?

Did you know that USAmerica has over 600 separate Christian denominations? Each of these movements is testimony to our commitment to doctrinal purity, but they also give evidence to a pervasive problem within the Body of Christ: Our tendency toward division and schism rather than unity when we disagree. Frankly, that’s the light some Christian…

Review: Already Gone by Ken Ham & Britt Beemer

“Why your kids will quit church and what you can do to stop it.” Let me just cut to the chase. This book is shocking on one level. On another it’s really quite unsurprising – expected even. It’s been said that upwards of 80% of church kids graduate from church when they graduate from high…