Of course, the big bang is not operational science (i.e., testable, observable, or repeatable) but historical science (i.e., assumptions about the unobservable past). The big bang is really a religion that is used by most astronomers to explain away God.
Powerful forces are working to ‘suppress the truth’ (Romans 1:18) about origins/creation in schools. But Christians using creation resources are fighting back.
Grandson Jacob’s teacher gave the ‘party line’ on origins yesterday. “Two massive clouds of cosmic gasses collided and as a result our sun emerged … ”
Jacob raised his hand and interrupted, “I don’t believe that!”
“I beg your pardon, Jacob? Why not?” she asked.
“Because there was nothing but GOD and He just spoke and that’s where our sun came from” was the simple faith of this 8-year-old.
The teacher responded: “You know, Jacob, you are right. I don’t believe it [evolution] either. It happened just like you said but I’m not allowed to say it [creation] as a teacher. Thank you for saying it for me.”
Thankfully, students are raising these issues, like Jacob above. Another example was after Creation magazine’s children’s pages told of dating tests on rock formed in 1949, 1954 and 1975 from lava flows at New Zealand’s Mt Ngauruhoe. The lab results ‘dated’ these rocks at up to 3.5 million years old!6
Feedback showed that the kids certainly understood the take-home message: If radiometric ‘dating’ is wrong on rocks of known age, why should we presume it’s right on rocks of unknown age? An excited mother told us,
“Johnny’s teacher telephoned me to ask, ‘Where did your son get this information?’ I replied, ‘From Creation magazine’!”
By the willfully ignorant.Peter Henderson wrote:More examples of kids being brainwashed, this time from CMI:<snip>
Preaching ignorance to the ignorant.
Just provisional at the moment so there's nothing there. I evidently need to do something about setting permissions - it's meant be open. Or rather, I didn't intend to restrict it.cathy wrote:Ooh I've just noticed Conversations with Creationists section on the board index. Is it new or have I just been too dozy to notice it before? I don't know whats on there as I don't have permission to look.
Here is the Christian Post article on the Christian School in South Carolina (Blue Ridge Christian Academy) that has been--and continues to be--viciously attacked by atheists because they are teaching God's Word as truth and as a part of that teaching students the truth about Dinosaurs and creation (using AiG materials). I encourage you to read this article.
As AiG's gift to this school and to encourage them, I have just arranged for a large quantity of creation apologetics books and DVD's and creation based curricula to be sent to their library as a gift.
As the atheists have so attacked them for teaching biblical creation, I'm making sure the school has a large collection of the best resources for their library on creation based science and biblical creation that they could possibly have. Actually I thank the atheists for bringing this school to the world's media attention and for providing the circumstances to help this school financially and so they will be even more fervent in teaching kids the truth of creation--and equipping them to be able to answer the skeptical questions of our day in regard to God's Word--and to be able to come against the anti-God religion of evolution/millions of years. Yes what men menat for evil, God meant for good.
http://global.christianpost.com/news/ch ... ons-96063/
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