Ever wonder where the term ‘Stone Age’ came from? The evidence from archaeology is not as clear–cut as you might think…
Answers to basic questions: Was there an Ice Age? Yes. There was a time when glaciers covered large areas of North America and northwestern Europe. Most scientists believe there were several ice ages, but some creationists suspect there was only one Ice Age, with fluctuations that produced the appearance of more than one. Ice caps still remain in Antarctica and Greenland, along with many glaciers in the Northern Hemisphere.
The two contrasting explanations for our existence—and for apes—have obvious philosophical/faith starting points because neither side can go back in time and observe how everything came into being…
I recently heard a conservative (biblical creationist) theologian sadly relating his experiences of various theologians who are leading the charge to get church leaders to accept a non-historical Genesis that is compatible with evolution/long ages…