Monthly Archives: February 2009

John Sanford: retired Cornell professor shows up Darwinism

Dr. John Sanford’s research on the human genome gives compelling theoretical evidence that life cannot possibly be the result of mutations and natural selection.
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Poet’s Cat

A Poet’s Cat, sedate and grave As poet well could wish to have, Was much addicted to inquire For nooks to which she might retire, And where, secure as mouse in chink, She might repose, or sit and think. – … Continue reading

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When Kids Explore: The Black Feather

Little L was so delighted to find a feather during our last hike about the property. Never mind we find them all the time, each new discovery still holds a bit of magic. Here’s a little poem I wrote for … Continue reading

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Benjamin Carson: star neurosurgeon sees God in science

Professor and chief of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University Medical School. One of the top scientists in the world, he takes a risk by being very open about his Christian beliefs and support of creation theology.
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Today at the salon…

A salon is a gathering of stimulating people of quality under the roof of an inspiring hostess or host, partly to amuse one another and partly to refine their taste and increase their knowledge through conversation and readings, often consciously … Continue reading

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