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CREATION MOMENTS MINUTE
Biblical Truths... Proven By Science
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Biblical Truths... Proven By Science.


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November 27, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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Evolution of Bats Gets Monkeyed Up

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, we’ll take a look at bats, and not the kind used for hitting baseballs.

There are many ways in which bats defy evolutionary explanations. Let’s consider first their sonar-like echolocation systems. For this to evolve, bats would have to develop simultaneously the ability to make high‑pitched sounds, hear those sounds, and figure out what the sounds mean. How did they eat before they evolved these abilities? Then there is the problem of evolving typical mammalian forearms into bat wings without crippling the creature in the process. Even evolutionists admit that the evolution of all these features is highly unlikely.

The Bible offers a simple explanation for the design of the bat. They were made by God using whatever designs He knew would be best for that creature's way of life. And He didn’t care what evolutionary scientists would say.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

 

 

November 26, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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The Role of Fungus in the Life of Orchids

Did you know that most orchid seeds cannot begin life without a good fungal infection? Find out more on today’s Creation Moments Minute.

Orchid seeds are very hard, and they cannot begin to sprout until fungal threads grow into the tiny embryo inside. Sprouting begins when the fungus converts the nutrients stored in the seed to a form the embryo needs. Without that conversion, the seed will never sprout. It cannot even absorb the water it needs without the help of the fungus.

The orchid's complete dependency on fungus makes it a wonder that there are any orchids at all. If evolution were true, it is highly unlikely that the first orchid would have evolved where exactly the right fungus was present. A much simpler explanation is that the orchid and the fungus that infects it were intelligently designed by God for this special relationship.

November 25, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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Catching Bigger, Stronger and Faster Prey

Though jellyfish look like they are fragile blobs of jelly, are they as simple as they look? This is the Creation Moments Minute.

Jellyfish make their living by eating fish and crustaceans that could easily tear them apart. To accomplish this seemingly impossible task, the jellyfish trails out its long thread-like tentacles. Each tentacle can have millions of capsules loaded with tiny harpoons. Once touched, the tentacles fire, injecting not one but three deadly toxins. One toxin might stop the victim’s heart. Another disrupts the circulatory system, and the third will burst the victim’s red blood cells.

Imagine trying to design a creature that is not much more than a bag of Jell-O that can capture and subdue much larger and more powerful creatures. The jellyfish may look simple. However, its specialized design for a seemingly impossible task makes it an elegant witness to our Creator.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

November 24, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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The Brainy Jellyfish

Jellyfish could teach evolutionists a few things if they’d only listen! This is the Creation Moments Minute.

Scientists have recently learned that the supposedly simple nervous system of the jellyfish is actually not so simple. At least one type of jellyfish has a nervous system with the same advanced features found only in mammals and humans. Most animals generate electrical impulses using sodium. However, this jellyfish can generate different kinds of impulses depending on whether sodium or calcium is used. Thus, the jellyfish can send twice as much information through its nervous system as most other animals!

We're learning that when humans refer to a creature as simple, it's probably because of human ignorance of the creature, not because it's a simple form of life. This should remind those of us who believe in creation that all things witness in support of God's wisdom, not human stories of evolution.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

November 23, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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The Bottomless Suitcase

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, find out why a structure in your eye is like a bottomless suitcase.

At the back of the eye, between the deepest layer of the retina and the cells beneath it, lies a tiny moat made up of 10 drops of clear fluid. The entire moat is thinner than a sheet of cellophane.

This fluid serves the light-sensing tissues of the eye in place of blood, bringing in nutrients and carrying away waste. It also transports light-sensitive chemicals needed by the eye’s light-detecting cells. In addition, it glues the retina in place. Plus, the moat is rich in a growth factor. The more that researchers study this tiny structure, the more it seems like a bottomless suitcase.

Charles Darwin, who didn't even know about this moat, was right when he said that it was impossible to believe that natural selection could have produced the eye.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

November 22, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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Bees: Master Engineers

What does the honeycomb teach us about the bee’s Creator? Find out on today’s Creation Moments Minute.

The amazing structure of the honeycomb has amazed scientists for thousands of years. As early as the third century AD, the astronomer Pappus of Alexandria pointed out that the most efficient shape for storing the most honey while wasting the least space is the hexagon. Bees are skilled at building their honeycombs with great precision. Humans are unable to use such precision in their designs without sophisticated equipment.

Each honeybee is a tiny but powerful computer that could only have been designed and built by an intelligent Creator. Why did God bring together so many precise specifications and high intelligence in the honeybee? Because bees are crucial to the reproductive cycles of so many plants as well as the food chain.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

November 21, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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The Beginning of Faith

With their belief in evolution, secular humanists are just as religious as anyone. This is the Creation Moments Minute.

Christianity is not the only religion in the world that starts with origins. While Genesis begins the Bible with the words "In the beginning ...", Humanist Manifesto I also begins its affirmation of faith with the humanist version of origins. Religious humanists regard the universe as self-existing and not created. The four following affirmations go on to affirm faith in evolutionary processes that finally produced humans.

By its own claims, Secular Humanism is a religion that is in competition with Christianity. We can draw from this that religion must begin with origins to explain what human beings are. This means that the correct view of origins is essential to Christianity. If we are to remain Christian, God's account of our beginnings in Genesis must be taken seriously! 

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

November 20, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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The Red-Eyed Sniper Fish

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, meet a fish with night-vision goggles!

The deep-sea dragon fish lives at depths between 1,500 and 4,500 feet. At these depths, virtually no fish can see light in the red end of the spectrum. None, that is, but the dragon fish, and that's its secret weapon.

The dragon fish is the only known creature to have chlorophyll in its eyes. This gives it the ability to see red light. But why would the dragon fish have these abilities if there is no red light to see? He makes his own red light. This bioluminescent red light is invisible to the dragon fish's prey. But the dragon fish can see its red light reflecting off nearby prey. 

The dragon fish's extraordinary ability to find its prey with light that’s invisible to its prey bears powerful witness to a wise and powerful Designer.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

November 19, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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The Probability of Evolution

Did life start in some sort of primordial soup, as evolutionists would have us believe? Find out on today’s Creation Moments Minute.

Over the years, evolutionists have presented several scenarios of how life might have started. They have suggested isolated ponds, pools of water on the sides of volcanoes, and in the oceans. But let’s see what mathematics has to say about all this.

If you start with non-living materials, the chance of getting a DNA molecule with the ability to reproduce is 100 billion, billion to one. The chance of getting a minimal cell works out to one chance out of a 1 followed by 4,478,296 zeros!

Evolutionists can’t give you any evidence for the origin of life. But WE know that God is the source of all life, including yours and mine. It has always been so and will always be so.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

November 18, 2014 10:00 PM PST

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Miatsos’ Good Memory Supports the Bible

Was Noah’s Flood a worldwide catastrophe as the Bible says ... or a series of local floods? Find out on today’s Creation Moments Minute.

Besides the fact that the local flood view rejects the Bible as the Word of God, there are many other problems. At least 138 cultures around the world have legends of a giant flood in which only a few people were saved in a large boat.

The Miatso people of China is one such culture. When the first Christian missionaries visited the Miatso, they were amazed to learn that the Miatso remembered not only the creation, but also knew the names of the Ark’s occupants. The Miatso say they are descendants of Jah-phu – the son of Noah we call Japheth.  

If the great Flood was merely a local event, how come the Miatso people of China know so much about it?

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

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