Towards the Development of a General Theory of Creation
Berney R. NeufeldAssistant Professor of Biology Loma Linda University (1) Origins 1(1):6-13 (1974). INTRODUCTION A succinct statement of the general theory of creation has long been needed to provide the basis for its discussion and development. An attempt is made herein to provide such a statement. Creation theory is presented as a series of postulates derived from the Creator's revelation…
Rationalism, Empiricism and Christianism as Philosophical Systems for Arriving at Truth
Conrad D. ClausenAssistant Professor of Biology Loma Linda University Origins 1(1):14-21 (1974). Two philosophical systems rationalism and empiricism established as methods for arriving at truth have vied for favor during the past 2500 years. Sense perception is the ultimate authority in empiricism. Reasoning is mainly inductive and knowledge is conceived of as probable but not certain…
Fossil Tree Orientation in the Chinle Formation
Trees were measured at nine locations in two general areas in Arizona and Utah. Preliminary data show very strong orientation of logs at most sites.
Famous Fossils From a Mountaintop
Harold G. CoffinGeoscience Research Institute Origins 1(1):45-47 (1974). Related page | UPDATE | The following is one of a series of talks on creation prepared for broadcast. In 1910, a pack train was struggling up the steep Burgess Pass in the Canadian Rockies not far from the world-famous Lake Louise in Banff National Park. A horse stumbled over a block of dark rock. Something in…
Theological Dimensions of the Christian Doctrine of Creation
Only in confrontation by God in Christ and only in commitment to him through faith does the meaning of creation come Only in the experience of re-creation in Christ can we truly confess that we believe in God the Father almighty, the maker of heaven and earth.
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