In this episode, presenter Paul Taylor looks at recent remarks by apologist William Lane Craig, in which he states that what he calls “Young Earth Creationism” is embarrassing. Paul responds to this allegation, showing that Craig has given a false authority to evolutionary science, and even to science per se, ignoring the true authority of Scripture. Paul goes on to look at Craig's principle apologetic method, the Kalam Cosmological Argument, and shows that the god who is “proved” by the KCA is not even the God of the Bible, and, therefore, must be a false god or an idol.
This episode discusses what the Mount St Helens Creation Center is able to do in support of education – especially Christian education. Also, presenter Paul Taylor reviews a new book, jointly published by Master Books and the Ark Encounter, entitled How Many Animals Were on the Ark.
In episode 6, Paul explains the fallacy of trying to use evidence to prove that God exists, showing that the Bible teaches that everyone already knows that God exists.
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In episode 5, Paul talks about Presuppositional Apologetics. this is the subject of his new book, “Only Believe”. Paul uses this show to explain the title, from the words of Jesus to Jairus in Luke 8.
In episode 4, Paul talks about books by Todd Friel, Cliff McManis and Voddie Baucham, and he also reports on the Genesis 3D movie. Then there is a major interview with Eric Hovind, President of Creation Today.
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In episode 3, Paul Taylor interviews scientist Mark Armitage about the discovery of soft tissues in the bones of certain dinosaurs. Mark has researched soft tissue in a dinosaur find of his own – in the horn of a triceratops, found at Hell's Creek, the same location as the famous Tyrannosaurus soft tissue.
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In this episode, Paul talks about new research from North Carolina State University on soft tissue in dinosaur fossils. Also find out about new developments concerning the Mount St Helens Creation Center.