A Carbon Footprint that really tells us something: That something is Intelligent Design
When I was in public school (K-12) ball point pens were a thing of the future. We had ink pens which we dipped into ink wells and we had pencils. We called the latter “lead pencils” and as a matter...
Posted: July 06, 2008, 08:39 AM

 

Intelligently Designed Solutions to the Energy Crunch-#1
Collectively, mankind has been the recipient of numerous energy sources that were provided by a beneficent Creator long ago; some at the time of the initial period of creation and some later on. Ov...
Posted: July 14, 2008, 11:13 AM

 

Designed Solutions to the Energy Crunch-#2-Coal
Geologists of an evolutionary persuasion believe and teach that underground coal deposits formed about 250–300 million years ago, when much of Earth was allegedly swamp covered with a thick forest ...
Posted: July 21, 2008, 07:30 AM

 

Designed Solutions to the Energy Crunch-#3-Oil
Oil is the by-product of heat and pressure being applied to organic matter, specifically that which derived from animals and human beings. According to the macro-evolutionists that process occurre...
Posted: July 27, 2008, 08:32 AM

 

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