We explore the Bible, history, and the world around us to see how much Jesus loves science- creation science worded for all of us
[Episode 84] We may never know how big a space God created, but we can know God is way, way bigger! Then we debrief what we remember from hanging out with scientists who take God’s word very seriously, and then turn to some of the smaller heavenly bodies God created, Dwarf planets!
[Episode 83] When Adam and Eve rebelled God didn't abandon them! We examine the powerful picture their new clothes give us, then apply creation thinking to the heavens, and wrap up with how scientists keep from getting living things mixed up.
[Episode 82] We're finishing up Proverbs 8 with the favorite thing Wisdom enjoys, and it's totally science related! Then we examine Jesus' claim that lilies dress better than King Solomon, and finish up with a world tour of all kinds of mountains!
[Episode 81] How could Adam both die the day he ate the fruit and sweat to eat bread for a long time before returning to dust? We examine what Jesus and Paul have to say to help us understand this puzzle, then learn how scientific journal writing works-for good and bad- and finish up with a visit to Cape Canaveral!
[Episode 80] If you wanted to make someone's jaw drop at how amazing God's power and wisdom are, what would you show them? Proverbs gives us the answer: the size of the ocean, the heavens, and the water underground. Then we look at some of the scariest and most amazing creatures of the ocean!
[Episode 79] What would have to change after Adam and Eve rebelled? God clues them in to the difficulties of all sorts that had to follow their choice. Then, we share some great places to experience creation for kids and finish up with unpowered flight for mankind! Shownotes
[Episode 78] What did the world look like when God began to use wisdom to create? There is so much to puzzle over in Proverbs 8, then we share some great creation speakers and tell about a project we did to bless one of them—Ken Ham.
[Episode 77] In the middle of the saddest chapter in all history comes a strange and special promise. What is "enmity"? What does "seed" mean? Why the seed of a woman? We look at this First Gospel and then lighten things up with lobster shells and snake skins!
[Episode 76] Want to tackle an idea that baffles pastors, professors, and philosophers? Proverbs 8:22-23 tells us something about not only wisdom, but God's relationship with time. Then we take a trip out West to visit the most amazing creation lab of the 20th Century and finish up with a set of creatures who give each other a boost through life!
[Episode 75] What's with God telling the Serpent it would crawl on the ground? Let's find out what the creation community has uncovered about snakes, legs, and dust. Then it's a bit of creation worldview thinking with real time experiments on a big scale at a ministry in Australia, followed up with the least messy way to do homespun experiments- in a baggie!
[Episode 74] Where does the Bible turn to help us picture what wisdom can do for us? Creation, of course! We explore Proverbs 8 then turn to an unusual animal featured in Answers Magazine, published by Answers in Genesis. Then, we share a great internet based homeschool resource that includes a whole video series on dinosaurs!
[Episode 73] Why is so hard to just admit we did something wrong? What has changed since Genesis 3 that can help us be honest with ourselves and God? We explore this next aspect of our sin nature and then move on to more fun things like a new kids' podcast app that includes our show, Leela Kids Podcasts App, and Creation Moments, another show they list. Then it's a tasty romp through the jungle to discover how we get chocol...
[Episode 71] What questions did God ask Adam to get him to be honest with himself about the choice he had made? What does our conscience do for us? We look at these teachings in Genesis 3, introduce you to a beautiful canyon like in the American West, but on a smaller scale, and tell you about the most fun creation books we've ever read!
[Episode 70] What does Proverbs have to say about our attitudes that impact how we do science? How does this work out as we look at things in distant galaxies? We examine these foundational outlooks on life and round out an extra packed episode with a visit to the coolest ice of all, glaciers!
[Episode 69] We've gotten to the saddest part of the Bible. Adam and his wife have rebelled and now God is coming. How do they react? What hints do these verses give us of their relationship with Him before sin, and what does God do with them now that they have?
Then, we share our thoughts about the most amazing creation movie of 2017 and take a dive with dolphins!
[Episode 67] What was it like for our parents right after they obeyed the Serpent and rebelled against God? Were their eyes opened? Were they comfortable? After a rather itchy topic, we share about David Rives' newest project, a free magazine for families and wrap up with a romp through some fun physics with the gyroscope!
Where would you go to find the coolest Bible passages about creation? Ever thought of Proverbs? We're starting a new series on how God the Creator is revealed in this book of wisdom, then meet someone who is doing what we might hope to as grownups and finish with the power that shapes our daily lives: electricity.
[Episode 65] It's time to tackle the saddest verse in the Bible. Not only did Eve fall for three temptations, we do the same things, too. And Adam?...
Then it's time to lighten up with a report on viewing the totality that passed over the USA on August 21, 2017.
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