[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 68] Does Jesus care about new technology? What did he give us our minds for? We explore the answers God gives us in Proverbs and then turn to an exciting ministry focusing on kids in the Pacific Northwest: Northwest Treasures.
[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.
I heard this today and thought what John Wilkerson did with his family during the eclipse was absolutely perfect for what we do here. It's not often we have a chance to know something amazing is going to happen so far off, but he's absolutely right; if you live in the USA and can make plans for 2024, do it!
[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.
Did you know there is a difference between worshipping God and praising him? We explore Psalm 95 and what it teaches us about the two, and, of course, how creation fits into both! Then it's time to find out what process scientists use to uncover new understanding and try it out with Invisible Ink.
[Episode 63] There are many voices trying to get us to follow their advice. Some tell us just what we want to hear; God tends to leave us with so many questions. We look at the most fateful conversation in history and what we need to watch out for in our own lives then take a savory turn to study salt, especially the kind in your kitchen!
[Episode 62] Did you know the Bible mentions flying reptiles? We dig deep into the Old Testament to find them, then, tell you about a kids' ministry that gets the importance of Genesis to the Gospel and finish up with a wild ride exploring Newton's Laws of Motion!
[Episode 61] Is God a meanie? Before tempting Eve to eat of the fruit Satan planted a deadly seed in her mind. Then we look at a brand new dino book from the Institute for Creation Research just for you and finish up with the smallest birds of all!
[Episode 60] Did you know the Tree of Life is mentioned in the future as well as our past? We look at the two passages that describe this amazing tree a focus in on the clues God has given us on how leaves can be medicine. Then we explore our favorite YouTube apologist and then swim with Penguins!
[Episode 59] It's the start of Genesis Chapter 3 and we start right out with the biggest Bad Guy of all time. Who was it? What does "subtle" mean? And, how long after Creation Week would this have been? We lighten things up with a look at digestion and finish with a simple experiment that works every time (plus it's pretty!).
[Episode 58] When God wanted Israel to really listen, what did he remind them of? We look at Isaiah to see how creation plays a big part in our respect for God, then share a review of the Patterns of Evidence: Young Explorers series, and discuss how the ancients understood geometry to create vaulted ceilings.
[Episode 57] What makes a new family? Who sets the rules for life and why? The end of Genesis 2 gives us some serious instructions for our lives and gives us a glimpse into the great treasure we lost when we sinned- no shame. Then, it's a fun romp through some fascinating animals scientists love to study including all kinds of eagles.
[Podcast Episode 56] How would you encourage yourself in the face of persecution? We travel to Acts to see what the early church did and visit some Old Testament examples of God's people reminding themselves of God's power as the Creator. Then we give you a sampling of other fascinating creation shows and plunge into the most vital liquid in the universe, Water!
My interview with Pat Roy
His daughters' Aquarium Minute page.
Real Science Radio interview with Dr. Rob Carter
[Episode 55] Did you know the story of Eve's creation teaches us a vital Christian doctrine? We explore our human connection, visit the Answers in Genesis Kids section, and investigate the tools that explorers through the ages have used to describe the globe- maps.
Want to see that ancient map copy? Check it out!
[Episode 54] There IS science in the Bible, at least in some translations. So what does the word mean and what does the Bible think about it? We review a fun way to find out the truth behind the California science textbooks and finish up with a young person's intro to crystallization and minerals.
[Episode 53] Did you know the medical sciences date back to the Sixth Day of Creation? We think back to God performing the first surgery and first anesthesia, then listen to a powerful analogy about how Natural Selection is thought of today and learn about alligators. Plus, we get to hear our first bit of audio feedback!
[Episode 52] Let's explore the solar system for some of the smallest objects orbiting our sun! We examine a recent article in the peer reviewed CRS Journal for fascinating facts about comets and other distant objects. Then, we hear what it's like as a kid reading through the Institute for Creation Research's new book about dinosaurs.
[Episode 51] It's a busy morning for Adam! We look at whether it was even possible for everything to have happened like God tells us it did and explore the wealth of ideas these verses contain. Then, it's a trip Down Under to think about how Kangaroos got to Australia and then it's over to Africa and Asia to learn about Elephants.