I will be using this Serialization Blog to post articles as episodes in a series. You will be able to find the full articles on the Articles page of this website. I’ll also be throwing in some stand-alone posts as well. These Principles of Creation posts are based on my original ideas and the hope I have to renew the whole approach today to Christian Creationism and science.
Is out now as an eBook. You can find the kindle edition in the Kindle Store for 77p or $1 description The universe is initiated with the creation of matter. This is different to the idea of matter condensing out of energy in the Big Bang model. In the Multi-Bang matter is flung out from … Continue reading The Steps of Creation Part II Cosmos
Is out now as an eBook. You can find the kindle edition in the Kindle Store for 77p or $1 description This book offers Creationist belief and a new theory of evolution based on the facts of modern science. Facts from biology and paleontology all point to the conclusion that life has been complex from … Continue reading The Steps of Creation Part I Life
To summarize my thoughts on human origins and human evolution, humans started out human. They may have been primitive – in our eyes – but they were completely what they were, and not half-way-there to what they should be. All creatures evolve, and this produces diversity within a type of thing. For all creatures become … Continue reading Prehistoric man was dehumanized by us
Each of God’s creations was whole, complete and perfect. Mankind was one of these creations. He created them male and female, with the power of language, each possessing a soul. God has never created a half-creature. He did not create a ‘hominid’ or upright walking, human-looking, non-human nor cause it to evolve from apes. The … Continue reading Quest for the historical adam
The power of God has tangible effects on matter – to create healing and to create.
Thomas Aquinas and those who followed him before the Reformation located God in metaphysics as Creator and in physics as Creator. It was one meaningful whole. After the Reformation and with the rise of the Mechanical Philosophy investigation into the working of things changed the focus, but in fact, made the light of faith shine … Continue reading #6 True science springs from faith
Scientific theory does indeed often appear to spring from an internal dialogue of science with faith on the part of the thinker. I think my thesis that science is born of faith is upheld. Debate is also certainly necessary as the ‘sounding board’ to ideas. It is also the case that people who once had … Continue reading #5 Theism, Naturalism and faith
In the second half of the 19th century biology became increasingly dominated by the Philosophy of Naturalism promoted by X-Club members led by T. H. Huxley. Their project was successful in secularizing science. In the 20th century the church in crisis took the line of compromise with secularism – liberal Anglicans took on evolution as a form … Continue reading #4 Evolution – God’s method of creation?
From the mid-19th century the history of physics and astronomy takes one line, while the history of biology and earth sciences takes another line. The Philosophy of Materialism and its universe of eternal matter was defeated first by the science of thermodynamics with its concept of entropy which shows that the universe had a beginning. Secondly, … Continue reading #3 The Philosophy of Materialism
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