Taking Genesis for What it Says

Genesis can be interpreted in a variety of ways, but what happens when we let the Bible speak for itself? I was reading Genesis 11 the other day, and I noticed an interesting, and concerning, note in my Bible. Genesis 11 basically consists of two parts. The first nine verses tell us of the Tower… Continue reading Taking Genesis for What it Says

The Re-interpretation of an Evolutionary Display

I was recently in the Museum of World Treasures in Wichita, Kansas. It is a neat little museum, with artifacts from across time (fossils to mummies to medieval swords to Vietnam War uniforms). However, there was one particular case that caught my attention. It displays various types of stone tools. As to be expected, these… Continue reading The Re-interpretation of an Evolutionary Display