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Celebrate Christ’s Birth!

©Copyright 1999 by Gretchen Passantino The pumpkin nut bread is baking, the carols are playing — it’s time once more to prepare our hearts and homes for celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Over the years, many people have asked how we celebrate Christmas and how the customs and symbols of Christmas can […]

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Buffy, Ozzy, Clark, and Anna: Popular Culture and Pre-Evangelism

Copyright 2002 by Gretchen Passantino “It’s not about right, it’s not about wrong, it’s about power” – Demon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (UPN). “I think L.A. is filled with so many struggling people, striving to find something that most of them will never find, and in the process they’re just making themselves miserable” – Kelly Osbourne, daughter […]

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Positive View of Behe’s Thesis Answers to Don Stoner’s Objections

Copyright May 2001 by George P. Drake AUTHOR’S NOTE The reader should first review Don Stoner’s commentary on Darwin’s Black Box, by Michael J. Behe, on the Answers In Action web site, <http://www.answers.org/newlook/behe2.html>. The following answers Stoner’s points in detail, and as much as possible, in the order in which he introduced his ideas. The author is […]

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A Critique of Behe’s Mousetrap Illustration, and a Critique of Behe’s Critics

Revision 12/28/2000 by Creationist, Don Stoner (Donald Wayne Stoner) Challenge to Evolution, (Simon & Schuster, N.Y., C. 1996), documents several biological structures which appear to have a level of design complexity that cannot be further reduced without destroying their functionality. This makes such structures difficult to explain using Darwin’s descent with modification in small steps.To […]

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