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Why Christian Fiction?

Why isn’t the Bible enough?   Why do we need Christian fiction like Noah’s Boys in the City of Mother Earth ?    I have been asked this question more than once, but I  think I understand what the questioner is getting at.   It is a grief to see how t he fictional entertainment of our decayed culture is so often used to twist and corrupt tender young minds.  Some may even be coarsened by it to the point of depravity, and it takes only moment of exposure to Hollywood to see why!   For one thing, the striking images and seductive ideas of the world of entertainment are utterly steeped in secular humanism, a wrong view of the world that presupposes there is no God.   Viewers are constantly exposed to every form of vice and immorality, and this exposure cannot help but eventually harden or even deaden the conscience.   And it is not just movies or television: b est-selling novels can do much the same thing. Wouldn’t it be better, therefore, to avoid fiction and entertainment altogethe

Folded Rock Layers: Evidence of Noah’s Flood?

Motorists driving along Interstate Highway 68 in Maryland are often intrigued by the dramatic curves and folds in the layers of sedimentary rock in Sideling Hill.   It is a sight that becomes more puzzling if you reflect on it.   Obviously, b ecause of gravity, sediments always spread out horizontally; but in  this cut, the layers of solid rock are not flat or horizontal, but curved up!    How could that happen?   Stopping at the rest area for information, you soon discover that folded rock layers like that are not rare at all: in fact, the multi-state geologic region to which Sideling Hill belongs is actually characterized by closely folded rock strata 1 .   And numerous examples of even more extreme folded rock are found all around the globe, including in frequently visited parts of the Grand Canyon. 2 Investigating further, you are told that according to the accepted historical geologic model (uniformitarianism), the six to nine mile deep layer of sedimentary rock covering the ea

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