A Scientific Attitude, Star Contradictions, and Glaciers

[Podcast Episode 70] What does Proverbs have to tell us about a good attitude that makes real science possible? What kinds of puzzles do astronomers set themselves when they don’t keep a wise outlook on life? We explore these key mindsets and finish with the coolest ice ever- glaciers!Iceland glacier, photo credit: Andreas Tille

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Proverbs 8:13-14

The fear of the LORD is to hate evil: pride, and arrogancy, and the evil way, and the froward mouth, do I hate. Counsel is mine, and sound wisdom: I am understanding; I have strength.

I used a desktop Bible program, but the one that works best on my smartphone and that supports things like the Genesis 3D Movie is

Blue Letter Bible.

You can dig deep into the Scriptures for yourself, too!

Mystified AstronomersNASA exoplanet artist's conception

Three Discoveries that Mystify Astronomers

Brian Thomas did such a good job on this recent Institute for Creation Research article that I was able to quote whole sections of it. Everywhere we look in creation we find things that surprise, puzzle, and overturn the ideas of the God-deniers.

On the other hand, we as creationists are delighted, amazed, and excited to see more of how varied and complete Jesus’ handiwork is!

GlaciersBaker Glacier, Chile, photo credit: Roberto Araya Barckhahn

Once again our info came mostly from kids’ library books. I also mention my own studies:

And Michael Oord’s work on Ice Age mechanisms.

Even though you would never know it from what the world says, Flood scientists totally own the Ice Age. We have the mechanism, the timing, the reason it started and ended, far better than the uniformitarians. God’s word is true and we are on reality’s side when we side with him!