Keys to Effective Young Earth Creationism Christian Evangelism New Evidence Findings Corroborating Genesis History Account Answers in Genesis Institute for Creation Research Two Big Major Biblical Science Organizations Intelligent Design Evolution Debate Syngameons Late Ice Age Hydrology Climatology Dancing From Genesis Author James I. Nienhuis New Important Irrefutably Compelling Evidences for Young Earth Creationism Compressionist Theory

The young earth creationism movement had great momentum in the 90’s, much of it because of the groundbreaking work of Henry M. Morris, with the two big organizations of the movement, Answers in Genesis and the Institute for Creation Research (founded by the late Morris), having outed the questionable and actually ludicrous assumptions of the radioisotope dating methods, established that natural selection does occur within the gene pools of the biblical kinds (syngameons) of animals (but not beyond them, goo didn’t morph into you), and made known that only paradoxically warmer oceans could have been the engine for the Ice Age.  But more recently, in this new century, those two institutions for the movement are avoiding entire new fields of study, with extremely compelling evidence for the biblical model, for reasons about which I won’t opine, as I’ll let you be the judge, and hope that you react as I do.

There are submerged bronze age megalithic stone or brick ruins of cities now on the shallow seafloor in many parts of the world, just google submerged ruins of Japan, or Egypt, Lebanon, Greece, India, or Spain, and you’ll see that many in the eclectic yet often clear thinking world of alternative archaeology are abuzz about these seafloor ruins, but not mainstream archaeologists, because they say the Ice Age ended circa 10000 B.C., about 7,000 years before they say such megalithic building began, making it impossible that those ruins should even be there, an obviously very difficult pickle for mainstream scientists, as they go out of their way to not even discuss the submerged ruins, like Sergeant Schultz on Hogan’s Heroes, “I see nuthink.”

But yet, the Institute for Creation Research and Answers in Genesis (led by Ken Ham), apparently having published nothing about this powerful new field of evidence for young earth creationism (with the Ice Age having ended circa 1500 B.C., about 900 years after the Deluge), are deliberately shielding their readers from this important new field of inquiry which is a huge headache to mainstream scientists, and even to the new age types in the archaeological world, who say that only space aliens could have taught such megalithic building “way back around 10000 B.C.,” rendering their position needlessly sci fi, as the evidence actually fits the Genesis account’s timeline, with the Ice Age having ended at the time of Moses (confirmed by the Ipuwer Papyrus), and space aliens not needed to have calculated the astronomically-derived dimensions for the mysterious Great Pyramid of Giza, because merely inspired human expertise was involved, enabled by God’s design of the creation, explained simply in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, where the template for the method is a hexagon within the circle of the earth, and the timekeeping standard, the earth’s wobble rate, at 72 years/degree.

Through recent years, I have referred this material to AIG and ICR, with a representative of AIG even having told me it’s all nonsense, but without saying ostensibly how that is so.  This is an extremely frustrating situation because the material is irrefutable, yet they sit on their hands for reasons to be determined, as their hungry readers remain ignorant of these whole new fields of scientific inquiry which cause the mainstream scientists to sweat, powerfully corroborating the Genesis account, much to the chagrin of the Bible bashers; what should be shouted from the rooftops by the leaders of the young earth creationism movement is however now being hidden by them from the light of day.

So see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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