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How Does Faith Interact With Interpretation?

Updated: Mar 26, 2021

In the debate between creation-evolution, fossils, age of the earth, etc., etc. What is the bottom line? For believers? For unbelievers? Because we do not believe...does that mean it is not true?

Dinosaur and human footprints together...a hoax?
f you do not belief it, does it mean is is not true?

Faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. This is what the ancients were commended for. By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible. Hebrews 11:1-3


Were such fossil footprints shown conclusively to be authentic, they clearly would challenge mainstream geological and biological theories for the origins of the earth and life on that earth.
  • Why are their discrepancies in interpretation of science and what is observable?

  • How do Christians manage the Bible and Science?

  • How does science prove evolution?

  • What is the reason that colleges and universities will not teach creationism?

I submit that the answer to all of these questions is rooted in our worldview and beliefs...our faith.

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Paul Feltz
Paul Feltz
Mar 28, 2021

This actual footprint resides in a safe as part of the Creation Evidence Museum. A copy casting is displayed there. Dr. Baugh had the actual foot print sliced and found that there was clear evidence of foot print compression of the mud turned to stone. Clearly documenting the event rather than a carving mad by someone. Paul Feltz

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Martin Cochran
Martin Cochran
Jan 30, 2021

testing blog comment

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