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[Episode 81] How could Adam both die the day he ate the fruit and sweat to eat bread for a long time before returning to dust? We examine what Jesus and Paul have to say to help us understand this puzzle, then learn how scientific journal writing works-for good and bad- and finish up with a visit to Cape Canaveral!
[Episode 80] If you wanted to make someone's jaw drop at how amazing God's power and wisdom are, what would you show them? Proverbs gives us the answer: the size of the ocean, the heavens, and the water underground. Then we look at some of the scariest and most amazing creatures of the ocean!
[Episode 79] What would have to change after Adam and Eve rebelled? God clues them in to the difficulties of all sorts that had to follow their choice. Then, we share some great places to experience creation for kids and finish up with unpowered flight for mankind! Shownotes
[Episode 78] What did the world look like when God began to use wisdom to create? There is so much to puzzle over in Proverbs 8, then we share some great creation speakers and tell about a project we did to bless one of them—Ken Ham.
[Episode 77] In the middle of the saddest chapter in all history comes a strange and special promise. What is "enmity"? What does "seed" mean? Why the seed of a woman? We look at this First Gospel and then lighten things up with lobster shells and snake skins!
[Episode 76] Want to tackle an idea that baffles pastors, professors, and philosophers? Proverbs 8:22-23 tells us something about not only wisdom, but God's relationship with time. Then we take a trip out West to visit the most amazing creation lab of the 20th Century and finish up with a set of creatures who give each other a boost through life!
[Episode 75] What's with God telling the Serpent it would crawl on the ground? Let's find out what the creation community has uncovered about snakes, legs, and dust. Then it's a bit of creation worldview thinking with real time experiments on a big scale at a ministry in Australia, followed up with the least messy way to do homespun experiments- in a baggie!
[Episode 74] Where does the Bible turn to help us picture what wisdom can do for us? Creation, of course! We explore Proverbs 8 then turn to an unusual animal featured in Answers Magazine, published by Answers in Genesis. Then, we share a great internet based homeschool resource that includes a whole video series on dinosaurs!
[Episode 73] Why is so hard to just admit we did something wrong? What has changed since Genesis 3 that can help us be honest with ourselves and God? We explore this next aspect of our sin nature and then move on to more fun things like a new kids' podcast app that includes our show, Leela Kids Podcasts App, and Creation Moments, another show they list. Then it's a tasty romp through the jungle to discover how we get chocolate!
[Episode 72] What does it take to be a good leader? Why should you start thinking about this now when you're little? Proverbs has some simple but powerful answers. Then we share about an amazing new nature documentary unafraid to give the credit to the real Creator and finish up with an dive to visit sea turtles! http://riotandthedance.com/
[Episode 71] What questions did God ask Adam to get him to be honest with himself about the choice he had made? What does our conscience do for us? We look at these teachings in Genesis 3, introduce you to a beautiful canyon like in the American West, but on a smaller scale, and tell you about the most fun creation books we've ever read!
[Episode 70] What does Proverbs have to say about our attitudes that impact how we do science? How does this work out as we look at things in distant galaxies? We examine these foundational outlooks on life and round out an extra packed episode with a visit to the coolest ice of all, glaciers!
[Episode 69] We've gotten to the saddest part of the Bible. Adam and his wife have rebelled and now God is coming. How do they react? What hints do these verses give us of their relationship with Him before sin, and what does God do with them now that they have?
Then, we share our thoughts about the most amazing creation movie of 2017 and take a dive with dolphins!
[Episode 67] What was it like for our parents right after they obeyed the Serpent and rebelled against God? Were their eyes opened? Were they comfortable? After a rather itchy topic, we share about David Rives' newest project, a free magazine for families and wrap up with a romp through some fun physics with the gyroscope!
Where would you go to find the coolest Bible passages about creation? Ever thought of Proverbs? We're starting a new series on how God the Creator is revealed in this book of wisdom, then meet someone who is doing what we might hope to as grownups and finish with the power that shapes our daily lives: electricity.
I heard this today and thought what John Wilkerson did with his family during the eclipse was absolutely perfect for what we do here. It's not often we have a chance to know something amazing is going to happen so far off, but he's absolutely right; if you live in the USA and can make plans for 2024, do it!
[Episode 65] It's time to tackle the saddest verse in the Bible. Not only did Eve fall for three temptations, we do the same things, too. And Adam?...
Then it's time to lighten up with a report on viewing the totality that passed over the USA on August 21, 2017.
Did you know there is a difference between worshipping God and praising him? We explore Psalm 95 and what it teaches us about the two, and, of course, how creation fits into both! Then it's time to find out what process scientists use to uncover new understanding and try it out with Invisible Ink.
[Episode 63] There are many voices trying to get us to follow their advice. Some tell us just what we want to hear; God tends to leave us with so many questions. We look at the most fateful conversation in history and what we need to watch out for in our own lives then take a savory turn to study salt, especially the kind in your kitchen!
[Episode 62] Did you know the Bible mentions flying reptiles? We dig deep into the Old Testament to find them, then, tell you about a kids' ministry that gets the importance of Genesis to the Gospel and finish up with a wild ride exploring Newton's Laws of Motion!
[Episode 61] Is God a meanie? Before tempting Eve to eat of the fruit Satan planted a deadly seed in her mind. Then we look at a brand new dino book from the Institute for Creation Research just for you and finish up with the smallest birds of all!
[Episode 60] Did you know the Tree of Life is mentioned in the future as well as our past? We look at the two passages that describe this amazing tree a focus in on the clues God has given us on how leaves can be medicine. Then we explore our favorite YouTube apologist and then swim with Penguins!
[Episode 59] It's the start of Genesis Chapter 3 and we start right out with the biggest Bad Guy of all time. Who was it? What does "subtle" mean? And, how long after Creation Week would this have been? We lighten things up with a look at digestion and finish with a simple experiment that works every time (plus it's pretty!).
[Episode 58] When God wanted Israel to really listen, what did he remind them of? We look at Isaiah to see how creation plays a big part in our respect for God, then share a review of the Patterns of Evidence: Young Explorers series, and discuss how the ancients understood geometry to create vaulted ceilings.
[Episode 57] What makes a new family? Who sets the rules for life and why? The end of Genesis 2 gives us some serious instructions for our lives and gives us a glimpse into the great treasure we lost when we sinned- no shame. Then, it's a fun romp through some fascinating animals scientists love to study including all kinds of eagles.
[Podcast Episode 56] How would you encourage yourself in the face of persecution? We travel to Acts to see what the early church did and visit some Old Testament examples of God's people reminding themselves of God's power as the Creator. Then we give you a sampling of other fascinating creation shows and plunge into the most vital liquid in the universe, Water!
My interview with Pat Roy
His daughters' Aquarium Minute page.
Real Science Radio interview with Dr. Rob Carter
[Episode 55] Did you know the story of Eve's creation teaches us a vital Christian doctrine? We explore our human connection, visit the Answers in Genesis Kids section, and investigate the tools that explorers through the ages have used to describe the globe- maps.
Want to see that ancient map copy? Check it out!
[Episode 54] There IS science in the Bible, at least in some translations. So what does the word mean and what does the Bible think about it? We review a fun way to find out the truth behind the California science textbooks and finish up with a young person's intro to crystallization and minerals.
[Episode 53] Did you know the medical sciences date back to the Sixth Day of Creation? We think back to God performing the first surgery and first anesthesia, then listen to a powerful analogy about how Natural Selection is thought of today and learn about alligators. Plus, we get to hear our first bit of audio feedback!
[Episode 52] Let's explore the solar system for some of the smallest objects orbiting our sun! We examine a recent article in the peer reviewed CRS Journal for fascinating facts about comets and other distant objects. Then, we hear what it's like as a kid reading through the Institute for Creation Research's new book about dinosaurs.
[Episode 51] It's a busy morning for Adam! We look at whether it was even possible for everything to have happened like God tells us it did and explore the wealth of ideas these verses contain. Then, it's a trip Down Under to think about how Kangaroos got to Australia and then it's over to Africa and Asia to learn about Elephants.
[Episode 50] Did you know Paul was blowing the minds of the wise men of Athens long before he talked about the Resurrection? We look as his first statements about who God is and then move to the kitchen to fluff up some bread!
[Episode 49] What can we learn about the nature of God and people from just one short verse? We take a good look at Genesis 2:18 to explore relationships and woman's place in creation. Then, we consider the purpose of pain receptors before the Fall and travel to the savanna to learn about giraffes!
[Episode 48] Ever wanted to see behind the scenes on how cool attractions are made? Come with us as we visit the artists who bring the Ark and the Creation Museum to life! Plus, we share about a little book introducing kids to one of the most important hallmarks of evolutionary thinking, Ape-Men.
[Episode 47] Dreaming of visiting the full scale ark model in Kentucky? Join us to see what it's like visiting with little ones and what we all enjoyed about this historical experience. (Hint: it's everything I'd hoped for and more!)
Shownotes for pictures
[Episode 46] Did you know the Bible gives us enough dates to calculate the age of the earth and where different people fit into history remarkably accurately? We explore this, then visit Kids Find Truth.com to see how those who reject the Bible come up with their dates, including the place of Carbon-14 in their thinking, and then shrink down to examine atoms, the building blocks of matter.
[Episode 45] Wouldn't it have been better if God had just never created the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil? We examine why we needed God to make it, what was up with dying "in the day thou eatest", and what we learn about God's character by how he set things up. Then, it's a brief journey to the stars, binary stars, and a report on the King of Beasts, the lion!
Episode 44: Other early writings sound remarkably similar to parts of the Bible. Does this mean the Hebrews adapted human religion to suit their own needs, or is there some other answer? We explore this, recommend some of my favorite creation podcasts, and explore the fascinating mechanics of gears!
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[Episode 43] You live in paradise, you have a perfect body and mind, and there are no enemies: what would you spend your time doing? We explore the first assignment God gave our father Adam and the kinds of things he would have needed to think about to do a good job.
Don't miss the shownotes for all the great links!
[Episode 42] We see evidence for our Designer everywhere, but many people don't. We explore what's going on and learn to recognize the difference between Presuppositional and Evidentialist Apologetics in this mega sized episode. Don't worry, there are fossil bugs and Sea Anemones to round things out, too!
Don't miss the Shownotes!
[Episode 41] Let's explore the tiny clues God gave us about what Eden and the original Land around it was like. Then, it's an exciting mini interview with one of the best Creation Apologists, logic teachers, and astronomers we have: Dr. Jason Lisle. The show wraps up with a whirlwind tour of what, where, and how tornadoes work.
[Episode 40] So, God's just helped your people rebuild your city; you take a big chunk of time to read the Bible together and confess your sin. Now it's time to worship. What would *you* start with? Nehemiah gives us the answer. Then, our first young person interview takes some interesting turns, including to feathers on dinosaurs. Last, put your hand on your chest and get ready to thank Jesus for the powerhouse sustaining our life every second: our heart!
[Episode 39] What can we learn about God forming man from the "dust of the ground"? There's a lot to learn from this one short verse! We get to listen to a testimony of a young man who looked at the evidence to see whether his teachers or God were more reliable and what he's done in the decades since. Then, we get introduced to an exciting series of stories written to help kids understand and share about creation!
Find out more about Pastor Tim Stout at Creation Truth Outreach, Inc.
The Creation Science Club books we are reviewing are available from Creation Ministries International: affiliate link
[Episode 38] Don't be scared of secular books for kids! Just sit down with them and learn the difference between what we know and what the book writers want them to believe. It's busy summer time here, so no report, but we have a good time snuggling on the couch and sharing with you how I teach young ones to understand what the secular writers don't share with kids. At the end of the day, the natural world shows us its Creator clearly.
[Episode 37] Come take a deep dive into one of the most confusing bits of the Creation account. We'll look at the heavenly "generations", explore what the plants of the field would have been, and imagine what the "mist" God mentions means. Then we VisitCreation.org , and learn about roly-poly creatures!
[Episode 36] For hundreds of years people have accused the Bible of describing the earth as flat. We look at the verses they get this idea from and think about what is really happening. Then, we hear a report on how play dough and your hands help us see how impossible it would be to get life started by random processes.
Check out all the resources we mention on today's Show Notes!
[Episode 35] Where did our 7 day week come from? What do the 10 Commandments have to do with Genesis 1-2? We take a dive into the end of Creation Week and meet some animals that help us picture this along the way. Legends remembering Noah's Flood wrap up this jam packed show!
[Episode 34] What does the natural world really say about where it came from? The Bible gives us a very clear answer that it points towards God as Creator. We explore both the Bible and a couple examples of how this idea works out as we look around us. Then, we share some things we've examined under the microscope.
[Episode 33] Would you have needed to worry about a T-Rex in the Garden of Eden? What did God have his creatures eat before Adam's sin messed things up? We explore this and then hear a delightful report on a super (tiny) creature, the Waterbear aka Tardigrade!
[Episode 32] Have you noticed how full of mathematics the world is? We explore some of the places and ways math shows up using a friend the Insect Man's article as our starting point. Come discover with us!
[Episode 31] We can learn a lot from Genesis 1:28. It is one of the core ideas about history! We explore passages across the Bible to understand God's extraordinary plan for us, and Jesus. Then we get to lighten up with an intro to furry foxes.
[Episode 30] Think you know about DNA? Come explore with us this miniature book of directions1 We'll look at things everyone learns, and then fact check claims to see how reality matches up. Then we'll hear about the largest of the dog kind: the wolf.
[Episode 29] What makes humans, and me, important? This episode is all about answering this bedrock question. How did God show our unique position in creation by what He told us in Genesis 1? We explore some of the many gifts God gave us to help us fill our place on earth. Then, we hear a little more about the part of our body we see the most- our skin!
Episode 28: [Mini episode] Did everyone in the ancient world think the sea flowed into the ground water or the rain was caused by a dragon? We explore some of the amazing verses in the Bible about rain and the water cycle!
Mini Episode 27: Why will there never be enough scientific evidence to prove God is real in this life? I share an article on what the Bible tells about what's going on and how to think and pray for people who can't seem to find God.
Episode 26: Did you know many places in the Bible tell us how much God cares about all his creatures? We explore these verses, look at one example of God's special design, and hear about some experiments learning the special properties of God's world.
Episode 25: Shownotes Hebrew leaves plenty of room for scientific study and we explore a few clues God left us about the Day 6 creatures. Then, a reminder of the foundational beliefs of kinds vs. fixism helps the kids know we follow the Bible not Aristotle. Followed by a fascinating report on Polar Bears!
Episode 24: Shownotes Psalm 146 reminds us of how powerful God is as Creator. We explore one of his more mysterious sea creatures, the often misunderstood Argonaut. Then we hear a report on DNA, the ultimate builders' guide, authored by God!
Episode 23: What do bats and pterosaurs have in common? How they get around gives scientists plenty to puzzle over. But first, a list of all the major bird families (and websites to find out more), and then it's underwater to visit the gentle giants, Manatees!
Episode 22: What kinds of creatures would God have filled the skies with on Day 5? We explore the major groups and examine a few of the coolest. Then, the kids will tell us about some experiments about sound and time.
Episode 21: How long was it before God started sending warnings about judgment and salvation? Does thinking about creation hurt or help us tell about Jesus? And, what makes Albert Einstein so famous? We look at all these questions in today's episode
Episode 20: Just how many kinds of creatures fill Earth's oceans? We try to check out as many basic classes of animals possible and take some time to mourn the loss of those we only know from fossils. Then, we hear a report on God's fastest sprinter, the Cheetah!
Reminders of God as Creator are hidden all through the Scriptures. Today we look at the first two chapters of the Book of Hebrews and how it points at Jesus as the maker of all things. Then we learn about a fascinating way mathematical shapes work out in theory and in the natural world. Last, we hear about God's biggest creature, the Blue Whale.
Episode 18: This podcast wraps up our series on the celestial bodies God created on Day 4 of Creation Week with the planets. We explore why we call them “planets”, learn something special about each one and even a couple ways to remember their names in order. Then we share how we tried out our new geology kit and our first experiment for this year’s science course.
Just how many stars are there? Do we know how many are in our neighborhood? Can we even measure the size of the universe to make decent guesses? We look at the answers to these questions and wonder at an amazing verse telling us this is no problem for God. Next, we learn a cool fact about a cool animal family: Cephalopods. Then it's on to the simple machines we rely on every day and explore a little of how God uses them, too.
Episode 16: We're back on Day 4 of Creation Week exploring the biggest understatement ever! What are stars like? Why do scientists who live for decades predicting what would take billions of years to happen? And, a little of how God might have flung the stars into place while letting us see them. Then, we learn about a totally different light source: electrical switches.
Episode 15: Today we look at an important Greek word about who Jesus is, we talk about some cool jungle missionary kids, share our experiments watching salt burn, and have a look at some awesome fossils.
It's a jam packed episode. I can't wait to share it with you!
We explore our closest heavenly neighbor, find out how it helps us live on earth, and hear about the outspoken faith of many astronauts. Lastly, Joseph shares a report on one of his favorite animals, the penguin.
Episode 13: How was there day and night if God didn't make the sun until Day 4? We have a look at other places in the Bible that clearly answer this puzzle. Then, we have a look at another dinosaur who might have been leviathan and wrap up with an amazing Creation Scientist, George Washington Carver!
Episode 12 starts covering Day 4 of Creation Week: We explore the wonderful and amazing star closest to earth. We find out how hot it gets, how far away it is, and how it protects us. Our cohosts today are 8 and 6 years old, just right for learning about how awesome God was giving us our source of physical heat and light.
Episode 11: Did you know the Bible talks about scientists? We have a look at an interesting word on this from the Old Testament. Then, we explore some brand new islands popping up around the world. Last, we hear a report on an ancient weapon, the Atlatl.
Episode 10: Ever stopped to think about what God meant when He made living things “after their kinds”? Through the years this issue has caused a lot of confusion and even doubt about God’s word. We go all the way back to the beginning of fossil studies to see what happened in the church because of inaccurate […]
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Episode 9: Did you know God compares the natural world to your worn out clothes? We explore Creation Ministries International’s magazine article about how arches and other geological features are falling down far faster than “millions of years” thinking would have us believe. We have a look at biomimicry of the kind of plate armor reptiles and […]
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Episode 8: Ever tried to picture what the first life on earth really looked like? God tells us! We take some time to look at the process people must believe in if they refuse to remember God created them: Spontaneous Generation. We spend a minute thinking about the different classes of plants, and then hear from Joseph […]
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Episode 7: Did you know God tells us about a creature He made that breathes fire? Find out all about it in today’s episode! Then we have a look at some exciting places around the USA to spend your Summer vacation. We close out with a report about tigers and how people are working to save the […]
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Episode 6: Everything we see around us had a beginning. So. Did God? In this episode we take a look at one of the biggest questions in the universe. Next, we unwind a little with optical illusions and the tricks our eyes play on us. Then we hear from you about the three main types of rock. […]
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Episode 5: Ever wondered how we can see things billions of light years away when God only made the stars a few thousand years ago? God gives us the answer in His Word! Next, we have a look at one of the coolest fossils to come to the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum in years: a dinosaur […]
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Episode 4: Why did God double up on the work He did on Day 3 of Creation Week? Want to hear some of our favorite kitchen science experiments? Check out this week’s episode of the Creation Science 4 Kids show! Erosion Everything God does is for a good reason and we are wise to pay attention to […]
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Episode 3: Ever wondered what God thought about how long Creation Week lasted? Some people got to hear God speaking out loud telling them He wanted them to follow His original seven day plan for working and resting. You can check it out for your self in Exodus chapter 20 as we explore this and more in […]
Episode 2: What was the Holy Spirit doing while “hovering over the waters”? Why is the sky blue? These are the questions we look at today. Plus, we get to meet a superhero who likes to explore the natural world on his day off. Or, is it? Listen to find out what he does when he runs […]
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Episode 1: Why did God speak the universe into existence? What is the biggest dinosaur we've found so far? Who was Michael Faraday? We look at all these in the pilot episode of the Creation Science 4 Kids Show! […]
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