Weblinks for Bible Truths D, 3rd. ed.
Websites with helpful material about the creation/evolution controversy:
- Answers in Genesis—An apologetics (i.e., Christianity-defending) ministry, dedicated to enabling Christians to defend their faith and to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively.
- Creation Ministries International—A world renowned creationist ministry, formerly Answers in Genesis international, publishers of Creation Magazine and Journal of Creation.
- The Creation Research Society—A professional organization of trained scientists and interested laypersons who are firmly committed to scientific special creation.
- Institute for Creation Research—A Young Earth Creation science ministry which provides sub-ministries in education, publications, radio, museum, and more.
- WorldWideFlood—Noah’s Ark design site; hull size and shape, structure, interior layouts, construction options. Global flood mechanisms and wave severity.
Old Testament World:
- National Geographic—King Tut’s mummy to be displayed
- CBS News—Video and photos of the unveiling of King Tut’s face
- Tabernacle—Photos of a life-size model of Moses’s tabernacle
- How To—Detailed instructions for students to construct a model
- Affluenza.org—Articles exploring various aspects of consumerist culture
- PBS—A section of the PBS website containing many helpful resources
- Book—A 2002 release exploring the symptoms, causes, and cures of overconsumption
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