Ben Clausen

Ben Clausen, Ph.D., is a scientist at the Geoscience Research Institute, Loma Linda California, United States.

Evolution Impossible: 12 Reasons Why Evolution Cannot Explain the Origin of Life on Earth

For those who would like a summary of standard creationist arguments, John Ashton provides an impressive list: problems with the big bang theory, the fine-tuned conditions for life on earth, the low probabilities for the chance formation of organic molecules, life’s complexity, few beneficial muta­tions have been observed, the lack of intermediate fossils, mass extinctions, well-preserved fossils including organic material, catastrophic sedimentary deposits, and many others.

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Science, Creation and the Bible: Reconciling Rival Theories of Origins

The authors attempt to reconcile rival theories of origins.

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Experiencing the power of God

David marveled at the vastness of the heavens as he took time to study them (Ps. 8:3, 4).

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Faith and science: a personal story

As a scientist, I do research in the area of radiometric dating and the directly associated earth science concepts of plate tectonics2 and magma cooling rates.3 I am also a person of faith and a strong believer in the importance of Genesis 1-11, but I work daily with data that I don't know how to fit into a short time frame. I would like to find convincing evidence confirming the literalness of the Genesis record, but in my area of research I usually find that the data fits better with a long-age model. Nevertheless, though I may appear to some to bow to the god of evolution in my research, just as Naaman told Elisha, I also declare, "[Y]our servant will not offer burnt offering or sacrifice to any god but the Lord."

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