Monthly Archives: June 2014

New Creation Museum Opens in Idaho

http://www.idahostatejournal.com/news/state/creationist-museum-opens-in-southwest-idaho/article_4858d510-fea1-5403-8e84-b34100ae3208.html

Just wanted to share that a museum has opened that presents a literal Genesis account of creation. A recent gallup poll reports that 42% of Americans believe the earth was created by God around 6,000 years ago.

Sound crazy to you? Are you a Christian? If you are, then here’s something even more crazy, believing that a man can raise the dead and even more, raise himself from the dead. As Christians, we sit on 2,000 years of history but imagine if it had only happened 20 years ago. Would you believe it?

If you believe it becasue the Bible says so, then why would you not believe in a literal Genesis account of creation? If your answer is science has shown that the earth is much older, then you have to admit that science has shown that a man cannot raise another man from the dead who’s been dead for 4 days, much less raise himself from the dead.

Anytime you look back in time and try to explain what happened you must make assumptions because neither you nor anyone else was there to witness it, except of course for God who explained it in the only way we could understand. Pick up any scientific pub and you’ll notice it begins with a brief description of the entire body of work. Genesis is that 300-word abstract that describes a larger body of work that is indescribable from a human’s point of view and limited intellect.

It’s hard to care more about what God thinks of you than people, but the choice is yours. I struggle with it but when push comes to shove I remember that no matter how far I fall short or how many times I stumble in sin, God will never write me off because I believe that his one and only Son gave his life as a ransom for mine.

Thanks and God bless,

R.H.

Malevolent Tide’s characters span the spectrum of beliefs and have direct conversations that include real facts about the fatal flaws of secular evolutionary theory and likelihood of creation.

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First Rule that Conservation can Learn from Christianity: Treat Others better than They Treat You

Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear.
-Ephesians 4:29

For Christians, no matter what is thrown at us, we should respond as Christ did when he was challenged. Truth tempered with grace and a faithful patience knowing that you will be treating others better than they are treating you. That’s what the Saviour did for you and me.

For conservationists, no matter what is thrown at us, we should respond as Christ did when he was challenged.  Now whether you’re Christian or not, for the sake of conservation, we should try to educate (edify) others about the value of conserving fish and wildlife and water by speaking to the issue at hand (not in generalities) with truth and grace and without condemnation of the person or any organization. Everyone wants a roof over their heads and food on their plate and all have fallen short of being perfect (none of us are plants); we are all sinners (consumers).

Why is this the first rule? It’s first because it determines whether someone will be listening to understand versus listening to formulate an opposing argument. The way the information is presented is percieved before the information is processed and the quality of the information, however accurate and precise, is secondary to the way the information is presented. The mindset and attitude of a person affects logical processing.

Why do we want them to listen to understand rather than listen to formulate an arguement?  Simply because it is much better to change the way a person thinks than to only change the way they behave because their thoughts control their behavior even when no one is watching and no laws are present.

In a nutshell, Dispense truth gracefully with the patient expectation that you’ll be treating others better than they treat you. Yes, it’s easy to say, hard to do, but God loves creation and he will help you if you ask.

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First Rule that Conservation can Learn from Christianity: Treat Others better than They Treat You

Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear.
-Ephesians 4:29

For Christians, no matter what is thrown at us, we should respond as Christ did when he was challenged. Truth tempered with grace and a faithful patience knowing that you will be treating others better than they are treating you. That’s what the Saviour did for you and me.

For conservationists, no matter what is thrown at us, we should respond as Christ did when he was challenged.  Now whether you’re Christian or not, for the sake of conservation, we should try to educate (edify) others about the value of conserving fish and wildlife and water by speaking to the issue at hand (not in generalities) with truth and grace and without condemnation of the person or any organization. Everyone wants a roof over their heads and food on their plate and all have fallen short of being perfect (none of us are plants); we are all sinners (consumers).

Why is this the first rule? It’s first because it determines whether someone will be listening to understand versus listening to formulate an opposing argument. The way the information is presented is percieved before the information is processed and the quality of the information, however accurate and precise, is secondary to the way the information is presented. The mindset and attitude of a person affects logical processing.

Why do we want them to listen to understand rather than listen to formulate an arguement?  Simply because it is much better to change the way a person thinks than to only change the way they behave because their thoughts control their behavior even when no one is watching and no laws are present.

In a nutshell, Dispense truth gracefully with the patient expectation that you’ll be treating others better than they treat you. Yes, it’s easy to say, hard to do, but God loves creation and he will help you if you ask.

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Malevolent Tide is a book for Dads who like to read and those who don’t – here’s why

It’s a page turner with all the thrills of Crichton and Clancy and Peretti. The main character, Justin Greer, is a husband, a father, a man of science, a man of faith, albeit immature in the beginning. Like Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Justin is an ordinary man thrown into an extraordinary situation where he must deal with an ecoterrorist, a deadly seductress, and an elite special forces unit, the Delta Sierras (Dragon Slayers). To me, the best part is that it gives a clear message about God that is subtle yet compelling. Read the first few chapters and glowing reviews at Amazon.com by clicking on the link below. And, Please share with your friends!

Malevolent Tide – Amazon.com (paperback and kindle)

Thaanks and God Bless,

RH

 

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First Rule that Conservation can Learn from Christianity: Treat Others better than They Treat You

Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear.
-Ephesians 4:29

For Christians, no matter what is thrown at us, we should respond as Christ did when he was challenged. Truth tempered with grace and a faithful patience knowing that you will be treating others better than they are treating you. That’s what the Saviour did for you and me.

For conservationists, no matter what is thrown at us, we should respond as Christ did when he was challenged.  Now whether you’re Christian or not, for the sake of conservation, we should try to educate (edify) others about the value of conserving fish and wildlife and water by speaking to the issue at hand (not in generalities) with truth and grace and without condemnation of the person or any organization. Everyone wants a roof over their heads and food on their plate and all have fallen short of being perfect (none of us are plants); we are all sinners (consumers).

Why is this the first rule? It’s first because it determines whether someone will be listening to understand versus listening to formulate an opposing argument. The way the information is presented is percieved before the information is processed and the quality of the information, however accurate and precise, is secondary to the way the information is presented. The mindset and attitude of a person affects logical processing.

Why do we want them to listen to understand rather than listen to formulate an arguement?  Simply because it is much better to change the way a person thinks than to only change the way they behave because their thoughts control their behavior even when no one is watching and no laws are present.

In a nutshell, Dispense truth gracefully with the patient expectation that you’ll be treating others better than they treat you. Yes, it’s easy to say, hard to do, but God loves creation and he will help you if you ask.

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If you believe God created humans and everything else in the last 10,000 years you’re not alone

Recent gallup poll of over a thousand people from all 50 states indicate that between 40 and 42% of Americans have a Biblical worldview of creation. 30% believe God guided an evolutionary process and 19% believe God had no involvement.  http://urcall.org/gallup-poll/

75% of all polled identidy themselves as Christians. These numbers are in total contrast to the message that hammers us everyday but if we are willing to accept the results of other Gallup polls are more or less accurate then we should give them some credit and realize that you creationists out there are not alone. I’m one and so are about 150 million other Americans.

Happy Friday!

RH

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Huge Oceans Discovered Deep Within Earth: Science is Catching Up with Biblical Knowledge

From the esteemed Journal Science http://www.designntrend.com/articles/15353/20140612/huge-ocean-of-water-discovered-deep-below-earths-surface.htm

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Enviroactivist of Today Catching up with Malevolent Tide’s Activist of Tomorrow: Today Billionairre Climate Change Activist Spending $100 million to attack climate deniers

Here’s the link http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/tom-steyer-pac-targets-climate-denier-gop

Today environmental activists are attacking climate “deniers”. Malevolent Tide looks into the future when an envirooextremist billionairre with an earth first, humans second, deep ecology philosophy is fed up with talking about climate change and acquires the technology that could cause an ice age that would lead to global starvation. Sounds far-fetched today, but a Malevolent Tide is slowly creeping in.

Want to know how to turn the Tide? Please share and Pray that God will give our leaders vision and wisdom.

Want a vision of what the true battle looks like? Read first chapters for free and buy Malevolent Tide – Amazon.com (paperback and kindle)

 

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Read first few Chapters of Malevolent Tide for Free !!

It’s a page turner with all the thrills of Crichton and Clancy and Peretti. The main character, Justin Greer, is a husband, a father, a man of science, a man of faith, albeit immature in the beginning. Like Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Justin is thrown into an extraordinary situation where he must deal with an evil bilionairre ecoterrorist, a deadly seductress, and an elite special forces unit. Read the first few chapters and glowing reviews at Malevolent Tide – Amazon.com (paperback and kindle)

Thanks and God Bless,

RH

 

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Malevolent Tide is a book for Dads who like to read and those who don’t – here’s why

It’s a page turner with all the thrills of Crichton and Clancy and Peretti. The main character, Justin Greer, is a husband, a father, a man of science, a man of faith, albeit immature in the beginning. Like Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Justin is an ordinary man thrown into an extraordinary situation where he must deal with an ecoterrorist, a deadly seductress, and an elite special forces unit, the Delta Sierras (Dragon Slayers). To me, the best part is that it gives a clear message about God that is subtle yet compelling. Read the first few chapters and glowing reviews at Amazon.com by clicking on the link below. And, Please share with your friends!

Malevolent Tide – Amazon.com (paperback and kindle)

Thaanks and God Bless,

RH

 

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