In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation

The 8th Edition of In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood by Dr. Walt Brown, is now available free on his website! This is a must-read for any creationist or evolutionist.

Dr. Brown puts forth some very compelling arguments against evolution. So much so, it is this writers opinion that it will be impossible for anyone who reads it to believe in evolution after they do. If you have any honest, intellectual curiosity about origins, look no further.

His credentials are impeccable as is his science. He has an open challenge to a written scientific debate, open to everyone and anyone, with one stipulation- no religion, only science is allowed. The funny thing is- all of his doubters want to debate religion. I find that fact puzzling. Although, I have heard it said by a few high profile Creationists that evolution is a religion. I guess this proves it, again.

His hydro-plate theory will raise some eyebrows for sure. It is very logical and thought-provoking. As far as I’m concerned, it is the best theory I have ever heard. It answers a lot of questions and explains a lot of so-called unexplained science. I’m sure one day science will catch up to him, but for now, Dr. Walt Brown is way ahead of his time. Be sure to watch this 5-minute video.

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6 comments for “In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation

  1. September 11, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    The FLOOD, as in the Biblical version of creationism? What about the other thousands of gods and nearly as many hold books that have a different take on the origin of the universe? Don’t they count? If not, why not?

    • September 11, 2011 at 9:31 pm

      Of course, the Holy Bible is the most scrutinized book in all of antiquity, and yet it still stands true today, immovable, rock-steady, as a beacon of truth. The historical accuracy of it leads any scholar to conclude that it is indeed very accurate when it comes to history, genealogy, geography and more. NO other religious book comes close- none. In fact, no other book of any kind comes close.

      To deny that is to live in denial. I’d understand if you simply didn’t know, but if you are going to come on here and act all incredulous, and dumb- as if all those made-up gods hold any kind of candle to the God of the Bible, I figured I’d at least put the undeniable facts out there first- a reality check, if you will, just in case your question was genuine.

      The reliability of the Bible is not a matter of opinion. It is a well known fact. We can debate the supernatural things all we want to, but the verifiable things (genealogy, geography, history, etc) are all well verified many times over. The only logical conclusion is- maybe the rest of the Bible is accurate as well.

  2. Auustin
    July 17, 2013 at 1:53 am

    If you feel you can combat a sixteen year old boy, feel free to. I feel the hydro-plate theory has many falsehood’s such as the fact that water simply cannot exist beneath the plates and would never have even occurred there naturally. Open to debate, email me at [email protected]

    • July 17, 2013 at 12:18 pm

      Mmmm. I won’t disagree. It sounds completely plausible to me that water cannot exist beneath the plates. I don’t feel strongly enough to argue one way or the other. Something causes those plates to slide. Could be just the molten lava (or whatever) core material. However, I wouldn’t rule out water simply because of how much water is on the earth.

      BTW- Are you sure you wanted to post your email publicly? If not just let me know and I will remove it.

      Thanks for your comment.

    • T Jenkins
      July 24, 2013 at 1:31 am

      Actually there IS water under the Earths crust. I know that mainstream scientists have ridiculed that notion for years as a Myth or Fairy tale of the Bible.However, the recent findings of Seismologists have now determined there is the water equivalent to 1-5 times that which is in the entire worlds Oceans [Seismic evidence for subduction-transported water in the lower mantle, in Earth’s Deep-Water Cycle, AGU Monograph, 251-261, 2006](sic)[Murakami et al., 2002]. For lower mantle solubilities of 0.05 to 0.2 wt%, the lower mantle may hold 1 to 5 times the water in the Earth’s oceans….That much additional water would cover Mt Everest up to 2 miles above its current height. Seems alot of naysayers owe Dr Brown an apology. What else does his theory have correct that the others say is impossible?

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