TCA Lesson 044: Understanding Common Evolutionary Terms (Goal Posts–Part 5)

TCA Lesson 044: Understanding Common Evolutionary Terms (Goal Posts–Part 5)

When talking about creation and evolution, there is often a gigantic disconnect in the way terms are used and understood. Worse, there are terms we often use as creationists that unknowingly give unjust ground to evolutionary thinking! Learn how to work through those terms in this lesson.

In this lesson, you’ll learn:

  1. What constitutes “new information” and why it can’t be proof for evolutionary theory.
  2. What a scientific theory is, and why we should avoid trivializing evolution as such.
  3. Why Vestigial Organs do exist, and why they are still not necessarily proof of evolution.
  4. How to define what counts as a “transitional fossil.”

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Steve Schramm

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TCA Lesson 043: Getting Worldviews Right (Goal Posts–Part 4)

TCA Lesson 043: Getting Worldviews Right (Goal Posts–Part 4)

When we look at the concept of worldview, the problem of redefinition is rampant. Even terms like “Christian” and “atheist” are misunderstood. In this lesson, we’ll tackle these terms and more and try to get an accurate understanding.

In this lesson, you’ll learn:

  1. Why something can’t come from “nothing,” and why quantum mechanics won’t help.
  2. How to define the term “worldview” and how to understand what makes one worldview unique from another.
  3. Is “atheism” itself a worldview? Many atheists claim it isn’t, but I argue otherwise in this lesson.
  4. The proper definition of a “Christian” according to the Bible itself.
  5. Why presuppositional apologetics is neither circular reasoning or non-evidential in nature, and why we use it here at the Creation Academy.

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About The Author

Steve Schramm

Hi, I’m Steve, an author, speaker, and Bible teacher with a heart for exploring God’s Word and God’s world. I train Christians to become confident, passionate servants of Jesus, so they can grow in their walk with God and share their faith more persuasively. Be sure to browse the rest of the site for faith-affirming articles, podcasts, and videos!

Meet Steve

Meet Steve

Hi, I’m Steve, an author, speaker, and Bible teacher with a heart for exploring God’s Word and God’s world.

I train Christians to become confident, passionate servants of Jesus, so they can grow in their walk with God and share their faith more persuasively.

Be sure to browse the site for faith-affirming articles, podcasts, and videos!

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