Man’s changing word vs God’s unchanging Word.

Today I read an article from MSN. This is what it says: “Astronomers have spotted a huge planet that they thought would not be able to exist. ” ‘The vast world – a Jupiter-like exoplanet that is 30 light-years away – could force us to re-write our understanding of how planets form’, scientists say. “It … More Man’s changing word vs God’s unchanging Word.

Dr. Tommy Mitchell, a speaker at Answers in Genesis, has died.

Dr Tommy Mitchell, a popular speaker at Answers in Genesis, has died at an age of 62. He is in a far better place now. Ken Ham, the founder and CEO of Answers in Genesis, said this: “It is with profound sadness that I report on the passing this morning of one of my dearest … More Dr. Tommy Mitchell, a speaker at Answers in Genesis, has died.

AI is becoming very powerful- and it’s only just getting worse.

Revelation 13:15 “And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.” Now what does that verse sound like? Artificial intelligence. AI. Today I found this- … More AI is becoming very powerful- and it’s only just getting worse.

It’s been 74 years since the Nagasaki atomic bomb was dropped.

On August 9 in 1945, the US deployed an atomic attack on Nagasaki following the attack on Hiroshima on August 6.  It was the second of two atom-bombs that where dropped over Japan in 1945. Although the bomb was more powerful than the one used on Hiroshima, its effects were confined by hillsides to the … More It’s been 74 years since the Nagasaki atomic bomb was dropped.

Hiroshima tribute.

Today marks 74 years since America bombed the town of Hiroshima with the Little-Boy nuclear bomb. 80,000 people where killed and 35,000 injured. 62,000 buildings where destroyed, with the explosion flattening every, single building in the radius of  1.6 miles. Before the explosion, there where 43,000 soldiers, 200 doctors and 1780 nurses. After? 23,000 soldiers, … More Hiroshima tribute.