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Bible Prophecy

Whitefox_AvatarRay: Our good friend Dr. Harold McCarthy is currently delivering two concurrent series on Bible Prophecy. We are featuring the videos of a weekly study on the Book of Revelation of which we are currently our third of what will be approximately thirty messages. We posted two of them at this website. The full complement will be findable at

I would also like to post here a few of the his other series of which there will be 14 videos in total. This study is based on Prophecy through the entire Bible and will also include the book of Revelation. The series is being delivered at Greenwood Gospel Hall in Toronto. If you are from Toronto you may wish to come and hear Dr. Harold McCarthy speak in person. Email me: r a y l u f f @ r o g e r s . c o m if you would like to have the specifics emailed to you.

This is the second of the twelve part series on Bible Prophecy. (Unfortunately the first message was lost due to a technical difficulty.)

The third message on Prophecy (October 29,2010 12:00 AM)


OR use TOOL BAR link at top of this website  BIBLE TRAINING / BIBLE PROPHECY


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Three reasons for rejecting Evolution

The fossil column is flawed

part 1

part 2

The Letter being quoted on this segment

Homonids are a Hoax

part 3

Radiometric dating is riddled with errors

part 4

part 5

Fallacies of Evolution: A Series of Three Lectures
Evolution is not accepted by all scientists and much less by all scholars; it is admittedly an unproven theory; it is by its own principles unscientific, unphilosophical, unchristian, and simply a rehash of the old teachings of chance garbed in scientific terms. No single case, in the theoretical and popular use of the term, has ever been shown, and there is no known cause which actuates it. …. it is flatly in opposition to the teachings of the Bible and destructive of all Christian faith; that it had its beginnings in heathenism and takes its ending in atheism. … The craze of the last half century is little more than a recrudescence of a philosophy which has divided the opinion of men from the earliest ages. In both Egyptian and East India mythology, the world and all things in it were evolved from an egg; and so in the Polynesian myths. … “Dr. Etheridge, of the British Museum, one of England’s most famous experts in fossilology, has passed the following criticism upon evolution: ‘In all this great museum there is not a particle of evidence of transmutation of species. Nine-tenths of the talk of evolutionists is sheer nonsense, not founded on observation and wholly unsupported by fact. This museum is full of proofs of the utter falsity of their views.’ ”

John D. Charles, Fallacies of Evolution: A Series of Three Lectures, 11,14,16-17 (Scottdale, PA: Mennonite Publishing House, 1917).

False Science is used by Evolutionists
Faith and Science Falsely so Called – John MacCarthur

Which Came First – The Chicken or the Egg?
Rethinking Evolution – Chicken or the Egg – by Ray Luff

What the Bible says about man’s deception and God’s desire that we know the truth
2 Thes. 2 – . 3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there first comes the Apostasy [falling away], … 9 … according to the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, 10 and with all deception of unrighteousness in those who perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. 11 And for this reason God shall send them a strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: 12 that they all might be judged [damned] who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness. (SKJV)

1 Tim. 6 – 20 … keep that which is committed to your(s) trust, avoiding dishonourable and vain babblings, and oppositions of science (knowledge) falsely so called: 21 which some asserting have erred concerning the faith. (SKJV)

1 Tim. 2 – 3 … God our Saviour; 4 … desires all men to be saved, and to come to a knowledge of the truth. (SKJV – Available at

Some interesting Videos on Youtube giving further reasons to reject evolution
(disclaimer: These videos of what others are saying who are not associated with our website.)
Expelled – Ben Stein interview with Richard Dawkins
Earth is 6,000 years old

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Evolution and Secular Thinking

RAY: For this week’s show we had Dr. Harold McCarthy joined us for an invigorating conversation which touched on the Ontario provincial government Dalton McGuinty’s non-constitutional opinion that he is Supreme and not the Roman Catholic church regarding what is taught in the Catholic School Boards of Ontario. We also discussed how the widespread common belief in Evolution drives secular thinking today. We are going to have Harold back next week so that we can continue this most interesting conversation that we started with him.

Part 1

Part 2

We are not planning to have live calling in for this show at this time. We hope to interact with those that wish to leave their comments at the website after each show. Let us know your opinions. We’d like to hear from you. You will see a Follow button on the left side of the screen that you can register to follow the conversation. Comment on occasion as well. Join in on the conversation.

Ray Luff,

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Creationism vs Evolution you be the judge!

BRAD: According to this article 4 out of 10 Americans believe in creationism but is lower than in previous years, hinting that maybe people’s views are changing like the political landscape.

If you’re in a room of 100 people, odds are likely about 40 think God created humans about 10,000 years ago, part of a philosophy called creationism, according to a Gallup poll reported Friday (Dec. 17). That number is slightly lower than in years past and down from a high of 47 percent in both 1993 and 1999.

And 38 percent of Americans, the poll estimates, believe God guided the process that brought humans from “cavemen” to today’s incarnation over millions of years, while 16 percent think humans evolved over millions of years, without any divine intervention.

This secular view, while a relatively small number, is up from 9 percent in 1982, according to Gallup.

Like most American attitudes, Gallup wrote, views on human origins have political consequences. For instance, debates and clashes over which explanations for human origins should be included in school textbooks have persisted for decades. And with 40 percent of Americans continuing to hold to an anti-evolutionary belief about the origin of humans, it is highly likely that these types of debates will continue, according to Gallup.

The findings also stand in stark contrast to another announcement Friday, this one by John Holdren, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. The memo was issued to federal science agencies to guide them in making rules to ensure scientific integrity.

The Gallup results are based on telephone interviews conducted Dec. 10-12 with a random sample of 1,019 adults, ages 18 and older, living in the continental United States. The findings were weighted by gender, age, race, education, religion and phone lines to make the sample nationally representative.

Americans’ views on human origins varied significantly by level of education and religion, the poll found. Those with less education were more likely to hold a creationist view that God created life thousands of years ago, while college graduates were more likely to hold one of the two viewpoints involving evolution.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Americans who attend church frequently were most likely to accept explanations for the origin of humans that involve God. Still, the creationist viewpoint, which was held by 60 percent of weekly churchgoers, wasn’t universal even among the most highly religious group. Also, about a fourth of those who seldom or never attend church choose the creationist view.

A significantly higher percentage of Republicans indicated a creationist view of human origins, which Gallup experts say reflects in part the strong relationship between religion and politics in contemporary America. Republicans are also significantly more likely to attend church weekly than are others. Democrats and Independents showed similar views on human origins:

  • Republicans: 36 percent think humans evolved through a God-guided process; 8 percent say God had no part in the process; and 52 percent held the creationist view.
  • Democrats: 40 percent agree with evolution through a God-guided process; 20 percent say God had no part in the process; and 34 percent held the creationist view.
  • Independents: 39 percent agree with evolution through a God-guided process; 21 percent say God had no part in the process; and 34 percent held the creationist view.

Gallup officials wrote that it’s not surprising some 80 percent of Americans hold a view of human origins that involves God, since most Americans believe in God and about 85 percent identify with a religion.

You can follow LiveScience Managing Editor Jeanna Bryner on Twitter @jeannabryner.

RAY: I was the director of an organization which concerned itself primarily with the debate between Secular Humanism and the Christian Worldview called “International Christian Crusade”. We saw as our primary goal as an organiztion (predating my involvement) the need to counter the belief of Secular Humanists in Evolution. We had a book we published that I hope to make available later on as downloadable .pdf called Evolution – Science Falsely so called”. Joining me on the board of that organization was “Dr. Harold McCarthy” who was also the past president of another organization called “Christian Science” which also was engaged agressively in the debate between Evolution and Creation. Harold also incidentally is a retired Professor and Dean of Humanities from Canada Christian College. Additionally Harold is one of the main scrutinizers of my written publications and especially in the translation work for the Simplified King James Bible that we make available at the sister website. I would like to have him join us for one of our shows so that we can have a good discussion on this topic of Evolution verses Creation. Brad let me know when I should invite him to join us on the show.
I made an invitiation to join this website at the website. I said a little more about the subject of creation and truth there that might be of interest to our readers
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