Feb 09, White-Knuckling Valentine's Day: Episode Valentine's Day expectations, plus an interview with CCM artist Michael O'Brien, and a question about keeping dating both fun and intentional. Feb 02, We Are the World: Episode Stories of growing up as a missionary kid, plus an interview with singer-songwriter Sara Groves, and a question about race in church.
Episode Why some men don't like church, plus Jefferson Bethke on Jesus vs. Jan 19, Lovin' Life: Episode The latest pro-life news, plus one woman's abortion story, and a question about relationship doubts and second thoughts. Candice Watters and Leah Cangelose. Episode A ""Bachelor"" fascination, plus Mark and Grace Driscoll on marriage, and a question about infatuation. Jan 05, Love, Sex and Dating: Episode Highlights from some of this year's best show segments, plus Joe Wheeler reads two Christmas stories from his Christmas in My Heart collection.
Dec 22, Family Festivities: Episode Navigating family time during the holidays, plus a discussion on life's interruptions with Priscilla Shirer, and a question about a prodigal brother. Episode Breaking free dating site with instant messenger relationship patterns, plus Rebecca St.
Now that we have the real facts, we can see that this whale fossil is actually a good reason for rejecting Noah's flood as the source of the geologic column. Funny, how creationists often shoot themselves in the foot while trying to attack conventional geology. In order to collect the point, creationists must show that polystrate fossils exist where they shouldn't be. That involves a lot more work than conjuring up interesting pictures and local stories accompanied by much speculation.
Missing layers are no problem at all once one understands that the geologic column is an abstract conceptual tool, an ideal reference frame, which gives order to the overall geologic record. It's like a dictionary listing the more important English words. No one expects that every one of those words will be present in some history book.
Neither does the geologist expect any particular locality to exhibit all the known strata.