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The Creation Podcast

English, Christianity, 1 season, 124 episodes
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The Creation Podcast is a ministry of the Institute for Creation Research. Find answers to some of the most pressing questions of faith and science, and listen to science and Bible experts examine the latest discoveries from a biblical worldview.
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What Really Swallowed Jonah? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 57

The book of Jonah contains the historical account of the prophet Jonah. In verse 17 of chapter 1, the text states that the Lord prepared a great fish to swallow Jonah... That can't be right can it? Did Jonah really spend 3 days and 3 nights inside an aquatic creature?   Host Lauren and Dr. Brian Thomas discuss this important topic on episode 57 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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Volcanoes on Mars??? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 58

Geologic activity shows signs of youth not just on our planet, but all throughout the universe. As we discover more about our solar system and the depths of space, we learn that many of these 'cold, dead celestial bodies' still show geologic signs of recent creation.   Host Lauren and Dr. Jake Hebert discuss this important topic on episode 58 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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Eugenics, Evolution, and a Death-Driven Worldview | The Creation Podcast: Episode 59

Evolution is undoubtedly a death-driven worldview, and holding this worldview can play out in a variety of horrible ways: eugenics, abortion, euthanasia, and more.   Host Trey and Dr. Randy Guliuzza discuss this important topic on episode 59 of The Creation Podcast!             &nbs... More...
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3 Astronomical Evidences from Deep Space that Counter the Big Bang Theory | The Creation Podcast: Episode 60

When we look into the depths of space, objects are easily found that seem to nullify the Big Bang theory that so many people cling to! Do these astronomical evidences really disprove the Big Bang? Is there another option?   Host Lauren and Dr. Jake Hebert discuss this important topic on episode 60 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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4 Undeniable Signs of a Young Solar System | The Creation Podcast: Episode 61

Many scientists claim that our solar system is 4.5 billion years old, but is that number right? Absolutely not. In fact, our solar system looks very young.   Host Trey and Dr. Jake Hebert discuss this important topic on episode 61 of The Creation Podcast!              More...
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Seven Magnificent Mammals that Confirm Creation! | The Creation Podcast: Episode 62

Evolutionists claim that mammals are some of the most highly evolved forms of life, but when we look at the mammals themselves, we see careful design, not random chance!   Host Lauren and Dr. Frank Shewrin discuss a number of fascinating creatures on episode 62 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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Where Did All the Dark Matter Go?! | The Creation Podcast: Episode 63

What is dark matter? WHERE is dark matter? Does it exist? Does it matter?   Host Trey and Dr. Jake Hebert discuss dark matter, dark energy, and more on episode 63 of The Creation Podcast!              More...
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Seven Incredible Invertebrates That Confirm Creation | The Creation Podcast: Episode 64

Evolutionists claim that invertebrates are simple creatures, representing some of the earliest evolved forms of life, but when we take a closer look, we see careful design, not random chance!   Host Trey and Dr. Frank Sherwin discuss several fascinating creatures on episode 64 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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How the Oceans Were Made: Ancient Sea Floor Uncovered by Genesis History | The Creation Podcast: Episode 65

Dive deeper than you ever have before and uncover the mysteries of our ocean floor! How did it form, and when? Where do tectonic plates fit into the puzzle?   Host Trey and Dr. Timothy Clarey discuss this fascinating topic on episode 65 of The Creation Podcast!              More...
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Taking a Closer Look at Uniquely Human Eyes | The Creation Podcast: Episode 66

While we might take them for granted, our eyes are incredibly complex organs. How do they work? Is it possible for eyes to have evolved over long spans of time? Host Lauren and Dr. Randy Guliuzza discuss the eyes and the concept of complex engineering on episode 66 of The Creation Podcast!              ... More...
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Rapid Erosion Devastates Deep Time! | The Creation Podcast: Episode 67

Erosion takes place slowly, over millions of years, right? That's what mainstream science tells us anyway. Or, does erosion happen far more quickly than we're led to believe? Host Trey and Dr. Timothy Clarey discuss this fascinating topic on episode 67 of The Creation Podcast!              More...
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Homo Erectus: The Shocking Truth About the "Ape Man" | The Creation Podcast: Episode 68

Homo erectus, or "Upright Man," has been upheld as a piece of mankind's "evolutionary history" since its discovery in 1891. But what exactly is this supposed ancestor? How old is it really? Host Trey and Dr. Jeff Tomkins discuss this vital topic on episode 68 of The Creation Podcast!              More...
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Homo Naledi: The Lies Behind Evolution's Rising Star | The Creation Podcast: Episode 69

Homo naledi, once evolution's 'rising star,' was considered to be a prime example of human evolution. But is it really proof? Or is this discovery just another dishonest attempt to garner fame, funding, and fortune?   Host Trey and Dr. Jeff Tomkins discuss this vital topic on episode 69 of The Creation Podcast!   Articles:   Homo naledi: Another Failed Evolutionary Ape-Man   Homo naledi Didn't Behave Like Humans   No scientific evidence that Homo naledi buried their dead and produced rock art     More...
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Dismantling Evolution One Gear At A Time! | The Creation Podcast: Episode 70

The human body is a marvel of complexity and the more we learn about it, the more miraculous our existence becomes! Can evolution explain the existence of the human body?   Host Lauren and Dr. Randy Guliuzza discuss this vital topic on episode 70 of The Creation Podcast!   Resources:   Twenty Evolutionary Blunders           More...
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Ernst Haeckel: Evolutionary Huckster | The Creation Podcast: Episode 71

Ernst Haeckel, a German Zoologist, is famous for developing a series of images of embryos in development called Anthropogenie. These images, supposedly proof of evolution, dominated culture and textbooks for some time.   But Haeckel was wrong, and the damage he caused has never quite been undone. What happened?   Host Trey and Dr. Randy Guliuzza discuss this vital topic on episode 71 of The Creation Podcast!   Resources:   Twenty Evolutionary Blunders           More...
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Four Moons That Indicate a Young Universe | The Creation Podcast: Episode 72

Earth has one moon, but Jupiter has many! What can we learn from our celestial neighbor's satellites? Do they indicate youth?   Host Lauren and Dr. Jake Hebert discuss this vital topic on episode 72 of The Creation Podcast!                More...
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Uncovering the Secrets of Earth's Oceans | The Creation Podcast: Episode 73

The oceans cover most of our planet's surface. Uniformitarians claim the oceans are nearly 4 billion years old, but the evidence says otherwise.   Host Trey and Dr. Jeff Tomkins discuss this vital topic on episode 73 of The Creation Podcast!              ... More...
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Uncovering the Secrets of Earth's Oceans | The Creation Podcast: Episode 73

The oceans cover most of our planet's surface. Uniformitarians claim the oceans are nearly 4 billion years old, but the evidence says otherwise.   Host Trey and Dr. Jeff Tomkins discuss this vital topic on episode 73 of The Creation Podcast!              ... More...
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Dinosaurs with Bird Brains??? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 74

Evolutionists claim that birds are descended from dinosaurs. A feature that is often cited as linking these two types of creatures is the brain. But are the brains of dinosaurs and birds really that similar?   Host Trey and Dr. Tim Clarey discuss this vital topic on episode 74 of The Creation Podcast!              More...
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The Power of Film & Video: Reaching All Ages with Truth | The Creation Podcast: Episode 75

Is there a place for the use of film and video within Christianity? If so, how can we leverage this powerful tool to reach viewers of all ages with the truth of the Gospel?   Join Trey and other Media & Marketing team members as they discuss this vital topic on episode 75 of The Creation Podcast!              More...
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Darwin, Hitler, and the Holocaust Part 1 - A Faulty Foundation | The Creation Podcast: Episode 76

From 1941 to 1945, Nazi Germany and its allies systematically murdered approximately six million Jews in a genocide known as the Holocaust. This was, at the time, around two-thirds of Europe’s Jewish population. Alongside the Jews, others who had been deemed ‘inferior’ suffered during the Nazi’s reign. This included the Roma, the Polish, people of Slavic descent, black people, the mentally ill, and the disabled. But why? To what end? In this three-part series, we’re going to look at the roots of the Holocaust from a scientific perspective as well as uncover the Darwinian undercurrent that allowed it all to take place.   Join Trey and ICR President, Dr. Randy Guliuzza as they discuss this vital topic on Episode 76 of The Creation Podcast.        More...
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Darwin, Hitler, and the Holocaust Part 2 - More Than Animals | The Creation Podcast: Episode 77

From 1941 to 1945, Nazi Germany and its allies systematically murdered approximately six million Jews in a genocide known as the Holocaust. This was, at the time, around two-thirds of Europe’s Jewish population. Alongside the Jews, others who had been deemed ‘inferior’ suffered during the Nazi’s reign. This included the Roma, the Polish, people of Slavic descent, black people, the mentally ill, and the disabled. But why? To what end? In this three-part series, we’re going to look at the roots of the Holocaust from a scientific perspective as well as uncover the Darwinian undercurrent that allowed it all to take place.   In our last episode, we discussed the philosophers and thought leaders that set the stage for the atrocities of the holocaust. Today, we’ll be diving into the specifics of scientific racism, eugenics, and attempted genocide as practiced by Nazi Germany.    Join Trey and ICR President, Dr. Randy Guliuzza as they discuss this vital topic on Episode 77 of The Creation Podcast.     More...
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Devastating, Dangerous, and Deadly Bacteria? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 56

Bacteria are everywhere! While we can't see them with the naked eye, these little critters are everywhere, even in and on your body! Some of these bacteria can cause serious problems! Where did they come from? What is their role in creation?   Host Trey and Dr. Frank Sherwin discuss this important topic on episode 56 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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Geological Evidences for a Young Earth - Pt 2 | The Creation Podcast: Episode 55

Some people claim that our planet is billions of years old. The geologic features we see are supposedly ancient, carved out over long spans of time by natural processes. Is this true?   Host Lauren and Dr. Tim Clarey discuss this important topic on episode 55 of The Creation Podcast! (Watch Geological Evidences for a Young Earth - Pt. 1 HERE)            More...
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What Happened with Washington's Violent Volcano? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 23

How did a 1980 volcanic eruption change our understanding of geology? What impact did this event have on the age assignments of sediments? Join us for episode 23 of The Creation Podcast to commemorate the 42nd anniversary of the eruption of Mount St. Helens. Host Ivana Semidey and ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey discuss the surprising discoveries made from observing the eruption, and how this volcano confirmed the feasibility of catastrophic geology and provided compelling evidence of rapid deposition.         More...
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Is Genesis History? | Climate Research Update

Physicist Dr. Jake Hebert discusses weaknesses in secular explanations for an Ice Age, how a biblical event best explains it, and why Christians don’t need to panic over climate change claims. ICR Science Writer Brian Thomas shows how our interpretation of Genesis impacts our view on the rest of the Bible. You’ll also get the scoop on ICR’s newest children’s book and a big creation conference we’re holding in Dallas, Texas.   More...
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Can We Understand the Bible for Ourselves?

Do we need experts to interpret the Bible for us, or can we understand it for ourselves? ICR’s National Representative, Dr. Randy Guliuzza, discusses the doctrine of biblical clarity and why it matters. You’ll also hear about ICR’s upcoming event in El Paso, Texas, and a new podcast that will help you start your day with timely truths from God’s Word.   More...
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The Mystery of Life | The Creation Podcast: Episode 46

We all know life when we see it—but what is it REALLY? Where did it come from? And how did it begin? Could life have spontaneously come into existence through something like abiogenesis? Host Ivana and geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins discuss what life is, and the opposing thoughts regarding how it started.           More...
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SIX Biological Evidences for Creation - Pt. 2 | The Creation Podcast: Episode 53

Some people claim that life has evolved over millions of years, but where's the proof?  Does the evidence actually point to these long spans of time or is it just wishful thinking?   Host Trey and Dr. Jeff Tomkins discuss this important topic on episode 53 of The Creation Podcast! (Watch Six Biological Evidences for Creation - Pt. 1 HERE.)            More...
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Darwin or Design? CET Pt. 2 | The Creation Podcast: Episode 22

How does design provide a better explanation for biological functions and adaptations than natural selection? And how can engineering principles help us to understand biological design? Episode 22 of The Creation Podcast is part two of our CET episodes. Host Ivana Semidey and ICR President Dr. Randy Guliuzza go deeper into the model of Continuous Environmental Tracking (CET), how it explains the biological functions of creatures, and how it moves us away from the death-driven theory of evolution.         More...
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Geological Evidences for a Young Earth - Pt 1 | The Creation Podcast: Episode 54

Some people claim that our planet is billions of years old. The geologic features we see are supposedly ancient, carved out over long spans of time by natural processes. Is this true?   Host Lauren and Dr. Tim Clarey discuss this important topic on episode 54 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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The Truth About the Chimp Genome (Humans & Chimps: Part 2) | The Creation Podcast: Episode 41

Have scientists proven human evolution from a "common apelike ancestor," or are we being told a clever, confusing story filled with farcical "facts?" What is chromosome fusion, and why does it matter when discussing matters of the Christian faith? In the second installment of this two-part episode, ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins and host Trey Bowling dig deeper into the science and expose the flaws of an anti-design approach to genetics.         More...
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What Do We Do With Darwin Day?

Many secularist and humanist organizations celebrate February 12 as Darwin Day, a day set aside to honor Charles Darwin and his legacy. But is Darwinism science? And does it have a rightful place in the church? Let’s hear from several ICR scientists and scholars on this issue.       ... More...
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What's the Issue with Natural Selection? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 18

How does natural selection replace God as the creative agent? What issues can be found with the concept of natural selection? And can accepting Darwinian evolution be harmful to one's faith? Host Lauren Pennington and ICR President and research scientist Dr. Randy Guliuzza talk about some of the scientific and spiritual problems with the concept of natural selection in Episode 18 of The Creation Podcast.         More...
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Seeing Stars At Impossible Distances | The Creation Podcast: Episode 32

For millennia, mankind has looked at the stars in wonder. Technology has allowed us to study these magnificent creations, but we still have questions. A prominent issue is the distant starlight problem. Given the age of our planet, how are we able to see stars at such mind-bending distances? Listen in as host Trey Bowling and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert discuss the matter. The answer may not be as cut and dry as you think!         More...
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Where Did the Immune System Come From? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 48

It's time to rethink the REAL function of the immune system. What we think is our body's defense system is actually more of a control interface, incredibly designed by our Creator! Host Lauren and ICR president Dr. Randy Guliuzza talk about this amazing, complex aspect of the human body.            More...
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How Old Is The Universe? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 35

Many scientists claim that the universe is approximately 13.8 billion years old by reverse-engineering the Big Bang with the assumption that this theory is correct. How then do they explain the signs of youth in the earth, our solar system, and deep space? In this episode, host Ivana Semidey and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert take a look at how phenomena like the earth's magnetic field, comets, distant starlight, spiral galaxies, and globular clusters provide evidence for a universe that is closer to 6,000 years old.         More...
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How Do Creatures Produce Living Light? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 24

What is bioluminescence? What would it take for evolution to produce this creature feature? Is there a better explanation of its origin? Join host Lauren Pennington and ICR zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin as they talk about bioluminescence, how different creatures utilize this feature and how evolution simply cannot explain where a feature like this could come from.         &nbsp... More...
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Are Dinosaurs in the Bible? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 26

If the Bible is true, wouldn't it mention dinosaurs? If God made dinosaurs, when did He make them? Did they live with humans? What ultimately happened to them? If you've ever wondered about dinosaurs and the Bible, you'll want to join us for this episode of The Creation Podcast. Host Ivana Semidey and ICR paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas search Scripture for the answers, while fossil evidence provides additional insight.         More...
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Why Do Animals Hibernate? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 45

The word hibernation is often used in reference to deep sleep, but what is it really? What kinds of creatures hibernate? How does this demonstrate the Creator's wisdom? Host Ivana and zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin talk about this strange, sleep-like state.           More...
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Creature Adaptation Reveals Design

ICR’s National Representative, Dr. Randy Guliuzza, shares about an exciting new scientific model that explains why creatures can rapidly adapt to their changing environments. You’ll also hear about his latest book and ICR’s upcoming conference in the Boston area.       ... More...
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Do We Have Useless Organs? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 31

Tonsils, the appendix, and the spleen are just a few examples of organs within the human body that many people refer to as "useless," but are they? The Creation Podcast host Trey Bowling sits down with ICR president Dr. Randy Guliuzza to determine whether or not these organs serve a purpose. Listen as Dr. Guliuzza—a medical doctor—explains how these organs function and point to a purposeful Designer.         More...
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What Can You Expect from the ICR Discovery Center?

ICR scientists and scholars share their perspectives on the soon-to-open ICR Discovery Center for Science & Earth History. The Grand Opening for the Discovery Center will be Labor Day, September 2, in Dallas, Texas. For more information, visit ICRdiscoverycenter.org.       ... More...
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Is Creation Science Really That Important? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 14

What is creation science, and why is it important? Why did an evolutionary scientist become a creationist? And how can you defend Christianity using science? Host Trey Bowling discusses these foundational questions with ICR Research Scientist and Paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas in Episode 14 of The Creation Podcast.           More...
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Did Darwin Deceive Us? CET Pt. 1 | The Creation Podcast: Episode 21

If natural selection is a mystical delusion, what then is driving the adaptions we see in living organisms? And how can the principles of engineering help us to understand biological design? In episode 21 of The Creation Podcast, host Ivana Semidey and ICR President Dr. Randy Guliuzza talk about the circular reasoning of evolutionary theory and introduce a new theory of biological design known as Continuous Environmental Tracking (CET). Stay tuned for part two of this discussion.         ... More...
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They Lied to Us? (Humans & Chimps: Part 1) | The Creation Podcast: Episode 40

Back in the nineteenth century, Charles Darwin promoted the supposed similarity between humans and chimpanzees. Later DNA studies seemed to support that idea—until someone started taking a closer look and noticed that there had been some...monkey business. In the first installment of this two-part episode, ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins explains how chimp and human DNA are not as similar as many people think, and why it matters. (Stay tuned for Part 2!)         More...
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Can Radioisotope Dating Be Trusted? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 36

Carbon dating is a common method used to determine the ages of fossils and other materials, but carbon14 deteriorates quite quickly. How can it still be detected in things that are supposedly millions or billions of years old? With the expertise of ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey, host Trey Bowling investigates different dating methods used by scientists to see if the data tells a different story than the one told in textbooks.         More...
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Did Dinosaurs Have Feathers? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 38

According to many sources, some dinosaurs had feathers and eventually evolved into birds. But Scripture says that birds and dinosaurs were each created by God on two different days of the creation week—and that birds were actually created first, completely separate from dinosaurs. So what's the truth? In this episode, Dr. Tim Clarey, ICR's geologist, dives into the evidence—from Scripture and from the fossil record—that shows the real relationship between these two kinds of creatures.         More...
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The Industrious Efficiency of Bees | The Creation Podcast: Episode 49

Bees? BEES! When it comes to these incredible insects, we often think of hives and honey—and stingers. But these little creatures are incredibly complex and are a vital part of our world.   Host Trey and ICR zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin discuss these amazing critters.              More...
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The Miracle of Life | The Creation Podcast: Episode 42

How does a brand new human begin forming inside a mother? What crucial role is the placenta designed to fill? Human reproduction is a mind-bogglingly complex process that demonstrates the glory and wisdom of our Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ. In this episode, ICR president Dr. Randy Guliuzza and host Trey discuss how the processes and systems in human reproduction point to the Designer.         More...
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What About Transitional Fossils? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 37

Transitional fossils supposedly contain evidence of one kind of creature morphing into another, and purportedly provide proof for evolution. But is that proof so conclusive? Do fossils with distinct transitional features even exist? ICR paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas and host Ivana Semidey review the most commonly referenced "transitional fossils" and see if they display the changes required for evolution to be true.         More...
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Is There Any Truth to Dragon Legends? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 44

Dragons are considered by many to be made-up creatures in fairytales and legends, but our ancestors produced many descriptions and depictions of "dragons," some of which match real dinosaur fossils found centuries later. If humans lived with these incredible beasts, doesn't that contradict the evolutionist assumption that dinosaurs died off millions of years before modern humans evolved? Host Trey and paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas discuss the facts that lie behind the legends.         More...
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I Have NO Credentials! | The Creation Podcast: Episode 50

Do you need a science degree to be a champion of creation? How do we communicate the truths of Scripture to our friends and family? The good news is you don't need to be an expert to effectively discuss this incredibly important topic!   Trey, Lauren, and Michael talk about all this and more on episode 50 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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Can Fossils Last Millions of Years? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 16

Can current dating methods determine exact age assignments? How long can soft tissues last? And does the Bible explain why we should expect to find soft tissues in fossils? Host Ivana Semidey discusses the scientific explanations of decay rates, secular dating assignments, and the implications of original biochemicals with ICR Research Scientist and Paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas in Episode 16 of The Creation Podcast.         More...
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Is There Evidence for a Global Flood? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 15

What really happened during the Genesis Flood? Is there scientific evidence for a global Flood? And how does geology confirm the book of Genesis? Host Trey Bowling examines the historical and scientific evidence with ICR Research Scientist and Geologist Dr. Tim Clarey in Episode 15 of The Creation Podcast.           More...
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Why Do Parasites Exist? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 47

Try to get to the end of this episode without squirming! Almost everything on earth has some kind of parasite living inside of it—including humans. What are parasites, and how do they impact their hosts? Were they a part of God's original "very good" creation? Some parasites produce effects terrifying enough to make your skin crawl; but did you know that some of them are harmless—or even beneficial—to their hosts? Host Lauren and biologist Dr. Frank Sherwin talk about these strange organisms—the good, the bad, and the ugly.       &nb... More...
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Grand Canyon and Genetic Clocks Confirm the Bible

What does Grand Canyon tell us about the Genesis Flood? ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey uncovers the evidence and shares about his work with the ICR Discovery Center. Can Christians be confident about the origin of life? And what are genetic clocks? ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins explains how genetic research confirms the Bible.       ... More...
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The Secrets of the Cell | The Creation Podcast: Episode 29

Cells are the basic units of life, and in some forms they are actually organisms. What is a cell? What goes on inside of a cell? Did all life come from a single cell? Join host Ivana Semidey and ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins as they explore the unique design and complexities of the cell in episode 29 of The Creation Podcast.           More...
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What Can We Learn From Fossils? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 28

Is evolution seen in the fossil record? Why are fossilized terrestrial animals found buried with marine creatures? What conditions were needed to form the fossils we find today? Take a deep dive into the fossil record in episode 28 of The Creation Podcast with host Trey Bowling and ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey. Discover how the global Flood model explains the progression of the fossil record.         More...
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Are We Really Full of Junk DNA? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 30

Is it really true that less than 2% of genes are functional? Is the other 98% just "junk?" In episode 30 of The Creation Podcast, host Lauren Pennington and ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins debunk misconceptions about the usefulness of genes. This episode will reveal some surprising facts about RNA production, regulatory functions of genes, and more!         More...
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SIX Biological Evidences for Creation - Pt. 1 | The Creation Podcast: Episode 52

Some people claim that life has evolved over millions of years, but where's the proof?  Does the evidence actually point to these long spans of time or is it just wishful thinking? Host Trey and Dr. Jeff Tomkins discuss this important topic on episode 52 of The Creation Podcast! (Watch Six Biological Evidences for Creation - Pt. 2 HERE.)            More...
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These Animals Are Masters of Disguise | The Creation Podcast: Episode 33

From the leopard's spots to the butterfly's wings, many of our planet's creatures possess the ability to hide in plain sight. Where did this skill come from? And why is it found in so many diverse places? Whether in the air, on the ground, or under the sea, you're sure to find what you're looking for as host Ivana Semidey and ICR Zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin discuss this fascinating creature feature.         More...
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Our Young Solar System

How old is our solar system, and why does it matter? ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert unpacks the answers and gives evidence that supports a young solar system.       ... More...
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A Very Merry Christmas Special | The Creation Podcast: Episode 39

How did a single grain of sand almost ruin hours of filming? What are our viewers saying about ICR's podcasts? What were some of our favorite episodes to record? In this special Christmas episode, Trey, Michael, and Ivana rehearse some highlights and favorite moments from ICR podcasts during 2022, while also looking forward to exciting podcast topics and updates coming up in 2023.         More...
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Genetics, Human History, and Christian Faith

ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins answers questions about his research, background, education, and how he became a man of faith and science.       ... More...
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Do Complex Systems Defy Evolution? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 34

Which came first, the protein or the cell? They were intentionally created at the same time along with every essential component of the all-or-nothing systems of life on earth. However, the theory of evolution claims that all forms of life arose by chance over long periods of time – is that possible? Join host Trey Bowling and ICR paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas as they define irreducible complexity, describe systems that qualify as all-or-nothing, and discuss how these biological necessities prove to be incompatible with evolutionary theory.         More...
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Who Created the Universe? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 27

What is the Big Bang theory? Does it align with a biblical worldview? How do design and fine-tuning offer better answers? In this episode of The Creation Podcast, join host Ivana Semidey and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert as they talk about the Big Bang theory. They'll also cover red shift, an expanding universe, the origin of stars, and other topics.           More...
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Where Did Our Sun Come From? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 25

What makes our sun so unique? Where does the sun get its power? Looking at the evidence, how old is our sun? On this episode of The Creation Podcast, host Trey Bowling and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert discuss many popular claims made about the sun. They talk through different pieces of evidence that point to a young sun and where our true source of life resides.         &n... More...
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Encouragement and Advice for Homeschool Families

Find encouragement and advice for your homeschooling journey as ICR Director of Communications Jayme Durant reflects on her 22 years of experience as a home educator.       ... More...
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Remembering Mount St. Helens

May 18, 2019, marks the 39th anniversary of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Why are we talking about a historic volcano on a podcast about biblical creation? We have a panel of ICR experts to help us connect the dots.        Related Resources Mount St. Helens: An Outdoor Laboratory   More...
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Evaluating Evolution

Does what we believe about origins matter? ICR Science Writer and speaker Brian Thomas discusses the evidence that persuaded him to reject evolution and embrace biblical creation.       ... More...
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Is Echolocation Evidence for Design? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 19

What is echolocation? Does echolocation work the same way in all the animals that use it? And how does it point to design? In Episode 19 of The Creation Podcast, host Trey Bowling and ICR research scientist and zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin discuss the different ways creatures use echolocation and how this feature is evidence for design.           More...
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Creation Q&A: Neanderthals, Flood Fossils, Dinosaurs, and More!

We asked you to send us your creation, evolution, and Bible questions on social media. Today, ICR Research Associate Frank Sherwin is here to provide some answers. We’ll talk about Neanderthals, Flood fossils, genetic entropy, dinosaurs, and more! You’ll also hear about ICR’s latest quick-reference creation guide and  another podcast series called Science, Scripture, & Salvation.       More...
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Behold Now, BEHEMOTH! | The Creation Podcast: Episode 51

The book of Job in the Old Testament mentions a rather unique creature that doesn't seem to fit any animal living today. While some commentators point to a hippo or a crocodile, others seem to think that this beast is intentionally mythological.   Host Trey and Dr. Brian Thomas discuss this fascinating creature and more on episode 51 of The Creation Podcast!            More...
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Did Plate Tectonics Cause the Global Flood? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 17

Can plate tectonics explain how the Flood happened? How does subduction work? And do plate tectonics fit the biblical account of the Flood? Host Ivana Semidey and ICR Research Scientist and Geologist Dr. Tim Clarey discuss how plate tectonics provide a scientific explanation as the mechanism at work during the Global Flood in Episode 17 of The Creation Podcast.          ... More...
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Meet Dr. G

Hear the history and heart of ICR’s newly appointed President and Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Randy Guliuzza. He has served as ICR’s National Representative for almost 12 years, and over the next few months he’ll be taking the helm as this ministry’s new leader. From his service as a flight surgeon during the war in Iraq to his unexpected friendship with one of ICR's early leaders, Dr. G brings an outstanding combination of experience and expertise with him as he leads ICR into its next chapter.       More...
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What Do the Laws of Physics Tell Us About the Universe? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 43

How does the study of physics demonstrate the existence of a Creator? Do the laws we see in the universe today make sense in an evolutionary worldview? In this episode, Dr. Jake Hebert and host Ivana discuss what we can learn about our Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ, from this fascinating area of scientific study.           More...
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How Many Ice Ages Were There? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 20

Should we believe that there were multiple Ice Ages? How does an Ice Age happen? And what evidence can we find for a single Ice Age? Watch Episode 20 of The Creation Podcast as host Trey Bowling and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert review the arguments for multiple Ice Ages over long periods of time and uncover the evidence for a single Ice Age only a few thousand years ago.         More...
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Grand Canyon and Genetic Clocks Confirm the Bible

What does Grand Canyon tell us about the Genesis Flood? ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey uncovers the evidence and shares about his work with the ICR Discovery Center. Can Christians be confident about the origin of life? And what are genetic clocks? ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins explains how genetic research confirms the Bible.       ... More...
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Is There Any Truth to Dragon Legends? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 44

Dragons are considered by many to be made-up creatures in fairytales and legends, but our ancestors produced many descriptions and depictions of "dragons," some of which match real dinosaur fossils found centuries later. If humans lived with these incredible beasts, doesn't that contradict the evolutionist assumption that dinosaurs died off millions of years before modern humans evolved? Host Trey and paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas discuss the facts that lie behind the legends.         More...
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Darwin or Design? CET Pt. 2 | The Creation Podcast: Episode 22

How does design provide a better explanation for biological functions and adaptations than natural selection? And how can engineering principles help us to understand biological design? Episode 22 of The Creation Podcast is part two of our CET episodes. Host Ivana Semidey and ICR President Dr. Randy Guliuzza go deeper into the model of Continuous Environmental Tracking (CET), how it explains the biological functions of creatures, and how it moves us away from the death-driven theory of evolution.         More...
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Why Do Animals Hibernate? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 45

The word hibernation is often used in reference to deep sleep, but what is it really? What kinds of creatures hibernate? How does this demonstrate the Creator's wisdom? Host Ivana and zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin talk about this strange, sleep-like state.           More...
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Evaluating Evolution

Does what we believe about origins matter? ICR Science Writer and speaker Brian Thomas discusses the evidence that persuaded him to reject evolution and embrace biblical creation.       ... More...
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Remembering Mount St. Helens

May 18, 2019, marks the 39th anniversary of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. Why are we talking about a historic volcano on a podcast about biblical creation? We have a panel of ICR experts to help us connect the dots.        Related Resources Mount St. Helens: An Outdoor Laboratory   More...
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Encouragement and Advice for Homeschool Families

Find encouragement and advice for your homeschooling journey as ICR Director of Communications Jayme Durant reflects on her 22 years of experience as a home educator.       ... More...
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What About Transitional Fossils? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 37

Transitional fossils supposedly contain evidence of one kind of creature morphing into another, and purportedly provide proof for evolution. But is that proof so conclusive? Do fossils with distinct transitional features even exist? ICR paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas and host Ivana Semidey review the most commonly referenced "transitional fossils" and see if they display the changes required for evolution to be true.         More...
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Creation Q&A: Neanderthals, Flood Fossils, Dinosaurs, and More!

We asked you to send us your creation, evolution, and Bible questions on social media. Today, ICR Research Associate Frank Sherwin is here to provide some answers. We’ll talk about Neanderthals, Flood fossils, genetic entropy, dinosaurs, and more! You’ll also hear about ICR’s latest quick-reference creation guide and  another podcast series called Science, Scripture, & Salvation.       More...
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Genetics, Human History, and Christian Faith

ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins answers questions about his research, background, education, and how he became a man of faith and science.       ... More...
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What Do the Laws of Physics Tell Us About the Universe? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 43

How does the study of physics demonstrate the existence of a Creator? Do the laws we see in the universe today make sense in an evolutionary worldview? In this episode, Dr. Jake Hebert and host Ivana discuss what we can learn about our Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ, from this fascinating area of scientific study.           More...
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Can We Understand the Bible for Ourselves?

Do we need experts to interpret the Bible for us, or can we understand it for ourselves? ICR’s National Representative, Dr. Randy Guliuzza, discusses the doctrine of biblical clarity and why it matters. You’ll also hear about ICR’s upcoming event in El Paso, Texas, and a new podcast that will help you start your day with timely truths from God’s Word.   More...
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The Secrets of the Cell | The Creation Podcast: Episode 29

Cells are the basic units of life, and in some forms they are actually organisms. What is a cell? What goes on inside of a cell? Did all life come from a single cell? Join host Ivana Semidey and ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins as they explore the unique design and complexities of the cell in episode 29 of The Creation Podcast.           More...
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Meet Dr. G

Hear the history and heart of ICR’s newly appointed President and Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Randy Guliuzza. He has served as ICR’s National Representative for almost 12 years, and over the next few months he’ll be taking the helm as this ministry’s new leader. From his service as a flight surgeon during the war in Iraq to his unexpected friendship with one of ICR's early leaders, Dr. G brings an outstanding combination of experience and expertise with him as he leads ICR into its next chapter.       More...
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The Mystery of Life | The Creation Podcast: Episode 46

We all know life when we see it—but what is it REALLY? Where did it come from? And how did it begin? Could life have spontaneously come into existence through something like abiogenesis? Host Ivana and geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins discuss what life is, and the opposing thoughts regarding how it started.           More...
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What Do We Do With Darwin Day?

Many secularist and humanist organizations celebrate February 12 as Darwin Day, a day set aside to honor Charles Darwin and his legacy. But is Darwinism science? And does it have a rightful place in the church? Let’s hear from several ICR scientists and scholars on this issue.       ... More...
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Do We Have Useless Organs? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 31

Tonsils, the appendix, and the spleen are just a few examples of organs within the human body that many people refer to as "useless," but are they? The Creation Podcast host Trey Bowling sits down with ICR president Dr. Randy Guliuzza to determine whether or not these organs serve a purpose. Listen as Dr. Guliuzza—a medical doctor—explains how these organs function and point to a purposeful Designer.         More...
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What's the Issue with Natural Selection? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 18

How does natural selection replace God as the creative agent? What issues can be found with the concept of natural selection? And can accepting Darwinian evolution be harmful to one's faith? Host Lauren Pennington and ICR President and research scientist Dr. Randy Guliuzza talk about some of the scientific and spiritual problems with the concept of natural selection in Episode 18 of The Creation Podcast.         More...
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These Animals Are Masters of Disguise | The Creation Podcast: Episode 33

From the leopard's spots to the butterfly's wings, many of our planet's creatures possess the ability to hide in plain sight. Where did this skill come from? And why is it found in so many diverse places? Whether in the air, on the ground, or under the sea, you're sure to find what you're looking for as host Ivana Semidey and ICR Zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin discuss this fascinating creature feature.         More...
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Is Creation Science Really That Important? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 14

What is creation science, and why is it important? Why did an evolutionary scientist become a creationist? And how can you defend Christianity using science? Host Trey Bowling discusses these foundational questions with ICR Research Scientist and Paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas in Episode 14 of The Creation Podcast.           More...
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Our Young Solar System

How old is our solar system, and why does it matter? ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert unpacks the answers and gives evidence that supports a young solar system.       ... More...
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Do Complex Systems Defy Evolution? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 34

Which came first, the protein or the cell? They were intentionally created at the same time along with every essential component of the all-or-nothing systems of life on earth. However, the theory of evolution claims that all forms of life arose by chance over long periods of time – is that possible? Join host Trey Bowling and ICR paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas as they define irreducible complexity, describe systems that qualify as all-or-nothing, and discuss how these biological necessities prove to be incompatible with evolutionary theory.         More...
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Seeing Stars At Impossible Distances | The Creation Podcast: Episode 32

For millennia, mankind has looked at the stars in wonder. Technology has allowed us to study these magnificent creations, but we still have questions. A prominent issue is the distant starlight problem. Given the age of our planet, how are we able to see stars at such mind-bending distances? Listen in as host Trey Bowling and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert discuss the matter. The answer may not be as cut and dry as you think!         More...
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What Can You Expect from the ICR Discovery Center?

ICR scientists and scholars share their perspectives on the soon-to-open ICR Discovery Center for Science & Earth History. The Grand Opening for the Discovery Center will be Labor Day, September 2, in Dallas, Texas. For more information, visit ICRdiscoverycenter.org.       ... More...
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Are We Really Full of Junk DNA? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 30

Is it really true that less than 2% of genes are functional? Is the other 98% just "junk?" In episode 30 of The Creation Podcast, host Lauren Pennington and ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins debunk misconceptions about the usefulness of genes. This episode will reveal some surprising facts about RNA production, regulatory functions of genes, and more!         More...
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Did Darwin Deceive Us? CET Pt. 1 | The Creation Podcast: Episode 21

If natural selection is a mystical delusion, what then is driving the adaptions we see in living organisms? And how can the principles of engineering help us to understand biological design? In episode 21 of The Creation Podcast, host Ivana Semidey and ICR President Dr. Randy Guliuzza talk about the circular reasoning of evolutionary theory and introduce a new theory of biological design known as Continuous Environmental Tracking (CET). Stay tuned for part two of this discussion.         ... More...
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Did Dinosaurs Have Feathers? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 38

According to many sources, some dinosaurs had feathers and eventually evolved into birds. But Scripture says that birds and dinosaurs were each created by God on two different days of the creation week—and that birds were actually created first, completely separate from dinosaurs. So what's the truth? In this episode, Dr. Tim Clarey, ICR's geologist, dives into the evidence—from Scripture and from the fossil record—that shows the real relationship between these two kinds of creatures.         More...
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Is Echolocation Evidence for Design? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 19

What is echolocation? Does echolocation work the same way in all the animals that use it? And how does it point to design? In Episode 19 of The Creation Podcast, host Trey Bowling and ICR research scientist and zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin discuss the different ways creatures use echolocation and how this feature is evidence for design.           More...
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How Many Ice Ages Were There? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 20

Should we believe that there were multiple Ice Ages? How does an Ice Age happen? And what evidence can we find for a single Ice Age? Watch Episode 20 of The Creation Podcast as host Trey Bowling and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert review the arguments for multiple Ice Ages over long periods of time and uncover the evidence for a single Ice Age only a few thousand years ago.         More...
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What Happened with Washington's Violent Volcano? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 23

How did a 1980 volcanic eruption change our understanding of geology? What impact did this event have on the age assignments of sediments? Join us for episode 23 of The Creation Podcast to commemorate the 42nd anniversary of the eruption of Mount St. Helens. Host Ivana Semidey and ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey discuss the surprising discoveries made from observing the eruption, and how this volcano confirmed the feasibility of catastrophic geology and provided compelling evidence of rapid deposition.         More...
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How Old Is The Universe? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 35

Many scientists claim that the universe is approximately 13.8 billion years old by reverse-engineering the Big Bang with the assumption that this theory is correct. How then do they explain the signs of youth in the earth, our solar system, and deep space? In this episode, host Ivana Semidey and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert take a look at how phenomena like the earth's magnetic field, comets, distant starlight, spiral galaxies, and globular clusters provide evidence for a universe that is closer to 6,000 years old.         More...
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Who Created the Universe? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 27

What is the Big Bang theory? Does it align with a biblical worldview? How do design and fine-tuning offer better answers? In this episode of The Creation Podcast, join host Ivana Semidey and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert as they talk about the Big Bang theory. They'll also cover red shift, an expanding universe, the origin of stars, and other topics.           More...
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Is Genesis History? | Climate Research Update

Physicist Dr. Jake Hebert discusses weaknesses in secular explanations for an Ice Age, how a biblical event best explains it, and why Christians don’t need to panic over climate change claims. ICR Science Writer Brian Thomas shows how our interpretation of Genesis impacts our view on the rest of the Bible. You’ll also get the scoop on ICR’s newest children’s book and a big creation conference we’re holding in Dallas, Texas.   More...
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Are Dinosaurs in the Bible? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 26

If the Bible is true, wouldn't it mention dinosaurs? If God made dinosaurs, when did He make them? Did they live with humans? What ultimately happened to them? If you've ever wondered about dinosaurs and the Bible, you'll want to join us for this episode of The Creation Podcast. Host Ivana Semidey and ICR paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas search Scripture for the answers, while fossil evidence provides additional insight.         More...
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Where Did Our Sun Come From? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 25

What makes our sun so unique? Where does the sun get its power? Looking at the evidence, how old is our sun? On this episode of The Creation Podcast, host Trey Bowling and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert discuss many popular claims made about the sun. They talk through different pieces of evidence that point to a young sun and where our true source of life resides.         &n... More...
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Can Radioisotope Dating Be Trusted? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 36

Carbon dating is a common method used to determine the ages of fossils and other materials, but carbon14 deteriorates quite quickly. How can it still be detected in things that are supposedly millions or billions of years old? With the expertise of ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey, host Trey Bowling investigates different dating methods used by scientists to see if the data tells a different story than the one told in textbooks.         More...
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Did Plate Tectonics Cause the Global Flood? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 17

Can plate tectonics explain how the Flood happened? How does subduction work? And do plate tectonics fit the biblical account of the Flood? Host Ivana Semidey and ICR Research Scientist and Geologist Dr. Tim Clarey discuss how plate tectonics provide a scientific explanation as the mechanism at work during the Global Flood in Episode 17 of The Creation Podcast.          ... More...
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A Very Merry Christmas Special | The Creation Podcast: Episode 39

How did a single grain of sand almost ruin hours of filming? What are our viewers saying about ICR's podcasts? What were some of our favorite episodes to record? In this special Christmas episode, Trey, Michael, and Ivana rehearse some highlights and favorite moments from ICR podcasts during 2022, while also looking forward to exciting podcast topics and updates coming up in 2023.         More...
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How Do Creatures Produce Living Light? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 24

What is bioluminescence? What would it take for evolution to produce this creature feature? Is there a better explanation of its origin? Join host Lauren Pennington and ICR zoologist Dr. Frank Sherwin as they talk about bioluminescence, how different creatures utilize this feature and how evolution simply cannot explain where a feature like this could come from.         &nbsp... More...
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They Lied to Us? (Humans & Chimps: Part 1) | The Creation Podcast: Episode 40

Back in the nineteenth century, Charles Darwin promoted the supposed similarity between humans and chimpanzees. Later DNA studies seemed to support that idea—until someone started taking a closer look and noticed that there had been some...monkey business. In the first installment of this two-part episode, ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins explains how chimp and human DNA are not as similar as many people think, and why it matters. (Stay tuned for Part 2!)         More...
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Can Fossils Last Millions of Years? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 16

Can current dating methods determine exact age assignments? How long can soft tissues last? And does the Bible explain why we should expect to find soft tissues in fossils? Host Ivana Semidey discusses the scientific explanations of decay rates, secular dating assignments, and the implications of original biochemicals with ICR Research Scientist and Paleobiochemist Dr. Brian Thomas in Episode 16 of The Creation Podcast.         More...
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What Can We Learn From Fossils? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 28

Is evolution seen in the fossil record? Why are fossilized terrestrial animals found buried with marine creatures? What conditions were needed to form the fossils we find today? Take a deep dive into the fossil record in episode 28 of The Creation Podcast with host Trey Bowling and ICR geologist Dr. Tim Clarey. Discover how the global Flood model explains the progression of the fossil record.         More...
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Is There Evidence for a Global Flood? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 15

What really happened during the Genesis Flood? Is there scientific evidence for a global Flood? And how does geology confirm the book of Genesis? Host Trey Bowling examines the historical and scientific evidence with ICR Research Scientist and Geologist Dr. Tim Clarey in Episode 15 of The Creation Podcast.           More...
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Creature Adaptation Reveals Design

ICR’s National Representative, Dr. Randy Guliuzza, shares about an exciting new scientific model that explains why creatures can rapidly adapt to their changing environments. You’ll also hear about his latest book and ICR’s upcoming conference in the Boston area.       ... More...
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The Miracle of Life | The Creation Podcast: Episode 42

How does a brand new human begin forming inside a mother? What crucial role is the placenta designed to fill? Human reproduction is a mind-bogglingly complex process that demonstrates the glory and wisdom of our Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ. In this episode, ICR president Dr. Randy Guliuzza and host Trey discuss how the processes and systems in human reproduction point to the Designer.         More...
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The Truth About the Chimp Genome (Humans & Chimps: Part 2) | The Creation Podcast: Episode 41

Have scientists proven human evolution from a "common apelike ancestor," or are we being told a clever, confusing story filled with farcical "facts?" What is chromosome fusion, and why does it matter when discussing matters of the Christian faith? In the second installment of this two-part episode, ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins and host Trey Bowling dig deeper into the science and expose the flaws of an anti-design approach to genetics.         More...
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