A Simple Overview of the Mechanisms Which Caused the Flood — Post by Michael J. Findley

1) There is more water under the seas than in the seas. The exact amount is not important. It is important to understand that this is considerably more than enough water for a worldwide flood. 2) At the beginning of the Flood, the single antediluvian continent ripped apart rapidly. This had two important results. 3)... Continue Reading →

The Book I Wasn’t Supposed to Write … and all the “Real Books” — Post by Mary C. Findley

Awhile back hubby asked for a book of standards. It was supposed to be a simple guide for people who might want to have us help promote their books. It was supposed to explain our views and how we would decide what books we could support. I hemmed and hawed and said I didn't quite... Continue Reading →

New Release: Fifty Shades of Faithful — Post by Mary C. Findley

No, I've never published contemporary fiction before. Yes, I have been writing it, off and on, for years. Other things seemed more important. But I happened to show a Counselor-in-training friend a short story I wrote over 20 years ago called, "Cowboys and Indians". She was thrilled with the ideas in the story, about threats... Continue Reading →

The Collapse of the Peer Review Process — Post by Michael J. Findley

“The real problem for science today is quality control. Peer review has been at the heart of this, but there are too many failures – both in open access and traditional journals – simply to plod ahead with the same system.” (Quoted from the article, “Open access publishing hoax: what Science magazine got wrong”, by... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: