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Mark Daniels Christian Blog and Commentary

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  • Mark Daniels
    Mark Daniels is a broadcasting veteran of more than 30 years, and currently serves as the Programming and Marketing Manager of WFIL/WNTP in Philadelphia. His daily talk show and On the Mark commentaries have consistently won top honors from the PA Association of Broadcasters, as well as past awards from the Philadelphia Press Association, Excellence in Media, and others. Daniels serves as host of the nationally-syndicated Christian ministry program, The Bible Study Hour with Dr. James Montgomery Boice. He is a church elder and Bible conference president. Mark Daniels can be heard weekdays at 4pm ET on www.wfil.com, and The Mark Daniels Show can be seen weekly on WBPH-TV 60 (WBPH.org).
  • 2014 Feb 19
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We’ve heard a lot about the creation/evolution debate over the past few weeks since Bill Nye squared off with Ken Ham. Nye clearly communicated his previously-stated belief that rejection of evolution theory is akin to willfully embracing ignorance. However, most secular humanists don't realize that their own worldview is greatly limited. Creationists embrace natural law, science, philosophy, AND the supernatural. Evidence is evidence, and facts are facts; the difference in perspectives is interpretation. Faith is the substance of things unseen, the evidence of things hoped for. To believe that a creator God made all things, set them in motion, and maintains the universe is a plausible explanation for questions of origin. Embracing creation or intelligent design is not a denial of one’s intellect. It’s merely a rational decision, based on a relationship with a knowable God.