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Grace Grooms
May 4
Rating:   10
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I am grateful for this resource! Our school is having an age of the earth unit and I am very excited to share what Mike Riddle has taught through his videos!

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DanielC918
Apr 24 '19
Rating:   6
Lots of material, but still full of holes

I should preface this review. I only listened to about 10-12 episodes, and not all in order. I think I tend to agree with most of what is presented, but not with how it is presented. He makes a lot of good arguments, no doubt. I thought I had finally found a thought-provoking podcast about the Bible presented by someone with sound doctrine and humility. While there is a lot of good information here, and I believe Mike's doctrine is probably very sound, I really don't enjoy this podcast. I find his style off-putting, and it comes across as proud and condescending to me. I can't think of any examples of evidence he presented that wasn't presented as established, unassailable fact. He quotes some experts as fools or liars and others as absolute authorities, even though, many times, the qualifications for the experts are pretty similar. Why should I believe this professor of ancient linguistics and not that other one? In one example, he discusses 5 arguments in favor of the gap theory. I don't claim to be a proponent of the gap theory, but I find it interesting. Two of the five arguments he chose, I've never heard before. One, the translation of "was," is not nearly as settled as he declares. He doesn't even consider Isaiah 45:18 at all. Another argument, that death/decay could not have existed before Adam and Eve's sin, is not even tried by the gap theory. Death and decay experienced by humans and animals did not have to occur during the gap. The gap could have simply been a time during which Satan fell, for example. Is the gap theory still provocative if it's just about a landscape filled with angels and/or fallen angels? Maybe, maybe not, but Mike already has all the answers and declares with conviction that anyone who disagrees with him must be a fool or a liar.

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We6Kings
Aug 30 '18
Rating:   8
Great teacher and material!

Mike boils down the issues to easy to understand terms and details. He is a great teacher and his passion for Creation and the Scriptures are evident.

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Nebraska Man in Maryland
Aug 13 '18
Rating:   10
Great science info...

Mime Riddle is a fantastic teacher and explains the real science behind evolution, which doesn’t exist. The information given in the Bible, when it touches on science and origins, is correct. Thanks for standing up and proclaiming the truth!!!

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i'm happy guy
Feb 28 '18
Rating:   10
Informative and resourceful

Well done

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Stancom
Aug 22 '17
Rating:   10
Excellent Presentation!!!

Mike Riddle has a wonderful gift for breaking down complex scientific topics into easy to understand language, and flawlessly defends the Creation account through both solid scientific evidence and God's Word. He and all his incredible guest speakers clearly both debunk evolution and show the need for better Christian education!

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KingdomMindedMan
Feb 5 '16
Rating:   10
Awesome Podcast! Informative!!

This is a great podcast. The narrator is very thorough and explains everything in detail. I've listened to three episodes and I can't wait to listen to them all!

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JamesVF1111111
Dec 11 '15
Rating:   2
Don't waste your time

This guy makes all Christians look stupid. He is intentionally deceptive. At first I thought he was ignorant, but he is a snake oil salesman. The ironic thing is he talks about science, but he wouldn't know science if it hit him in the head! I am a Christian and can't stand when these snake oil salesman try to speak for us.

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