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This blog tackles Biblical and scientific issues like Creation, evolution, chronology, age of the earth, Noah’s Flood, dinosaurs, cave men, fossils, intelligent design, archaeology, and related topics in the news.

The blog focuses on: Debunking evolutionism. Exalting the Creator. Exploring Creation. It tackles scientific issues from a Biblical perspective and explores Biblical issues from a scientific perspective.

Are you looking for substantive, objective content instead of trending personalities, emotional venting, or indiscreet detail? Then the Bible-Science Guy Blog is for you. You will find ample quantities of Biblical research, analysis, and application on the Bible-Science Guy Blog. It provides a unique perspective rarely offered on the web.

Some articles will be mostly Bible-oriented, some will be mostly science-oriented, and some will be a combination. (See the Table of Contents and Bible-Science Guy Newspaper Columns for lists of blog posts and articles on this site.)

To sample the Best of the Bible-Science Guy Blog, click Best of Bible-Science Guy for lists of the best Bible-Science Guy posts of each year.

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Over time, questions like the following will be addressed with scientifically-sound, Bible-based answers:
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  • Did God use Evolution to create the world?
  • Could Genesis leave room for “humans” other than Adam’s descendants?
  • How do you explain fossils? Aren’t they proof of evolution?
  • Were the Creation Days regular days or long ages?
  • How can we see stars billions of light years away if the earth is only 6,000 years old?
  • Do radioactive dating results mean the earth is billions of years old?
  • Where did Cain get his wife?
  • How do you account for “cave men”?
  • Should Genesis 1-11 be taken literally or figuratively?
  • Who were the Nephilim (giants) of Genesis 6?
  • Was Noah’s Flood regional or global? What was its impact?
  • How could all the animals fit on the Ark?
  • Were dinosaurs on the Ark? What happened to them?
  • How did the continents form?
  • How do Ice Ages and glaciers fit with the Bible?
  • What were Behemoth and Leviathan (Job 40, 41)?

Believers can rely on the Bible and on legitimate observation of the world to provide solid answers to questions like these.

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©William T. Pelletier, Ph.D.
“contending earnestly for the faith”
“destroying speculations against the knowledge of God”
(Jude 1:3; 2 Cor 10:4)
Monday October 1, 2007 A.D.

For in six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, and rested on the seventh day; therefore the LORD blessed the sabbath day and made it holy. Exodus 20:11


  1. I found your page while studying the tower of Babel, interesting information on the subject, read comments of the page very good, but mainly what I like is how you back it up with the word of God. Keep up the good work.


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