I have spent a lot of time there, both on research trips and the ICR Grand Canyon Tours.
To me, Grand Canyon is a clear testimony to the Biblical flood and the young earth.
But other scholars rejected these ideas and regarded fossils as either jokes of nature, the products of rocks endowed with life in some sense, the creative works of God, or perhaps even the deceptions of Satan.
In the 17th and early 18th centuries the debate among naturalists intensified.
The debate ended when Robert Hooke (1635-1703), a British naturalist, confirmed from his microscopic analysis of fossil wood that fossils were the mineralized remains of former living creatures.
However, he did not believe they were the result of Noah’s Flood.
And as such Christians above everyone should be interested in the Humanities. deal with a Christian consideration of the Humanities - being thankful for the creativity which is a natural part of Man because people are made in the image of God. He has a character, and some things agree to His character and some things conflict with that character.
When you have a Christ-centered relationship you will still face the same temptations that other dating-couples experience.
The difference is that you will be in a much better position to resist temptation if you are in agreement on firm dating boundaries.
You need to be dating only someone who shares your level of commitment to your faith in Christ.
Someone who has similar goals and ideals when it comes to family, worship, and commitment to Christ is going to be a better match for you and will be more understanding of your desire to live and act according to your beliefs Discuss Limits, Expectations, and Wishes with Each Other As your Christian dating relationship progresses there will come a time when you will both need to sit down together and discuss your limits, your desires, and your goals regarding intimacy and the physical nature of your ongoing dating relationship.