Tuesday , 2 September 2014

About Doug Hamp

  • John Martin

    Good video! As many Evolutionists try to tell Christians that it is the Christians who are ‘stuck in a box’, it is the Evolutionists who blatantly refuse to look at the facts.

    Not to mention the giant Nephilim bones being suppressed all around the world, partially by The Smithsonian (think selective funding)!

  • Susan Morris

    Hello Doug, I never noticed it before, but water just seems to “be” there before the creation in Genesis 1. Any thoughts, does the Scripture say anything about the beginnings of water? I just recently saw you on Prophecy In The News and bought Genetics of the Incarnation; then found your website, what a treasure trove! Thank you for all you do, Susan.

    • douglashamp

      The answer lies in the fact that God created the “earth” which is defined as “water” in verse 2. I discuss this in my new teaching: The Angelic Domain and the Fall of Satan.

      Blessings

    • douglashamp

      The answer lies in the fact that God created the “earth” which is defined as “water” in verse 2. I discuss this in my new teaching: The Angelic Domain and the Fall of Satan.

      Blessings

  • edward wilson

    There could have also been a pre-history between Genesis 1:1 and 1:2 where God wiped the slate clean with global catastrophes. Earth became a desolation and waste. All ancient fossils could belong to those pre-histories. Then God created Adamic man, ancestor of all living humans today, and a newer Earth. The fall of Lucifer could have happened during the pre-history. Lucifer might have been messing with the creation and creating abominations through DNA recombination.

  • Jason Miller

    I was very interested in the Inca stones but then after some research it seems like it was a hoax done by modern day farmers.  
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ica_stones

  • http://www.facebook.com/dbaklund David Baklund

    The gap theory is pure bunk and nonsense that needs to be put away once and for all. It is merely a attempt to pander to Darwin evolutionists & old-old-old age people out of ignorance & fear that modern science has somehow disproved the Bible and lessened it’s integrity. Trying to somehow force it into scripture creates more contradiction than answers which snowballs into a serious issue that spread across all sorts of doctrines in scripture to the point where the uninformed Christian is dealt a hard blow against their foundational faith . Trying to reconcile scripture with the pseudo science of radio metric & carbon dating is such a awful compromise of God’s word…and more ever it is not needed at all. These dating methods are not valid legit science, let alone even a decent theory. Every volcanic eruption destroys both lies in different ways. To begin to dissemble and wash away these lies that the devil has built in the name of modern science I would recommend these couple sites to follow and read consistently…

    http://globalflood.org/

    http://dancingfromgenesis.wordpress.com/

    Keep reading to gather the big picture that God’s word and real history of the human race & the planet are perfectly aligned.

  • Paul

    Hi  Doug. 

    I liked the presentation: it strikes me that the “God plus evolution” approach, in installing death at the beginning, effectively denies the Curse.  Moreover the evolutionary view attributes the Earth’s geology largely to gradual deposition rather than to global cataclysm.  Hence those who promote this view are at best softening (and at worse denying) God’s Judgement.  …Simply to fit into the culture (with its “science”, so-called). 

    …This is dangerously close to the kind of thing for which God condemned the false prophets: compromising with a godless culture and depicting a God who does not judge sin. 

    However, I thought that it was a mistake to categorise Gap Theorists as being in the “God plus evolution” camp (see presentation on video at 05:55).  Although I’m not acquainted with any Gap Theorists myself, I believe that they still hold to a six-day Creation (after a gap) and generally reject evolution.  I’d give them a category on their own — only theistic evolutionists and progressive creationists necessarily belong in the “God plus evolution” category.  Gap theorists are somewhere in between, since they seem generally to believe both in an old(er) Earth and in a literal, six-day creation.  My impression is that they believe in an Old Earth, whilst repudiating evolution — hence the necessity of a gap. 

  • Paul

    Hi  Doug. 

    I liked the presentation: it strikes me that the “God plus evolution” approach, in installing death at the beginning, effectively denies the Curse.  Moreover the evolutionary view attributes the Earth’s geology largely to gradual deposition rather than to global cataclysm.  Hence those who promote this view are at best softening (and at worse denying) God’s Judgement.  …Simply to fit into the culture (with its “science”, so-called). 

    …This is dangerously close to the kind of thing for which God condemned the false prophets: compromising with a godless culture and depicting a God who does not judge sin. 

    However, I thought that it was a mistake to categorise Gap Theorists as being in the “God plus evolution” camp (see presentation on video at 05:55).  Although I’m not acquainted with any Gap Theorists myself, I believe that they still hold to a six-day Creation (after a gap) and generally reject evolution.  I’d give them a category on their own — only theistic evolutionists and progressive creationists necessarily belong in the “God plus evolution” category.  Gap theorists are somewhere in between, since they seem generally to believe both in an old(er) Earth and in a literal, six-day creation.  My impression is that they believe in an Old Earth, whilst repudiating evolution — hence the necessity of a gap. 

    • douglashamp

      Thanks for the feedback. The Gap theory is definitely challenging. I agree that they don’t believe in evolution – I perhaps didn’t make that clear (time constraints). Blessings!

  • Dreia

    Thank you, Mr. Hamp for sharing this all-too-important videobyte.  Every scientist (evolutionist and atheist) need to see your 28-minute presentation.  You’ve done a fantastic job at focusing on key elements in the arguments brought up by evolutionists against G-d’s creation vs. evolution (man-made).
    Bravo to you and May The Good L-rd bless you further with more wisdom.  : )

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Brian-Willis/1512961773 Brian Willis

    i do believe god created the earth in six days. Just look at the massive size and scope of the universe, of all the other planets out there. Being that i play video games and have played with legos when i was a kid. it got me thinking god really can make an entire planet in six days no problem. Just like a video game god has the idea in mind and makes it out. video game programmers can make an entire world to explore, design trees, lakes, rivers, mountains, in the pixelated world and it doesnt take 65 millions years….so likewise our creator has the tools and ability to design a world too using his brand of pixels called atoms. ever seen when your going down a highway where you see the open side of a hill they cut through to lay the road? you see the layers of stone and so like a video game or better yet, legos ( i just use as comparison) god lays the stone forms the foundations adds all the other stuff.  jesus said “if you only had faith the size of a mustard grain you can say to that mountain to move over there” it gives a clue god can do stuff fast and it doesnt matter what size something is.  when genesis describes a day as being dark then the next day as light it is our calender days the way its set up…..because it doesnt stay dark for a million years unless god turns the sun off….so ya see it was created in 6 days as moses described it.  I do  believe god created the massive dinos in the beginning as living lawnmowers. Oh and the dinos were wiped out in the flood of noahs day thats why their skeletons are nearly intact showing a fast death and then covered by sediment. And the dinos would not have been a threat to man because the bible says beasts only feared man after the flood of noahs day…so man would not have needed to fear dinos back then. the mighty t-rex i theorize was nothing more than a giant buzzard like dino scavenging cleaning up the corpses of dead dinos and not a fierce killer.

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