Jonathan Park

The  Jonathan Park Audio Adventure Series, originally created by the Institute for Creation Research, and then produced by Vision Forum Ministries before they closed down, is now produced by Creation Works.

This the screenshot that welcomes you:

Can You Feel the Love?

Watch Out, Evolution Bullies! Here Come the Creationists! 37,000 Familes (sic)!

The series is produced from an  anti-evolution, pro-young-Earth Creation perspective and in order to make their case,  many of the ideas presented are not in line with mainstream science.  In addition to only presenting evidence in a way that supports a literal interpretation of Genesis, the series also misrepresents evolutionary views and ideas to make them easier to refute and discredit.

Most (if not all) of the episodes contain a combination of logical fallacies, false information and anti-evolution propaganda tied into a storyline where the Christians are the good guys and the evolutionists are the bad guys.  Bible verses are used – sometimes bewilderingly – to support the ideas presented.

There are now TEN albums — 120 episodes in all — of anti-evolution, young-Earth propaganda being aired on radio stations and listened to by thousands of people.

The albums are for sale, but you can also listen to “This Week’s Episode” on their website. This week’s episode is Episode 41: The Red Menace, Part II.

I have written reviews for eight albums (96 episodes) and the review for Ep. 41 is here.

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EDITED TO ADD:

I wrestled with whether to put this up or not. The grammar ‘bully’ in me won.

My daughter and I

Spot the error. Fix the error. Anyone? Anyone?

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Posted on Thursday, January 15th, 2015, in Creation vs Evolution, Creation Works, Education, Evolution, Faith and Culture, Fundamentalism, Home Schooling, Jonathan Park, Jonathan Park Reviews, Vision Forum, Vision Forum Ministries, Young Earth Creationism. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. What I like is how “Creation Adventures” covers up the bottom part of the “a”, so on a quick take these are definitely the Creation Adventures of Jonathan Pork.

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  2. I imagine that he is creating bacon.

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  3. It has Ham’s approval, make no bones about it.

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  4. Should it be “Here are” rather than “Here is (here’s)”? Still doesn’t sit right with me though.

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  5. “daughter and me”? Because if daughter wasn’t there it would be “training me” not “training I”. That’s some kind of rule from a fuzzy memory from language arts class.

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  6. hktelemacher is right!

    Thankful’s statement should be:

    “I have found your series invaluable in training both my daughter and ME.”

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  7. Billiousau,

    I, too, wondered whether “Here are” would be more correct, but then decided “Here is” is correct.

    My reasoning: If you rearrange the words, it would be,

    “What our friends are saying is here.”
    “What…is here.”

    Therefore, “here is” is correct.

    I’m willing to be corrected!

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