Video: Molecular Motors Are Obviously Designed

This is a very short video, but the author has aggregated several great clips of molecular motor design in living cells. All I ask is that you look at it with your “commonsense hat” on: Do these look designed or not? Listen to the descriptions in the video: clutches, switches, etc. In a normal world, our basic, instinctive response to this information would be to assume that these motors have been intelligently crafted. Evolutionists seek to train you to ignore that instinct, and their words can sound convincing—after all, our untutored, “commonsense” conclusions about some phenomena are truly incorrect. Yet even some atheists recognize that the evidence behind the theory of evolution has not yet earned the credibility to ask you to ignore your intuitive conclusion that this is designed. Take a look for yourself:

Podcast 92: The Pros and Cons of Science Fiction

Science fiction is still popular, as recent box-office results illustrate. But indulging in fiction of any sort requires us to keep our biblical worldview in place and our biblically thinking brains engaged, with sci-fi, as a genre, presenting some special challenges in this regard. Today, we talk about that and hope you’ll join us!

Also, we mention a split sermon in this week’s podcast. Here it is: “Processing Data in Fakeworld.”

Podcast 86: Choosing Your Friends Wisely

Your friends will have a powerful impact and influence on you. On this week’s podcast, we discuss some biblical passages that can help us to choose our friends wisely.

In the episode, we briefly mention an article that talks about the people you will inevitably meet if you are on social media. If you’d like to read that article, here it is: “A Biblical Guide for Using Social Media.” (We both have since thought that “The Five People You Will Meet Online” might be a better name, but it is what it is!)

Welcome to the Living Youth website!

A big hello to any first-time visitors! Here’s all you need to know…

  • If you want to apply for camp, don’t hang around here! You can click here or click on the big blue button in the margin (if you’re on a laptop), and you will be taken to the application page. Or, if you’d like to see pics from past camps, just type “camp” in the search box and look all you’d like!
  • You might be here for the weekly podcast. If so, you can scroll down to the most recent one or just click right here for the whole collection of 90+ (so far) episodes. It is also available on all major podcast platforms (at least the ones we know about), including Spotify, Apple, and Google. The newest one is likely right below this post, though, so feel free to scroll on through and tap or click to your heart’s content.
  • As for other original content, we’ve had some nice starts, but we are still growing in that area. Still, if you’re willing to explore, you will find written posts about modesty (for both men and women), overcoming a sense of how intimidating the Bible can be, an exploding whale, and more—hopefully, with more to come. We also do occasional additional videos, such as “Five Questions” interviews with individuals here at HQ to help you get to know the people behind the scenes. Keep coming back and keep an eye on what we add!
  • We occasionally highlight key moments in LCG sermons or articles you might find especially interesting.
  • And when we stumble across fascinating content outside of the LCG-o-sphere, we try to highlight those items, as well. (E.g., how do America’s river systems help make it so OP? And just how amazing is our immune system, anyway?)
  • Finally, if you’d like to give feedback or suggest topics about the podcast or make suggestions about the website in general, you can contact us here in Editorial at [email protected].

Living Ed Video! Looking Back on 2022–2023

I just saw this was online and realized many of you may have never seen it. So, as the Living Ed school year begins anew here in Charlotte this week, we thought it would be good to highlight this video featuring last year’s class—that is, the class of 2023—and illustrating a little about life at LE! This year’s group, the class of 2024, is the largest yet at 22. Looking forward to what the next nine months has in store for them.

Sermon mentioned: “The Third Law”

In Episode 64 of the podcast, Mr. Robinson mentions a great sermon by the late Mr. Rod King. It really is a wonderful sermon—one of his best—and we heartily recommend it to you if you’ve never listened to it.

“Unpardonable Sin” Whiteboard video mentioned in Podcast 62

We thought this was so nicely done that it seemed worth posting on its own page. Podcast 62 was about the “Unpardonable Sin” and we linked to this video there on that page. But here it is, embedded, if you’d like to watch it. We think the whiteboard crew did a great job with this one—a video viewed on YouTube more than 1.3 million times. Have a look! (Then listen to the podcast! And read Mr. Ames’ article!)