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Topic Suggestions for Student Essay Contest

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There are zillions of possible topics! Literally the whole universe is full of God's fingerprints! Here are a few suggestions:

 Remember that YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PROVE CREATION. You just need to be careful and honest, and consult creationist sources, because the usual sources (most textbooks, TV documentaries, TV shows, movies, most magazines and newspapers) are very biased against God, the Bible, and creation. Remember that some evidences for creation are obsolete or poor, although the great majority are factual and logical!

You also need to look at evolutionist sources. How can you argue for your point when you don't know the claims of the evolutionists?

Do limit your topic to what you can discuss within your length limits. You may have to narrow your subject from what you originally planned.

Anthropology - Physical

Picture of Neanderthal girl Neandertal child, modeled using software at Univ. of Zurich. Released to public use by Univ. of Zurich. via Wikimedia Commons

Anthropology - Cultural

Picture of Noah sacrificing after the Flood - click for image on Wikimedia Picture of Noah sacrificing after the Flood - click for image on Wikimedia

Archaeology

Picture of sunset/sunrise seen through two of the upright stones at Stonehenge. Photo by Hulki Okan Tabak on Unsplash, used by permission Picture of sunset/sunrise seen through two of the upright stones at Stonehenge. Photo by Hulki Okan Tabak on Unsplash, used by permission

Bible/Theology

Open Bible, image from knowhimonline at flickr.com Open Bible, image from knowhimonline at flickr.com

History/Sociology/Government/Philosophy

U.S. Capitol Building Full View, by Noclip - Own work. Public Domain- click for website U.S. Capitol Building. Public Domain- click for website

Astronomy/Cosmology/Physics

NASA image "Large and small stars in harmonious coexistence". 
			Click for original web file. NASA image "Large and small stars in harmonious coexistence". Click for original web file.

Biology

Kate from UK / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0) Hoatzin bird in Peru, by Kate in wikimedia

Earth and Space Science

Bryce Canyon, courtesy of Debbie and Wayne Heitmann Bryce Canyon, courtesy of Debbie and Wayne Heitmann

Fossils

Picture of the Delk track: dinosaur and alleged human footprint. Click for an online discussion. Picture of the Delk Track, having dinosaur and human tracks in the same rock. Is it a forgery? Click for an article on that.

Journalism and Media

Picture of the Australopithicine "Lucy" in Chicago Field Museum. Click for Answers in Genesis article on Lucy Model of Lucy, an Australopithicine ape, in Chicago Field Museum, showing human-like hands, feet, and upright walking - not supported by fossil evidence

Science

Portrait (edited) of Sir Francis Bacon, often called "the Father of the Scientific Method." Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. Click for article online Sir Francis Bacon, "Father of the Scientific Method"

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