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Why is this question asked? While it is likely raised because postmodernism demands that all roads lead to God, it still has some validity because of a man we meet in the book of Genesis: Abraham.
Humans can’t fix this planet—it’s doomed in its current state. And sadly, the majority of people are also doomed, but there’s real hope!
To settle this issue of the reality of dragons, let us turn to the Word of Almighty God who knows all things.
Don’t look now, but you’re being watched by an amazing variety of magnificent eyes.
Since plants are unable to simply get up and walk, or even shout when in danger, we often think of plants as passive.
In today’s world we often hear statements like “science disproves creation” or “science proves evolution.”
Do plants and leaves die? What is the difference between plants and animals or man? For a biblical answer, we need to look at the phrase nephesh chayyah.
The challenge of raising children is a lot like gardening . . . weeds and all.
Can a person believe in an old earth and an old universe (millions or billions of years in age) and be a Christian? Find out what the Bible says.
Want to race? It’s easy to see why white-tailed deer have become winners in the Americas.
What if we could design a super-small, versatile machine that could travel up blood vessels to deliver targeted medical aid?
Genetics confirms the recent, supernatural creation of Adam and Eve and refutes the evolutionary narrative on human origins.
God’s knowledge about the future isn’t just a minor issue for theological debate. It’s central to our hope of eternal life.
What if we could design a material for roads that would only get small cracks that resealed with chemical bonds as good as new?
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