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Astronomers have thought that the conditions in planetary nebulae might be conducive to production of helium hydride.
We can argue about DNA, brain size, and upright stature, but Genesis 1 emphasizes an infinitely greater privilege that sets mankind apart.
When it comes to people with disabilities, Christians need to rethink what it means to be “fearfully and wonderfully made.”
The latest measure of the Hubble constant (H0) recently made headlines.
Tiny technology—an environmentally matched biological cloaking device—hides shrimp in plain sight.
Does a “primitive” frog show how frog-hopping evolved?
Prominent scientists are speaking out against Darwinian evolution, and they’re not even creationists.
The viceroy is a colorful butterfly that is known to mimic other species. But it is not just a tasty option that looks like the unpalatable models it mimics.
Our unsatisfied yearnings remind us that things are not always as they should be, but our grief can help us grow.
If we don’t work and pray to raise up generations on God’s Word, their naturally depraved sin nature will exhibit the same behaviors as ancient cultures.
The secret ingredient to continual breathing? Water.
Did Judas Iscariot die by hanging (Matthew 27:5) or did he die by falling and bursting open (Acts 1:18)?
As the only true flying mammals, bats are well equipped for the hunt. Their wings can maneuver nimbly to abruptly change directions and carry them swiftly.
Anyone who doubts there was once a “lost world” during the ice age simply needs to visit the La Brea Tar Pits in downtown L.A.
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