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Fossils are often found where they are not expected, and these finds cause evolutionists to frequently revise their timelines.
Your irresistible urge to snatch up that cute little puppy and hug it for all you’re worth isn’t just a feeling. It’s science.
The BBC’s evolution quiz involved seven questions that had to be answered true or false. So, let’s take the quiz and test the BBC’s understanding of evolution.
In light of the discussion from this report, what can we conclude from the debate between Dr. Herman Mays and Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson?
After 29 years of research, a creation astronomer has observable evidence that stars can’t be billions of years old.
Neo-Darwinism offers this basic equation for evolution: mutations + natural selection + millions of years = particles-to-person evolution.
Scientology was an interesting mixture between modern secular humanism, self-help psychology, and Eastern thought with a little science fiction thrown in.
Forming the coveted qualities of jade requires unique conditions unlike anything on earth today.
Gospel Reset deals with the topic of how we can more effectively evangelize a secularized culture. It also clearly presents the gospel, founded in Genesis.
What help and hope can we offer to family members and friends who seek death by suicide? Why and how must we promote life? We turn to the Bible for answers.
What do young people believe are the best evidences of evolution? A behavioral scientist sought the answer so we could target our training.
Did dinosaurs evolve into birds? Are the birds we see at our window actually feathered dinosaurs? For many evolutionists these claims are unassailable facts.
Terms like racism, prejudice, a black race, and a white race are common in news items these days. How should God’s people respond to matters of “race”?
If creationists are unwilling to change their basic beliefs, does that mean they’re not true scientists?
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