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Since bacteria can add information, could this process be used as evidence for evolution? The answer is no. Evolutionists may argue that this is acquiring information, but the acquisition of small DNA segments is still leading to disease.
The $3.26 billion Cassini-Huygens mission, launched in 1997, was a resounding success. It vastly improved our understanding of Saturn. The space probe Cassini’s most amazing discovery didn’t make the headlines: the clear testimony to Saturn’s young age and the fact that it had a Creator.
According to Genesis, everything was not only good as God pronounced it to be, but He pronounced it very good. Therefore, it is evident that disease has no origin in the beginning; furthermore, disease itself was not created, because that would not be consistent with God’s nature and the perfect creation.
Did YECs invent the terms origin science or historical science, and if so did we invent these terms just to discredit evolution? Do we deny that we can know anything about the past because we weren’t there to observe it, or that any event in the past is unknowable?
A study of the roles that metals (both transition metals and alkali and alkaline earth metals) play in life shows that each has been uniquely designed by a wise Creator to carry out specific and complex functions essential for life.
Nitrogen constitutes the major component (approximately 78%) of our atmosphere, with oxygen following at about 21%, and carbon dioxide at 0.04%. Though carbon dioxide constitutes a minor part of the atmosphere, life, as we know it, could not exist without it.
Whereas carbon may be viewed as a LEGO® piece, carbon-based compounds are the whole LEGO® set as the same pieces are used to construct the multitude of life forms from plants to insects to humans each with very different structures and purposes.
Water, the most abundant compound on earth, perhaps in the solar system, has many properties that make it truly remarkable especially in regard to making earth habitable and life possible. Each of the following properties discussed here clearly shows that water is purposefully designed for making the earth habitable.
With the correct biblical worldview in mind, Richard Lenski’s E. coli demonstrate an amazingly complex showcase for design by an all-knowing Creator.
A Harvard-trained geneticist shows how new findings have shattered Darwin’s best guesses about the origin of species.
The presence of tissue, cells, and proteins remaining in dinosaur fossils poses a direct biochemical challenge to the standard geologic dating paradigm.
Understanding the flu’s origins will practically aid us in treating the flu virus, so let’s take a look first at what causes the flu.
Modern advances in computers have taken artificial intelligence to stunning new levels. Will that threaten our humanity?
Most evolutionary astronomers talk about the Oort cloud like it’s a fact. Yet they admit no direct observational evidence exists.
Viruses are amazingly complex and beautiful machines. They exhibit all the hallmarks of being designed, though we often fail to recognize them as such.
Minerals display not only God’s incredible creativity and His care for our needs, but also His unbounded love of variety and beauty.
Because of the impact of evolution on the theological world today, an increasing number of evangelical scholars are denying Adam’s historicity.
Many theologians deny that Genesis 3 teaches the doctrine of the Fall and argue it is not original to the text but something that has been forced upon it.
A recent study of the salivary mucin-7 gene (MUC7) demonstrated there was genetic variation of this gene among different primate species.
“Planet Earth makes its own water from scratch deep in the mantle” was the article headline in the January 27, 2017, New Scientist’s Daily News.
The love of humans doesn’t last forever. It wavers and sometimes fails. It can’t help us avoid the consequences of death. But the love of God can.
This amazing organ quietly serves several invaluable roles in our blood system, keeping our bodies healthy.
The emphasis of this article is to explain some of the “very good” design and purpose of Staphylococci and other good, beneficial bacteria of the nose.
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