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Examining the battlefield of Fort Mystick, almost 400 years later, can illustrate both the value and limitations of forensic science, showcasing apologetics.
Do trillions of artifacts found in Africa and elsewhere prove that the young-earth creation view is ridiculous?
Another example of design which can be seen in the microbial world is the production of a blood-red pigment made by Serratia marcescens.
There are many extraordinary examples of design in the microbial world. In this chapter, two examples are given.
Bioluminescence helps many animals hunt, hide, or reproduce, and it remains a riddle for evolutionary scientists.
Only one place on Earth holds a treasure trove of precious opals—Australia’s Outback.
Fleas are considered a nuisance. How can they be explained as a part of God’s very good creation?
The love of humans doesn’t last forever. It wavers and sometimes fails. Ultimately it can’t help us avoid the consequences of death. But the love of God can.
Internet posts continue to accuse the RATE team of ignoring clear evidence of contamination. But is this really the case?
Truth is a huge theme in the Bible—He is the “God of truth” (Psalm 31:5), who says, “be holy, for I the Lord your God am holy” (Leviticus 19:2).
In a blog post for The Gospel Coalition, Justin Taylor presented his reasons for doubting that the days of creation in Genesis 1 were literal 24-hour days.
It seems that truth has become a somewhat dirty word, or at least a corrupted one. In its place we are left with a whole lot of uncertainty.
Does the “world’s oldest sponge” confirm evolutionary beginnings of multicellular animal life at least 600 million years ago?
Does the Cambrian explosion mark the beginning of the catastrophic global Flood or the beginning of vertebrate evolution?
Will studies revealing a quasar with a much-too-massive black hole and a galaxy with young space dust lead to the downfall of the big bang model?
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