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2006 Volume 1

2006 Volume 1

Answers in Depth (AiD) explores the biblical worldview in addressing modern scientific research, history, current events, popular media, theology, and much more. AiD provides Christians with powerful apologetic answers, careful critiques, and close examinations of the world around them.

Contents

  • Technical
    Were Retroviruses Created Good?
    Dec. 20, 2006

    Rather than being added on during evolution by accident, some endogenous retroviruses must have been incorporated into the initial design of eukaryotic life.

  • Semi-Technical Research Paper
    The Neandertals: Our Worthy Ancestors
    Nov. 29, 2006

    One hundred and fifty years have passed since the first Neandertal fossil individual was discovered in 1856 in the Neander Valley in Germany.

  • Semi-Technical Research Paper
    Lucy’s child, “Selam,” from Ethiopia
    Nov. 1, 2006

    The morphology of this new fossil discovery and the lack of transitional forms indicate that this fossil discovery has no relevance to human origins.

  • Technical Research Paper
    Human-Caused Global Warming Slight So Far
    Sept. 20, 2006

    Reasons why Christians should be cautious about the controversial topic of global warming are listed.

  • Semi-Technical Research Paper
    Evolution or Adaptation?
    Aug. 23, 2006

    A researcher suggests that a single mutation in mouse DNA is a major contributor to the light coat color seen in beach mice leading to better survival in a sandy environment. The news article states that this “provides evidence that evolution can occur in big leaps.”

  • Semi-Technical Research Paper
    “Evolution” of Finch Beaks—Again
    July 19, 2006

    According to an ABC News article reporting on the July 14th issue of Science magazine, the beaks of Darwin’s finches in the Galapagos Islands have “evolved” yet again.

  • Semi-Technical Research Paper
    Origins of Life: A Simple Approach?
    July 12, 2006

    The origin of life is very problematic to explain using naturalistic mechanisms.

  • Technical Research Paper
    Genetic Variance of Influenza Type A Avian Virus and its Evolutionary Implications
    May 17, 2006

    Are the mechanisms avian influenza utilizes to propagate and evade annihilation considered evolution?

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