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Biblical truth should not be just a starting point—our whole philosophy and worldview should be submitted to the acid test of biblical authority. That includes our interpretation of scientific data.
A recent Internet report claimed that researchers caught “infant” stars in the act of “feeding.” But is there more to the story?
What can the lowly crustacean teach about genetic diversity? Quite a bit, as it turns out.
Want to be a better witness? Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., shows you how to help others see the authority they rely upon and then to lead them to the gospel message.
Much has been made of laminin having a cross shape. But should we look for such “signs” to prove the accuracy of God’s Word?
For years pseudogenes have been used by skeptics to promote evolution. But you can refute this every time you breathe in.
The book Origins: A Reformed Look at Creation, Design, & Evolution fails to live up to its title and skews or ignores both scientific and theological evidence.
What exactly are these animals and how did they come to be? Are they new species? Can the Bible explain such a thing?
Often when Christians think of the first sin, they think of Adam and Eve and the Fall in the Garden of Eden. While this is indeed the first human sin, it is not the first recorded sin in Scripture.
The recent discovery of rapid changes in a lizard population has offered an excellent test—and an astounding confirmation—of the creation model.
In a recent article, New Scientist discusses five supposed vestigial organs in the human body, but as Dr. David DeWitt shows, there’s more to the story than evolutionists will admit.
Gene duplications followed by subsequent mutation of the duplicated genes are often cited by evolutionists as a mechanism for adding new information to the genome.
This is the fascinating story about how, due to a combination of environmental changes and selective predation, a moth turned into, well, a moth.
The concern over global warming seems to be escalating. But what do the data show?
Sometimes critics of Creation refer to the creation/evolution debate as “science vs. the Bible” or “reasoning vs. faith.” Of course, nothing could be further from the truth.
A recent study claimed to offer proof of the RNA-world hypothesis or the origin of life. The evidence, however, is greatly lacking.
Some evolutionists have argued that science isn’t possible without evolution. But is evolution even science?
A recent study claims that the rate of mutation has sharply increased over the last 10,000 years. But what is the reason for this change?
Some people who believe God doesn’t exist say that God’s Word shouldn’t be consulted to see if the Bible is from Him or not. But on what basis is such a claim valid?