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In 2013, it seems that animals—ever a prominent theme for evolutionary biologists—have proven a marvelous showcase for God’s designs.
Microbes, fully-functioning stromatolites, and even stromatolite reefs may have been created by God before Day Three of the Creation Week.
Does the Chesapeake Bay crater memorialize a meteorite impact from the time of Noah’s Flood?
Iron may be the key to the surprising preservation of dinosaur soft tissue.
In their latest effort, O’Reilly and Dugard attempt to write the history of the most famous person of all time, Jesus Christ.
Grandma Primate, What good eyes you have! “The better to see snakes,” evolutionists suggest.
Smithsonian’s list of historic icons that shaped America credits the Burgess Shale with putting us in our rightful place.
Does the chimpanzee ability to see-a-snake and sound-a-signal recapitulate the evolutionary underpinnings of human language?
Does the curious mosaic cobbled from the Dmanisi dig demonstrate we are all one family?
Not a poison but a pain-killer, scorpion venom is a vain deterrent to hungry grasshopper mice.
Are empathetic bonobos our evolutionary soul-mates?
There is no other plant like it because it is so strange that some scientists have classified it as the only member of its species, genus, family, and order.
Fossils like thousands of “blobs with toes” mark the presence of dinosaur diversity in the Alaskan past.
How could Moses and Aaron have so many relatives (about 8,600) when their father only had two sons and one daughter?
Bryan’s objections to evolution were openly related to Darwin’s writings about eugenics and its implications for human rights, human dignity, and humanity as a whole.
The inventory of life’s building blocks in space rocks rises.
The purpose of this section is to define some of the interpretive schemes that have arisen since the idea of vast ages became popular in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Like modern rodents, “primitive” multituberculates were already fully equipped to go anywhere and eat anything.
Identification of fossilized species, especially for an entire group of extinct animals, can be challenging.
Many pastors and teachers today unfortunately no longer exhort or instruct their congregations correctly.
A literate foundation for ancient Jerusalem
We will discuss how instructors are using the Hardy-Weinberg Principle as evidence for molecules-to-man Darwinian Evolution, why this method of application is incorrect.
Mitochondrial Eve finally meets Y-chromosome Adam (sort of).
Evolutionists say birds evolved from dinosaurs with flight-ready brains.
A study by anthropologists with a different version of mankind’s evolutionary history threatens to return them to the arena to settle their differences.
West Nile virus: brought to you by public enemy number one
Archaeologists uncover evidence of early cultivation and crop storage throughout the Fertile Crescent.
The abortion ban Texas is debating already exists in 12 other states.
While not addressing the age of the earth, this book contains many powerful chapters that point out the dangers and implications of the theory of evolution.
Microbiology and parasitology research based on the creation paradigm appears to provide some answers puzzling questions.
Are there “striking similarities” in ape and human communication, and what do they mean?
An ounce of primate prompts a pound of speculation.
Researchers believe water trapped in tiny fractures within sulphide deposits has had no contact with water exposed for 1.5 to 2.64 billion years.
New “fresh flesh and blood” mammoth discovery animates clonal hopes.
A biomechanical study of murre—one that dives well but also flies—presumably sheds light on penguin flightlessness.
The Human Genome Project, supposedly disproved the possibility of all humans being descended from one man and woman. But what does the science really show?
Is evolution churning out smarter cockroaches skilled at evading and escaping your exterminator’s best tricks?
Are human embryos created through cloning less human than those produced through the union of sperm and egg?
The firestorm that erupted over a Christian school’s fourth grade science quiz was featured Sunday, May 19, in a South Carolina newspaper.
For years the Boy Scouts of America debated whether or not it should permit homosexual leaders and members.
Preserved in Lark Quarry’s mid-Cretaceous rock are almost 4,000 individual tracks representing about 180 dinosaurs.
Should medical educators clutter the busy course schedule that medical students must master with additional instruction in evolution?
Bladderwort DNA is 97% junk-free: Are there evolutionary implications?
Is there any real difference between Gosnell’s victims and the invisible millions.
Does Dr. Ross’s view (particularly about the origin the earth, sun, moon, and stars) really stand up to scrutiny with an open Bible?
Postmodernism is at the root of many attacks on the authority of God’s Word today. Many people do not realize that they and their children are being quietly indoctrinated.
Jacques Derrida’s philosophy of deconstruction has become the foundation of many postmodern ideas today. Deconstruction centers on the idea that texts contain oppositional relationships, where one par
While new historicists and those who hold to similar ideals may have a passion for those they consider to be marginalized, sadly, sin has marred what man views as worthy of protecting and justifying.
Evangelical feminism teaches an egalitarian view of marriage and roles in the church, to the point where passages that clearly teach male headship are reinterpreted, explained away, or ignored.
The phrase “queer theory,” coined by Teresa de Lauretis, describes a school of thought that examines sexual identity, human sexuality, and gender.