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As long as there have been humans, men and women have looked at what God has made and tried to copy it.
Answers magazine readers respond to AM v6 n4.
Did you notice a great weight hanging over your shoulders today?
Were Adam and Eve human-like animals before God transformed them into His image?
Was Genesis 1 written from the perspective of “God’s time,” unlike the rest of Scripture?
The marvelous designs in the biological world have inspired a new field of science, called biomimicry.
What if we could build light-weight flying machines that flap their wings and maneuver silently, without conventional airplane engines?
Hydrogen is extracted out of water, similar to plants.
What if we could design tape and adhesives that automatically cleaned themselves every time they got dirty or wet?
In today’s world we often hear statements like “science disproves creation” or “science proves evolution.”
The discovery of ancient law codes and historical records that precede Moses has opened a treasure trove of information about early civilization.
The decision to follow Christ requires heroic dedication: a daily willingness to submit our most dearly held viewpoints and behaviors to the “creative destruction” of God’s Word.
Did God create the first human being from nonliving matter and breathe life into him, or is another interpretation possible? Scripture doesn’t leave room for doubt.
Download biblical authority discussion questions for your Bible study.
Read Chapter 5 from Don DeYoung’s book, Our Created Moon.
Read an Answers magazine interview with Tom Vail, founder of Canyon Ministries.
Read two chapters from The Time Machine by Tim Chaffey.
Try some air pressure experiments.
Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. We focus on providing answers to questions about the Bible—particularly the book of Genesis—regarding key issues such as creation, evolution, science, and the age of the earth.