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Bible-believing Christians need not apply; in action or out of service?; John Scopes, creationist?; and more!
A British couple have been denied the privilege of caring for foster children because they hold biblical views on homosexual behavior.
Darwinists are quick to insist that humans evolved. But do they think we’re still evolving?
Thinking of taking a GPS-powered navigational device on your next road trip? Why not let a shark “ride shotgun” instead?
Research published in the Journal of Animal Ecology describes the “mental maps” that certain shark species rely on to find exact destinations with pinpoint accuracy.
They’re not quite peppered moths, but might black swallowtail butterflies be a new icon of evolution?
University of Texas–Austin biologist Larry Gilbert has spent years studying butterflies of the genus Heliconius, dramatically colored creatures that are common throughout tropical and subtropical America. Because they sport both diverse coloring and a range of behaviors, the butterflies are giving Gilbert’s team an ideal chance to observe the workings of natural selection—and perhaps see a new species form.
The Scopes “monkey trial” of Dayton, Tennessee, over eighty years ago, plays a unique role in the modern creation–evolution controversy. From the original media circus to the trial’s misrepresentation in the film Inherit the Wind, evolutionists have pointed to the trial as an example of creationist inanity. So should creationists be blamed for trying to advance our interpretation of the trial?
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