Ancestral grazing Age of the earth? Bug type Ancient weaponry Fruit fly psychology
Did “human ancestors” come down from the trees to graze?
Untestable age of the earth becomes contestable political litmus test.
Bowel bug type tied to common ape-like ancestry.
Common ancestor of Neanderthals and Homo sapiens said to have made spears.
Larval adversity affects genetically mediated behavior in adult fruit flies.
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- Many people ask why they should trust the Bible. A series of videos designed to help answer that question has recently been added to the AiG website. Especially geared to unbelieving skeptics, the videos are also a great help to believers. Many believers, constantly exposed to secular challenges, need stronger faith in God’s Word. And Christians who take seriously God’s call to be ready to provide answers for the hope we have in Christ (1 Peter 3:15) will find these videos helpful as they consider the answers they need to have “ready.” Be sure to catch True Life videos, a series recently produced by TrueLife founder Jesse Connors. In them Christian leaders like Ken Ham and Dr. Johnny Hunt explain why we believe the Bible is trustworthy, reliable, and authoritative. These presentations share the gospel of salvation through faith in the grace of Jesus Christ. They also point people to churches where they can benefit from personal fellowship with Christians ready to help them find the answers for life’s most important challenges in the Word of God. Links to the introductory video and others such as “Is There a God?” and “Was There a Global Flood?” are available at Ken Ham’s blog: TrueLife Videos. Be sure to watch the whole series at www.TrueLife.org.
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