News to Note, September 1, 2012

A weekly feature examining news from the biblical viewpoint

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1. Bill Nye Battles Critics

Bill Nye battles back at critics.

2. Handedness of Early Humans Speaks Volumes

Handedness of early humans speaks volumes.

3. Speciation and Evolution's Power

Does speciation really demonstrate “evolution’s power”?

4. Pro-Life Cause Does Not Need Shaky Science

Pro-life cause does not need shaky science.

5. Which Came First: Egg-Laying or Live Bearing Mammals?

“Eggs-actly what evolved first, egg-laying or live-bearing mammals?” evolutionists ask.

And Don’t Miss . . .

  • As a special treat this weekend, Answers in Genesis is pleased to share the first segment of the Creation Adventure Team video, Six Short Days, One Big Adventure (below). Additionally, we are pleased to offer the entire video to download for only $0.99 for a limited time from our online bookstore.

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