Mars

The Red Planet

Identification of Mars as “the Red Planet” is common knowledge even for non-astronomers, and its color is known to stand out to the skygazer’s naked eye. But despite the association, Mars may not have always been red, researchers announce.

Water On Mars

You do not have to be an evolutionist to be curious about the Martian past. Martian water is not inconsistent with a biblical worldview. Even Martian microbes, if they are ever found, are not inconsistent with the Bible.

Martian Methane

Although methane can have geological origins, it is more commonly produced biologically (on earth, anyway)—and thus the methane was considered a possible sign of martian life. However, chemists reveal an interesting “problem” with the methane discovery.

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