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Biology makes little sense without the Bible. Why do we observe animals varying within their respective kinds and not changing into other kinds? Why do we observe life giving rise to life, not life from non-life, which molecules-to-man evolution requires?
Some people get frustrated when they realize that the “facts” taught in biology class today might turn out to not be true tomorrow. But it really reminds us of how much we have left to learn.
Why should a person’s arm have the same kind of bone pattern as the leg of a dog and the wing of a bat? There are two basic ideas, descent from a common ancestor or creation according to a common plan.
What if we could design a super-small, versatile machine that could travel up blood vessels to deliver targeted medical aid? The fast-moving, single-celled organism, Giardia lamblia, has a unique combination of paired “whips” (flagella) that give it incredible maneuverability. Could miniaturized motorized vehicles be built to imitate this amazing design?
Disease, an enemy in a once-perfect creation, does not provide evidence of evolution but rather shows the destructive and often deadly effects of sin.
Mushrooms, molds, yeasts, and more—fungi are God-designed organisms that decompose and clean up organic waste.
The fascinating study of microbiology reveals the unbelievable diversity of microscopic organisms—some that even dwell in toxic sea vents and the Dead Sea!
Plants grow in nearly every environment and come in an amazing variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and types. These “solar machines” are marvels of design.
What mysterious quality makes a creature alive at one moment but is absent the instant the creature dies? The Bible answers the question, “What is life?”
God created earth teeming with life: mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish, creepy crawlies and dinosaurs. These animals testify to their awesome Creator.
Solution to the mystery of terrestrial toes said to reside in the spotted gar.
Biting opened the way for biodiversity, evolutionists say.
Ancient microfossils have supposedly solved the evolutionary enigma of the Cambrian Explosion.
Microbes live in a mutualistic relationship with the human body, make up the human microbiome, and play a role in our health by modulating the immune system.
Dinosaur body temperatures, like Goldilocks’s preferred porridge, may have been neither hot nor cold but somewhere in the middle.
The fact is, however, that it has been proved in many cases that homologous structures are not produced by homologous genes!