The father of bacteriology was motivated by his faith in the Creator.
Did God create parasites to make us sick?
The complexity and coordination of flagella attest to the work of a Master Engineer who designed and created them to function in a wonderfully intricate manner.
How Christian Gram’s providential bacteria discovery in 1883 helped improve bacterial taxonomy and identify pathogens of infectious diseases.
Just as the baker uses yeasts to transform hard, flat dough into new bursting life in bread and beverages, the Creator makes new living creatures in Christ.
The molecular complexities of staphylococci mechanisms indicate the signature of a divine Designer who has placed his signature on his art piece, staphylococci.
Tick-borne diseases like Lyme disease have plagued humans for millennia. Did God make them that way, and what do they teach us about a fallen creation?
A creation perspective on why God allows emerging and reemerging diseases like COVID-19 and Lyme Disease that cause emotional, financial, and health problems.
In this paper the origin and genesis of COVID-19 are postulated, and the epidemiological/ecological aspects of the disease and biblical perspective are shared.
The immune system serves more than just to “defend” against disease – it was designed to interact with microbes and to cleanse the body.
How our immune system protects us from deadly pathogens and parasites through antibodies to demonstrate how we’re fearfully and wonderfully made.
Blood reveals much about the majesty of our Creator and Master Craftsman, irreducible complexity, and the health or disease state of the human body.
The Creator made all creatures, including amoebas, with variation and plasticity in their genome for global differences of climate, terrain, and environment.
Even though some intestinal bacteria strains are pathogenic and deadly, most coliforms strains still show evidence of being one of God’s “very good” creations.
This article explains the mysterious origin of a new strain of Serratia marcescens that produces prodigiosin up to 40°C without any enrichment to media.
We read in Genesis 1:31 that God made everything “very good.” If everything that God made was good, where did Giardia come from?
The emphasis of this article is to explain some of the “very good” design and purpose of Staphylococci and other good, beneficial bacteria of the nose.
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