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The generation that reached adulthood after the turn of the century is turning away from organized religion.
Understanding the flu’s origins will practically aid us in treating the flu virus, so let’s take a look first at what causes the flu.
Viruses are amazingly complex and beautiful machines. They exhibit all the hallmarks of being designed, though we often fail to recognize them as such.
While it’s often swept under the rug, we shouldn’t dismiss the amazing design found in soil particulates.
Even though there are mostly good germs, many tend to focus on only the bad germs. So skeptics question whether pathogens were present on the Ark.
Evolutionists frequently cite the genetic code’s universality as proof of evolution from a common ancestor.
All questions on the origin of life hinge on our understanding of genetics because the first cell couldn’t just form and then die.
The list of beneficial functions for Endogenous Retroviruses continues to grow. ERVs also promote healthy immune responses—another creationist confirmation.
We need to balance our understanding of the microscopic world because it is an essential part of and critically affects our everyday life.
ERVs are found in the same location in the genome across species, so evolutionists apply their ideas of common ancestry and say ERVs demonstrate evolution.
Ebola is a virus with a high mortality rate. The outbreak in West Africa has killed thousands. Where is God amid all this death, disease, pain, and suffering?
In Western civilization, the Mosaic generation and those that are younger are leaving religious institutions en masse while embracing spirituality nonetheless at unprecedented rates.PDF Download
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