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Real-life examples are increasingly showing the brain (particularly the infant brain) to be much more complex than this simplistic understanding.
Believing that Santa is watching and judging their actions may be an effective way of getting children to behave, but what message is this sending?
Two examples of our Lord’s creativity involve insects you’ve probably seen before but perhaps not thought much about: the water strider and the leafhopper.
The Japanese tsunami debris didn’t travel alone. Thousands of tiny voyagers survived the long passage at sea by riding on plastics.
Why are the oldest trees, in an evolutionary timeframe, the most complicated and unlike anything surviving today?
Genesis: Paradise Lost is the first film to bring the events of Creation Week and Adam and Eve’s time in the Garden of Eden to life in 3D animation.
According to researchers, the seedy proffering from bird feeders is driving the rapid evolution of bird species.
In a recent study, scientists from Canada are claiming to have given the warm ponds theory a boost regarding the evolutionary origins of life on earth.
First United Methodist Church in Texas announced they will no longer perform weddings until their denomination allows them to “marry” same-sex couples.
It’s time for a new reformation. We need to symbolically nail our theses to church doors and call the church back to her foundation—the Word of God.
A new study revealed that “our view of what is morally right or wrong is shaped by how widespread a particular behavior is.”
Is the collective body of knowledge and the methodology we call “science” teetering on the precipice of extinction or, worse, about to be pushed off?
According to Liberty Counsel, a pro bono religious freedom group, 46 Christian or nonprofit groups have been categorized as “hate groups” by SPLC.
Our tongues can sense five basic tastes with specialized nerve cells for each. A new study suggests our tongues can detect another “taste”—tasteless water.
Reports proclaim human actions, in this case the building of a hydro-electric dam, are “messing with evolution” because of changes in a species of gecko.
Sexual selection is the process by which the traits that affect mate choice shape the genetics of the species.
Steve Chalke argued that ancient erotic art from Pompeii shows New Testament verses used to label same-sex activity as sinful were not doing so.
A Canadian Christian school was ordered “to refrain from reading or studying ‘any scripture that could be considered offensive to particular individuals.’”
Children’s Hospital researchers grew human colon organoids (simplified organs from just a few stem cells).
This emphasis on Scripture and salvation, all for God’s glory, was the clarion call of the Reformation. A call for a return to truth and God’s grace.
A new study has shown that it’s not just newborns that prefer faces. Unborn babies in the third trimester of pregnancy show this same affinity for faces.
Memorial Day is a time of family, fellowship, and sometimes camping or kicking off the start of summer. But, above all, it is a time of remembrance.
A recent Gallup poll, taken annually since 2001, asked Americans to “rate whether different practices are morally acceptable or morally wrong.”
How do you determine right from wrong? A new study by Lifeway Research reports how Americans of varying ages determine morality.
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