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While there is much similarity in DNA sequences and gene expression among them, there are also important differences. In the case examined, as in other cases, the differences make the difference.
A recent article from The Washington Post had the headline, “New Analyses Bolster Central Tenets of Evolution Theory.”
Last week, in a special issue of Nature devoted to chimpanzees, researchers report the initial sequence of the chimpanzee genome.
Soft tissue recovered from a Tyrannosaurus rex fossil leg bone, and a paper in Nature describes a plant that can fix its own mutations.
Students who are only ever exposed to evolutionary theory may assume that it is correct and might not even know how to question it.
Theistic evolution is a significant threat to the Christian church. It undermines the very foundation of the Christian faith and causes people to doubt the truth of Scripture.
This paper examines the influence of a YEC apologetics course on creation and evolution worldview attitudes of Liberty University students.
A study is being conducted to define and measure a creationist worldview while determining factors that influence the beliefs and attitudes about origins in a Christian college student population.
A new report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that the common value of >98% similarity of DNA between chimp and humans is incorrect.
There is no doubt that the evolutionary paradigm is dominant at virtually every college/university in the United States.
Through 1979, about 8,000 people in Virginia were prevented from being able to have children because they were considered to be ‘unfit.’
The issue of cloning and stem-cell research is again at the forefront of international debate.
In the mid 1800s, when Charles Darwin was proposing his theory of evolution, two other scientists were disproving a commonly held notion.
As a scientist involved in the study of Alzheimer’s disease, I have followed with interest the debate on the use of embryonic stem cells.
From the hype of the press release, it would seem that evolution was finally proven once and for all and the creationists should just give up and go home.
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