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It is often claimed that it takes more faith to believe in evolution than creation.
As far as stereotypes go, cavemen make easy targets—especially when transplanted into the twenty-first century.
God provided our skin with millions of miniature umbrellas, filled with melanin, to guard our bodies from the sun’s most deadly ultraviolet rays.
A discussion on a previous ARJ paper in regard to Australopithecus sediba and its classification.PDF Download
The Bible teaches that the early patriarchs often lived to be nearly 1,000 years old and even had children when they were several hundred years old!
The bones in our bodies aren't just strong and flexible, they're constantly building and repairing themselves.
The FDA announced approval of Plan B, a hormonal birth control drug, also known as a “morning-after” pill, for over-the-counter sale to women aged 18 and older.
It is fitting that one of the most marvelous organs in the body should be used to hear the Word of God.
Most people give little thought to the placenta, and few appreciate the marvelous complexity and profound importance of this organ.
Hair is mentioned over 100 times in the Bible, often in the context of God’s loving care and protection for His people.
Now that the euphoria in the media has settled down on the “walking fish,” it is time to reflect upon what must surely be the biggest fish story of the decade.PDF Download
The field of paleoanthropology and the evolution of man is more fraught with controversy than probably any other field of evolutionary studies.
Once again, the media is abuzz with feathered dinosaurs busily “experimenting” with flight. This time the presumed dinosaur, Microraptor gui.PDF Download
Wednesday evening (April 12) the History Channel will present “Scopes: The battle over America’s soul.”
The secular press has been buzzing over a report that a fossil had been found in the Arctic that supposedly proves that land animals evolved from fish.
The second article in a two part series discussing what happened at the 172nd meeting of the AAAS last month.
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