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The best question to pose about this article on bilaterian evolution would be, “Are the contents of this article absolutely true?”
If you’ve heard of these geoglyphs, you know they’re quite the mystery to archaeologists and most other experts. Discovered by accident from an airplane in 1927, their purpose remains a conundrum.
Why does the book of Matthew state that the mother of James and John asked Jesus for a special privilege, while the book of Mark declares that James and John actually asked for this honor?
Did Enoch die as Hebrews 11:13 seems to imply or was he taken as stated in Genesis 5:24 and Hebrews 11:5? David Wright explains.
Were the Israelites in Egypt for only 215 years? If so, what about the passages that have 400 or 430 years?
Why does God say the moon gives light when it only reflects light?
Evolution can become so ingrained in our thinking that we don’t even notice it. Our government schools and universities are entrenched in evolution.
Were there enough people to build the pyramids?
As a part of carrying out our theme for 2006-2007, “We’re taking them back,” we see the university campus as a place of great need.
In the Answers magazine article, Are YOU Evolutionized?, you saw eight questions that tested whether or not your thinking has been influenced by evolutionary teachings.
If we cannot trust all of God’s Word, then how do we figure out what parts we can trust?
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