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Like children assembling a jigsaw puzzle, evolutionists have long been trying to piece together the mysteries of turtle shell origins.
Could hobbits be a dwarfed variety of Homo erectus, an archaic human whose presence in Southeast Asia, specifically Flores, has been demonstrated?
Evolutionists hope the first chiral molecule discovered in interstellar space will shed light on the mystery of how life evolved its biochemical handedness.
Discovery of man-made structures deep in a cave has shown that Neanderthals could do a lot more than most folks have given them credit for.
Why would God allow two bears to maul little children for insulting Elisha? Examining the context (and Hebrew) sheds light on this strange event.
Named Monocercomonoides, this eukaryotic microorganism doesn’t have the slightest trace of mitochondria. How does it survive?
The giraffe’s genome explains its long neck but does not support an evolutionary tall tale.
Evolutionary scientists think birds evolved from dinosaurs and to help prove it, they’ve engineered a chicken embryo to grow a dinosaur-like lower leg.
Scientists believe resin froze these lizards in time 99 million years ago, and the resin’s subsequent transformation into amber saved them for us to see.
Does God’s Word encourage parents to bury their dysfunctional and disobedient children under a hail of stones? Well, we must consider the passage's context.
Evolutionists claim to know when mitochondria evolved yet still cannot show how or that mitochondria are anything but one of God’s great designs.
Can YouTube video “Proof of Evolution That You Can Find on Your Body” prop up the human evolutionary story through our presumably useless body parts?
Researchers believe the 8-million-year age assigned to some gorilla teeth pushes back the time for the divergence of gorillas from the line that led to humans.
Analysis of newly discovered deep-sea species led evolutionists to say that Xenoturbella, resembling a discarded purple sock, can help us understand evolution.
Three of the genes that control our immune system's first line of defense (and our allergies) bear a significant footprint from Neanderthals.
If a computer simulation can trace a path for the evolution of multicellular organisms from single-celled ones, does that mean they actually evolved that way?
The National Geographic article treats every aspect of our world of vision as evidence for evolution: eye diversity and the fact that eyes share common designs.
The only positive evidence supporting the assertion that these dinosaurs were dancing for mates is that some modern birds engage in ritual courtship dances.
Should people have a right to death-on-demand by euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide to escape suffering or a life some consider “not worth living”?
Scientists believe protein sequences from dinosaur blood vessel walls may help them map evolutionary relationships.
Some think acorn worms, virtually unchanged since the Cambrian explosion, represent an evolutionary link between invertebrates and humans.
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