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Our reflex response to pain is a blessing, prompting us to withdraw at the first sign of trouble and preventing worse harm.
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”? When we realize that this is tantamount to asking for murder-on-demand, the sanitized sounding word euthanasia takes on its true colors.
As much as we complain about it, our bodies are made to store fat. And that’s a good thing.
If all the ingredients necessary for life can occur naturally, does that mean over time they can evolve into a living creature?
Why would God allow two bears to maul little children for insulting Elisha? Examining the context (and Hebrew) sheds light on this strange event.
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.
Karl Giberson doesn’t teach about salvation from the penalty and power of sin. He teaches we are “original sinners” as a result of our evolutionary heritage.
Viewing the evidence from a biblical framework makes the histories of Egypt and the Old Testament fit together like two sides of a zipper.
Bill Nye not only connects fear of death with rejection of evolution but even explains this seemingly “irrational” notion as a result of human evolution!
The apparent redundancy of the genetic code has long been called codon “degeneracy”—evidence that the present genetic code is an evolutionary product.
Many people of faith are alarmed this week, as the attacks on our “first freedom”—religious liberty—are escalating across our nation.
It seems they cannot stand the fact that we would even dare to question and expose their bias-filled conclusions for what they are.
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