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When we see Scripture refer to “invisible things” as being evidence for our Creator, do we often think of chemistry?
Why does the Bible say to be like a child, but then to put away childish things?
Man’s sense of the supernatural and morality, coupled with the fact that there is organized religion, all point to something special about humankind.
Creationist scientists Drs. Tomkins and Bergman came up with an overall DNA similarity between humans and chimps of around 81%—quite a difference!
What can we do to help corals survive and why should we want to?
Disney/Pixar’s Good Dinosaur did leave us wondering what exactly good means. But the Christian has a perfect standard on this.
A recent study on algae supposedly sheds light on how aquatic life became terrestrial.
Scientists were hoping for insight into why so many fossilized dinosaurs are buried in rock appearing to be in what’s been called the “throes of death” posture.
A recent two-part piece on The BioLogos Forum admits that meshing evolution and the image of God that all humans possess is a “challenging issue.”
Physics, mathematics, and constants like pi are only possible because we live in a rational universe upheld by a constant, unchanging, and consistent God.
God said it was not good for man to be alone, so why did Paul say it is good to remain single?
How can a Christian discuss this difficult topic with others in a Godly way? Or should we even be discussing it at all?
We are happy to report that the long-awaited and much-asked-about Zoo Guide has been an AiG bestseller since its release in June.
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