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Dr. Georgia Purdom attended a series of lectures titled “Your Genes and You: Health, Disease, and Medicine.” The title might better have been “Sleight of Hand.”
Bacteria are mostly beneficial, even though a minority are known as pathogens. They are necessary for natural processes such as human digestion and biogeochemical cycling.PDF Download
Video Segment of Dr. Purdom's Presentation on the Wonder of the Cell from the recent Creation College.
Creation microbiologists from around the country—from both creation organizations and secular universities—came together for another meeting of minds to promote creation research.
Much research has been done on the ebg operon of the bacterium Escherichia coli over the last 30 years. specific mutations within this operon enable the bacterium to metabolize lactose.PDF Download
Creationists have tended to offer an inconsistent or incomplete perspective of “beneficial mutations” within a creation framework.PDF Download
Did Judas Iscariot die by hanging (Matthew 27:5) or did he die by falling and bursting open (Acts 1:18)?
Morality is a very difficult problem for the evolutionary worldview since they have no rational reason for the concept of right and wrong.PDF Download
Why do the inscriptions on Jesus’s cross differ among the four gospels?
The latest influenza outbreak has people in a panic. What should Christians think?
A lion that wouldn’t eat meat? What does this tell us about the pre-Fall world?
Preserving life—it is extremely important in the Christian faith. But what is the biblical definition of life, and how does this definition affect stem cell research?
As evidence of the growing “popularity” of Answers Research Journal (ARJ), the June 2008 issue of The Journal of Young Investigators (JYI) featured an article on ARJ entitled “Science for Christians.”
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