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The newest effort by BioLogos to blend creation and evolution has taken the evangelical world by storm. But at what cost?
Learn more about the strength of eggshells by conducting some experments.
Does Genesis 1:15 say that the moon emits its own light as some skeptics claim?
If we take the idea of “survival of the fittest” to its logical conclusion, it seems almost absurd for anyone who accepts the story of evolution to think of death as being the enemy.
Many evolutionists are celebrating Earth Day by telling the world to stop global warming by “going green.” The great irony is that only the Bible gives a foundation for taking care of the earth.
Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Dolphins and Whales: Tribes of the Ocean is an amazing visual delight—with only a few scientific gaffes.
The works of Charles Spurgeon have inspired millions of Christians around the world for over a hundred years. AiG and Larry and Marion Pierce want that to be another hundred years.
Bigfoot has been found—or so claim two men who say they have found the dead body of a Sasquatch.
In an attempt to discredit the Bible, New Scientist tells us that God’s Word is full of errors. The question is: how did the article pass editorial review?
What makes evolution so persistent, ironically, is the malleability of the outcomes involved in the belief in non-teleological origins.
Could creation cosmologies shed light on recent unexplained phenomena in our solar system?
What does a math test tell us about the power of materialistic beliefs to impact behavior? Quite a bit, as it turns out.
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