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The Creator equipped numerous animals, large and small, with astonishing tools to find their way as they migrate around the world.
Since the beginning of modern science, creationists have strived to explain our world based on the unchanging laws of our Creator.
Every time a little leaguer steps up to bat, hidden powers come into play.
Your eye’s complex ability to see color and motion points to the Creator. Even its limitations reveal His purposeful design.
God created an infinite diversity of food for us to explore in infinite combinations.
Recent invasions of massed jellyfish prompted new studies of these ocean terrors. Scientists were astonished by what they found.
The astonishing similarity of designs among unrelated creatures is powerful evidence of a Common Designer
One of the big dangers in sharing our faith is to get sidetracked. It helps to acknowledge areas of agreement before getting into the deeper issues.
God clearly had people in mind when He designed this lowly plant with so many desirable qualities.
The colugo glides like no other mammal on earth and proves that our ingenious Creator knows how to surprise us.
The rich and vibrant greens of the forest canopy delight our eyes. But did you know that these leaves are hiding something they won’t reveal until fall?
How do you make water flow upward? It’s not a problem if you’re the Creator of the universe.
Recently the abdomen of a certain hornet was discovered to have intricate structures that look like space-age solar panels.
Did the various families who left Babel leave any trace of their journeys?
Doctors dream of the day when they can send micro-machines up our bloodstream to attack cancers and deliver medicines.
At least 75% of the species living on Madagascar are found nowhere else on earth.
The lowly sea snail, of all things, has a unique way of manufacturing armor from soft ingredients.
For sea urchins, a broken tooth reveals an incredible design.
A creationist dig site in eastern Wyoming has set a new standard of excellence in fossil fieldwork.
As far as stereotypes go, cavemen make easy targets—especially when transplanted into the twenty-first century.
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