When you think of the Ice Age, you think of big critters like the woolly mammoth and giant sloth. Why was this huge size so helpful?
In all the hoopla about the really big dinosaurs, the little ones get forgotten.
Contrary to popular portrayals of T. Rex as an ungainly brute who lumbered onto the scene millions of years ago, he was regally designed.
Barefoot college professors? Only something very unusual could explain these strange goings on—the wonders of foot design.
The Bible reveals when dinosaurs first walked the earth and when most were destroyed. But do we know what they really looked like and how they lived?
Winged reptiles were primitive, clumsy, “prehistoric” beasts, barely able to get off the ground, right? Take a closer look and see.
When you think “sloth,” you usually think of the slow-moving, tree-hanging creatures from South America. But not all sloths lived in trees.
What did Noah’s floating zoo really look like? The answer is sure to surprise us.
How skilled are you at properly handling the Word of truth (2 Timothy 2:15)? Would you know how to answer these questions?
The biggest of dinosaurs were some of the long-neck sauropods.
Real-life monsters once terrorized the seas. We shouldn't lose sight of their amazing design.
Read how one scientist received his PhD while being a creationist.
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