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Melissa Webb, writer and assistant editor of Answers, often refers to herself as the magazine team’s kitchen drawer—she does a little bit of everything. From vestigial organs to baby brains, Melissa is willing to learn and write about most topics—except marshmallows. She hates marshmallows. When she’s not writing, you’ll find her spending time with her husband, Ryan, and their little boy, Keegan.
Kids don’t just play differently from adults, they think differently too—by God’s design.
You might be surprised how many myths you accept as truth.
You’ve had an abortion. You’ve worked in an abortion clinic. You were the abortion doctor. Whatever the case, you might wonder if God can forgive you.
Even as skepticism spreads around the globe, the creation movement is flourishing. Meet some of the new generation of creation scientists.
While some flowers and foods are blue, such as bluebonnets and blueberries, blue is rare among animals. Most animals are unable to make blue pigments.
Unlike soil and dirt, which crumble when you pick them up, God created clay with plasticity, the ability to be molded.
The latest craze is to learn what DNA tests reveal about family heritage. When an adoptive Christian family decided to look beneath the surface, however, they discovered a more amazing truth, providing powerful evidence that we are all one race, or “one blood,” just as the Bible teaches.
Some creatures produce tenaciously sticky substances and researchers hope to mimic these materials to create safer surgical procedures.
Just three blocks from the heart of DC, a new museum has risen that invites all people to take a closer look at the Bible.