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For many of us or those we know, Anna’s situation is all too familiar. Holiday celebrations stir up wonderful memories that can sometimes bring emotional pain.
Your body produces toxic chemicals all day every day. Not to worry. Your liver’s got it covered.
If God is so good, why is this world filled with suffering and death? The answer is plainly described in Genesis 1–3. God created a “very good” world, but Adam’s rebellion brought a curse and death. The disease and death in the fossil record reflect this curse.
When does human life begin? This question has confounded individuals and divided our society. Opinions have come from the right and the left, from pro-life advocates and those in favor of abortion on demand, from physicians and lawyers, from the pulpit and the courtroom.
Surely, evolution is about the origin and development of life-forms on earth — what has this got to do with religion? Evolution is science, isn’t it?
Unlike first-century Christians, for whom crucifixion was a familiar reality, most of us have a sanitized view of our Lord's suffering.
A healthy body requires more than working parts. Somehow they must work together for optimum performance.
This world is broken and can’t seem to find its way. Where is the all-knowing, loving Creator God in the midst of all this pain and suffering?
Today we constantly hear warnings that evolution is necessary for science. Oh, really?
Why do bad things happen? Human beings seek to reconcile their understanding of an all-powerful, loving God with the seemingly endless suffering around them.
Some people think the Bible justifies their racist attitudes. Yet when we examine what the Bible says about the origin of different people groups, we find a different story.
Soft skin tissue, known as keratin, has been found in fossilized lizard skin from the USA’s Green River Formation.
Would teaching creation in public schools be a good thing? Absolutely! However, mandating it through legislation is fraught with difficulties.
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