A recent study found that when adults and babies make eye contact, their brain waves actually fall in sync, giving them shared patterns of brain activity. This happens as brain waves “meet in the middle”—baby’s waves become more like the adult’s, and the adult’s become more like the baby’s. Scientists believe this may help babies and their caregivers communicate better.
Our brains really are incredible! And the more research that’s done, the more we realize what they are capable of. There’s no way our complex brains could come about by random chance processes—they clearly show the fingerprint of an Intelligent Designer. And that Designer is the Creator God of the Bible, who has made us “fearfully and wonderfully” (Psalm 139:14).
You can learn more about the phenomenal, miraculous design of the human body—including the digestive, circulatory, and respiratory systems—in this DVD set from AiG’s Dr. David Menton, Body of Evidence.
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This item was written with AiG’s research team.