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You don’t have to look far to find the best evidence for the Creator. In fact, your eyes are a good starting point. With a microscope, you’ll find a billion more powerful evidences that patrol your blood every day—your feisty white blood cells, which could only be the handiwork of a Master Designer.
To survive, we require a specialized pump that can deliver life-giving blood to all our body parts, day and night, year after year, without fail. To get the job done within the body of a living organism, the heart must overcome some incredible engineering challenges.
Some 96% of our body is made of four common chemicals: hydrogen and oxygen (75%, mostly water), carbon (18%), and nitrogen (3%). The remaining 4% consists of many different minerals, such as sulfur, magnesium, and iron. Although some of these minerals come in small “trace” portions, each is essential for life.
Vestigial organs are often used as evidence to argue in favor of Darwinian evolution. These organs are allegedly left over from our ancestors but are no longer useful or needed. For the creationist, there should be no problem with an organ or structure in man that has lost some functionality.
The human brain is so complex that scientists have barely tapped its intricacy. The quiet workings of the brain point toward its Designer.
The Lord claims to be the Creator of the “seeing eye.” (Proverbs 20:12) The sophisticated and elaborate design of the eye certainly points to His design.
Several organs have been labeled “vestigial” evolutionary relics with little or no function. These organs are now proving purposeful. It’s the label, not the organs, that is vestigial.
Let’s take a look at the whole matter of aging and death from the perspective of both the Bible and science.
We’ve all heard that, compared to mammalian animals like dogs, humans have a poor sense of smell. Did you know that this notion is a 19th century myth?
Modern technology can help people in great need. But what if technology can be repurposed to enhance healthy people beyond their natural limits?
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.
A healthy body requires more than working parts. Somehow they must work together for optimum performance.
Look at those luscious pancakes! Can’t you just taste them? You can—because of God’s intricate design for your senses.
You might be surprised to learn that the most amazing electric machine is also the oldest.
This amazing organ quietly serves several invaluable roles in our blood system, keeping our bodies healthy.
The emphasis of this article is to explain some of the “very good” design and purpose of Staphylococci and other good, beneficial bacteria of the nose.
Your ears are delicate instruments, fine-tuned to hear a wide range of noises. What keeps them from being ripped apart by violent waves of loud vibrations?
Your body produces toxic chemicals all day every day. Not to worry. Your liver’s got it covered.
A study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that the modern practice of Caesarean section is rapidly altering human evolution.
The media bombards us daily with messages about becoming younger and cheating death.
To keep us safe, our body coordinates with a vast network of foreign agents that have joined our side.
Every human being has the ability to communicate with a range of expressions no other creature can match.
Barefoot college professors? Only something very unusual could explain these strange goings on—the wonders of foot design.
After eight years of planning and almost two years of construction, the Ark Encounter will open its doors.
Rusty old iron is toxic to our bodies. Yet God designed all living things to depend on a steady supply of iron to continue living.
The retinas of your eyes are made of living cells, which must be nourished by blood vessels. But with all this blood covering your eyes, how can you see?
Three of the genes that control our immune system's first line of defense (and our allergies) bear a significant footprint from Neanderthals.
Every second, our bodies must monitor a melange of threats that seek to invade and destroy.
Have you ever considered how marvelous the human body is?
God has equipped every human with backup systems that are programmed to respond to all sorts of emergencies.
Skin's multilayered design provides us with the perfect combination of strength, flexibility, and durability.
The same God who designed our hearts to sustain physical life designed a miraculous way for us to obtain a new spiritual “heart” that will beat for eternity.
Children have an innate, natural, intuitive, and unlearned tendency to reason about the world as biblical creationists do.PDF Download
Germophobes beware: a new study suggests that all adults have face mites. But did they follow us through evolutionary history?
Human faces evolved to vary as much as Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, evolutionists say.
Neanderthal labyrinth in non-Neanderthal fossil hints at maze of post-Babel migrations.
Microbes live in a mutualistic relationship with the human body, make up the human microbiome, and play a role in our health by modulating the immune system.
Your bones are full of holes like a sponge.
Peru’s ancient Paracas people are being de-humanized by absurd assertions.
Doctors dream of the day when they can send micro-machines up our bloodstream to attack cancers and deliver medicines.
You might be surprised to discover that your legs are on backwards compared to your arms.
Why is a molar pregnancy called that? Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, AiG–U.S., responds, explaining the interesting connection.
The basic design of the Eiffel Tower was borrowed from the work of an ancient designer, the Creator, who engineered the human femur.
Can the damage done to our feet by shoes be undone by going barefoot?
Is a molar pregnancy really a baby? Does it have a gender? Does aborting it end a life? Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, AiG–U.S., explains.
Our bodies can do some pretty embarrassing things, and we can’t always stop them.
What if we could design a material for roads that would only get small cracks that resealed with chemical bonds as good as new?