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The internationally popular attractions of Answers in Genesis, the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum, are about to welcome their 10 millionth guest.
A pair of fossils of Nagini mazonense, a small snake-like animal that supposedly lived about 308 million years ago, was discovered in Illinois.
An organization called “StopHavingKids.org” has recently been putting up billboards and signage in Oregon promoting its message.
God gave DNA a proofreading system to catch mistakes and “dedicated DNA repair machinery that routinely fixes mistakes.” But how do they work?
Should we be concerned about “complex genetic tests” being offered to parents ahead of in vitro fertilization, and if so, why?
Did you know there’s apparently an “Abortion Provider Appreciation Day”? Reportedly Alexandria, VA, declared March 10 “Abortion Provider Appreciation Day”
The name Jerubbaal (another name Gideon went by) has been found on a piece of 3,100-year-old ceramic pottery in Southern Israel.
How should we communicate with extraterrestrials if we make direct contact with some distant species? This was discussed during an event sponsored by Harvard.
Scientists are working on trying to bring back a variety of extinct species, such as the woolly mammoth and Tasmanian tiger (thylacine). Will they be successful?
Well-known researcher George Barna recently released a “Millennials in America” report that confirmed that the Millennial generation is extremely secularized.
A recent study of marriages and divorces among 50,000 women revealed something shocking—God’s design for marriage and sexuality is best!
An example of the assault on religious freedom comes from California where Christian doctors are suing the state over a revision to the assisted suicide law.
While certain intelligent design arguments about design are helpful tools in pointing people to the Creator, ID arguments aren’t enough. Why is that?
Does the makeup of a family really matter? Well, our culture says no, it doesn’t.
Recent headlines hailed a Brazilian fossil discovery as the “‘great grandfather’ of Diplodocus and Brontosaurus!,” a missing link in the evolution of dinosaurs.
A new study looked at so-called “rapid evolution” and how humans are the driving force behind much of the current change we’re seeing in nature.
According to an article from NPR, your choice of yellow or a shade of brown when texting using emojis, could speak to your level of “privilege.”
Charles Darwin’s views influenced a wide variety of evil people, including perhaps the most infamous of all: Adolf Hitler.
Unicorns—were they real? Most people immediately answer “no,” but not so fast.
According to evolutionists, early human ancestor Homo erectus ate more meat. But now, new research suggests this isn’t true–something Genesis already told us.
A recent poll reports 52% of younger Americans think abortion should be restricted when a heartbeat is detected in an unborn child—a promising update on abortion views.
Michigan Democratic Party tells parents the “entire community” is the client of public schools–not parents.
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