Only a biblical worldview gives a solid foundation for defending the unborn.
Like the city of Enoch, Babel was ultimately destroyed and left in ruins. But unlike Enoch, there are archaeological remains of Babel that can be studied today.
Examining biotechnology—from medical therapies to radical modifications
Did Paul teach against all homosexual relationships or only abusive and idolatrous ones?
BCIs could help reverse devastating medical conditions but could also change what it means to be human.
How a creationist organization drifted until it refused to even publish creationist research.
The complexity and coordination of flagella attest to the work of a Master Engineer who designed and created them to function in a wonderfully intricate manner.
Did a bacteria colony just prove gain-of-function mutations exist?
This article is a warning to Christians to be discerning when it comes to accepting creationist research, just as we would be with other research.
How biblical kinds differ from modern species, a history of speciation models, and why the biblical model better explains the natural world
All old-earth interpretations of Genesis unintentionally assault the character of God, undermine the truth and authority of Scripture, and subvert the gospel.
Ancient cosmogonies from Egypt, Japan, China, Vietnam, and Korea contrast with Genesis, which highlights the scientific plausibility of the biblical account.
Non-coding DNA, far from being “junk,” has multiple functions that are a problem for evolutionists and point to the Creator.
How theological scholars, who affirm the truthfulness of the Bible, actually sabotage its authority through their science-over-Scripture hermeneutic.
How recent digs in Sha’arayim, Socoh, Ziklag, and Lachish confirm history from the ancient kingdom of Judah and why it matters for biblical reliability
How Christian Gram’s providential bacteria discovery in 1883 helped improve bacterial taxonomy and identify pathogens of infectious diseases.
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