Venema took Tomkins’ claims to task on the BioLogos website regarding the supposed remnants of an egg-laying gene (vitellogenin) in human DNA.
BioLogos has engaged in systematic scientific error on one of their “evidences” for evolution, and they have misrepresented the arguments for several years.
In this article, we explore Venema’s claims in Adam and the Genome about genetic sequences that he thinks have lost their function.
Venema claims that the published, comprehensive genetic comparisons between humans and chimpanzees reveal a genetic identity of 95–98%.
In our series, we’ve discovered ample support that evolutionists fit facts to conclusions. In this article, we’ll continue to explore whether it is true.
In this post, we begin exploring Venema’s evidences in chapter two of Adam and the Genome, titled “Genomes as Language, Genomes as Books.”
In this article, Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson reviews chapter 1 (written by Venema and titled “Evolution as a Scientific Theory”) of Adam and the Genome.
The recent publication of Adam and the Genome illustrated how evolutionists find new and more nuanced ways to contradict the biblical account.
A pastor’s book recounting his son’s visit to heaven rose to the top of the bestseller list and became a major motion picture. Could such visits be real?
The chapter “Science and Scripture” in The Enduring Authority of Christian Scriptures, edited by D. A. Carson, undermines the very purpose of the book.
Karl Giberson doesn’t teach about salvation from the penalty and power of sin. He teaches we are “original sinners” as a result of our evolutionary heritage.
Dr. Peter Enns continues his destructive influence on Christian faith and the Bible in his assault on God’s Word in his book The Bible Tells Me So.
The Lost Gospel is yet another attempt to show Jesus as the husband of Mary Magdalene, and this time Jacobovici claims to have proof.
Biblical truth is by no means at odds with observational science, and it will triumph over man’s godless assertions.
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