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  • New book validates biblical version of Creation

    Search for the Truth Publications will release their latest book entitled Brilliant: Made in the Image of God by the company’s founder, Bruce Malone. The coffee-table-sized hardcover uses a timeline of scientific and archaeological facts to validate that the Creation … Continue reading

  • The time that people forgot

    Hanging in space, is a very beautiful planet. It is called Earth. Earth is unlike anywhere else in the universe. It has lots of green plants. It has creatures that walk on the land, swim in the sea and fly … Continue reading

  • Missing Link or Another Fish Story?

    Recently there has been some celebration from the Darwinian community regarding a discovery of a fossil that allegedly links terrestrial animals to their future aquatic relatives: the ichthyosaurs. Cartorhynchus lenticarpus is proclaimed by some evolutionists to be an amphibious ancestor … Continue reading

  • Centipede Genome Sequenced: Here’s What Scientists Found

    A group of more than 100 international researchers mapped the genome of the centipede, an arthropod characterized by an elongated body and numerous legs. The move marks the first genome sequencing of a myriapod, which includes more than 13,000 terrestrial … Continue reading

  • ‘From the beginning of creation’—what did Jesus mean?

    Not everyone welcomes this news, but some of Jesus’ statements imply, of necessity, that the world is young. This is something I regularly point out when I speak in churches about creation, and it is a theme on which we … Continue reading

  • GSU professor facing ‘preaching’ complaints

    Georgia Southern University officials are investigating a complaint that Dr. Tom McMullen crosses the line to preaching in his history classes. McMullen, a tenured associate professor in the history department, has taught at Georgia Southern for almost 24 years. He … Continue reading

  • Creationism lecture encourages a different perspective

    A different scientific perspective was brought to the campus of SCSU Friday evening, Nov. 20, with the presentation of ‘Evolution vs. Science.’ This event was put on by the Northland Bible Baptist Church, featuring keynote speaker Brian Lauer. The point … Continue reading

  • Scottish teachers reject creationism ban

    Teachers’ leaders have rejected calls for the teaching of creationism to be banned in science classes. The Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) said “legislative interference” was unnecessary because teachers were already aware of their responsibilities. The intervention comes after the … Continue reading

  • Human origins: Most Americans aren’t too concerned

    If, as a great philosopher once said, “life’s a bitch and then you die,” what’s the point of debating about the existence of evolution? According to a new report by Calvin College assistant professor Jonathan Hill, many Americans do not … Continue reading

  • Trees Really Are ‘Pleasant to the Sight’

    Genesis 2:9 records one of the Lord’s original intentions for creating trees, saying, “Out of the ground the LORD God made every tree grow that is pleasant to the sight and good for food. The tree of life was also … Continue reading

  • When Liberals Use ‘Science’ To Attack Conservatives

    When I was in my early teens, I thought there would be no greater career than that which was depicted on “CSI: Miami.” You’d get to wear a suit without a tie, wander around southern Florida every day, shoot a … Continue reading

  • Dawkins discusses ‘illusion of design’

    The renowned evolutionary biologist and outspoken atheist Richard Dawkins visited Stephens Auditorium Monday night, musing about the wonders of science and reading a passage from his new memoir, “An Appetite for Wonder.” With the Iowa State University men’s basketball team … Continue reading

  • GPS Satellites Could Detect the Elusive Dark Matter

    The GPS or the Global Positioning System is the American gift to the world. It helps spot your car as you maneuver from your home to the restaurant. It helps Airplanes to fly in the correct path, guides missiles and … Continue reading

  • Never-Before-Seen Particles Discovered at Swiss Collider

    Two new subatomic particles have popped up at the world’s largest atom smasher. The never-before-seen particles could help physicists glean key information about the building blocks of matter in the universe. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) near Geneva, Switzerland, is … Continue reading

  • Should I leave my church?

    Thank you for your question about being part of a church where the pastors do not accept Genesis as written. Unfortunately that is more common these days than it should be. The decision as to which church you and your … Continue reading

  • Saber-Toothed Deer Alive in Afghanistan

    Based on journal entries, a Danish survey team probably sighted musk deer while working in the remote regions of northeast Afghanistan in 1948, but that was the last official sighting—until now. A new survey team led by members of the … Continue reading

  • Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks Monday: How to See It

    Stargazers hoping to catch a glimpse of some meteors should look to the predawn sky early next week. The Leonid meteor shower is forecasted to peak Monday afternoon (Nov. 17) in the U.S. eastern time zone, so stargazers in the … Continue reading

  • 5,000-year-old human footprints discovered

    When a pair of fishermen waded into the frigid waters of the southern Baltic Sea about 5,000 years ago, they probably didn’t realize that the shifting seabed beneath their feet was recording their every move. But it was. The long-lost … Continue reading

  • Meteorite Bears Evidence of Magnetic Fields in Early Solar System

    An ancient meteorite has now yielded the first physical evidence that intense magnetic fields played a major role in the birth of our solar system. Shortly after the sun formed about 4.6 billion years ago, a rotating disk of gas … Continue reading

  • Human Fairness: Innate or Evolved?

    How does it make you feel when you put forth just as much effort as the next guy, but he receives twice the reward? Unfair! But how did people acquire the sensibilities involved when assessing fairness? Certain animals recognize unequal … Continue reading

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