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Category: Biography

  • David Attenborough’s Rise of the Animals

    By: Russel Grigg In this 2-part BBC TV program, Sir David Attenborough tells us he is going to look at the rise of vertebrate animals, because, he says, “The story of the rise of animals is also the story of why … Continue reading

  • Permission to believe the Bible

    Tas Walker talks to Rev. Esa Hukkinen about Genesis, science and salvation In the last few years, Rev. Esa Hukkinen’s worldview has been turned on its head, profoundly affecting his family, his life and his ministry. He pastors a large Presbyterian church in … Continue reading

  • New ICR Research Associate: Vernon R. Cupps

    Vernon R. Cupps believed that God created the universe and that Darwinian evolution was inconsistent with the Bible and science since he was young. But he didn’t give much consideration to a recent creation of the universe until about a … Continue reading

  • Dr. David Livingston, ABR Founder, At Home With Christ

    by ABR Staff EXCERPT Dear Faithful ABR Supporters: It is with both sorrow and joy that we share with you the passing of our beloved friend and founder of ABR, Dr. David Livingston (1925-2013). Dave passed into the presence of Jesus around … Continue reading

  • Bill Bailey’s Jungle Hero: Alfred Russel Wallace

    by Russell Grigg   To mark the 100th anniversary of the death of English explorer and naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, the BBC has produced a 2-part TV series on his explorations in the islands of Indonesia from 1854 to 1862.1 The presenter is … Continue reading

  • Carver Biography Sanitized of Religion

    By David Coppedge A short biography of George Washington Carver posted by a science news site omitted what was most important to the Father of Agricultural Chemistry: his faith. Mary Bagley wrote an article on Live Science about George Washington Carver which … Continue reading

  • God’s healing hand

    Professor Terry Hamblin (1943–2012) by Naomal Wijesinghe It is a wonderful thing when a scientist makes a breakthrough that brings betterment to others. It is more wonderful still when that scientist is an unashamed Christian who upholds the integrity and historicity … Continue reading

  • Nuclear physicist embraces biblical creation

    Nuclear scientist Dr Brandon van der Ventel shares his creationist faith with Dr Jonathan Sarfati Dr Brandon van der Ventel obtained his B.Sc. in 1992 and his Ph.D. in 1999, both from Stellenbosch University in South Africa. For 12 years, he has been … Continue reading

  • Evolution: the Theory of Demons?

    Written by: Paul Taylor Today is the centenary of the death of Alfred Russel Wallace (He died November 7, 1913, Broadstone, Dorset, United Kingdom). Who? Alfred Russel Wallace! You know, the man who introduced the theory of evolution by means of natural selection and … Continue reading

  • Colonel James Irwin: Creationist Astronaut

    by Jerry Bergman, Ph.D. James Benson Irwin (March 17, 1930–August 8, 1991), an American astronaut and scientist, was lunar module pilot for Apollo 15 on the fourth human lunar landing and was the eighth person to walk on the moon.1 … Continue reading

  • Respect for Alfred Russel Wallace: Too Little, Too Late

    By David Coppedge On the 100th anniversary of his death, Alfred Russel Wallace is getting a smattering of attention, but not nearly what Darwin gets every day.  Perhaps it’s because the co-discoverer of natural selection believed in intelligent design. In Live … Continue reading

  • Lord Kelvin Extolled as Giant of Science and Creationist

    By David Coppedge One of the eminent scientists of the 19th century was a Bible-believing creationist, the BBC agrees. Peter Crutchley, writing for the BBC’s Religion and Ethics page, asked “Kelvin’s conundrum: Is it possible to believe in God and science?”  His answer is … Continue reading

  • Hugh of St. Victor – c. 1096 – 1141

    By David Coppedge A remarkably clear thinker and learned man, Hugh of St. Victor advocated knowledge and investigation of the natural world.  He had remarkable scientific insight for someone living six centuries before the rise of modern science, and he … Continue reading

  • What Were the First Animals Like?

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. Are Ediacaran “fossils” actually remains of ancient living things, or did simple natural processes generate fossil look-alikes? Correctly identifying these tracks (or traces) matters significantly to those who insist these Ediacaran rocks—which secularists believe to be … Continue reading

  • Raymond Damadian: b. 1936

    By David Coppedge On a given Sunday morning, in a small Bible Baptist church on Long Island, New York, sitting alongside his wife, you might find a quiet, unpretentious white-haired gentleman who changed the world.  Other than by his distinguished … Continue reading

  • Aerospace Engineer professes creation

    Robert Carter chats with Dr Dewey Hodges Dr Dewey Hodges has been a professor of aerospace engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta since 1986. A native of Tennessee, he received his M.S. (1970) and Ph.D. (1973) degrees in aerospace … Continue reading

  • ‘The dingo’s got my baby!’

    Carl Wieland chats with Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton Most of us could not imagine what it would be like; not only to lose your precious infant daughter to a wild animal, but then be jailed for her murder, with millions of people thinking you … Continue reading

  • Bernhard Riemann: 1826 – 1866

    By David Coppedge Let’s turn now to another remarkable Christian mathematician who, like Blaise Pascal, changed the world but never reached his 40th birthday: Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann (pronounced REE-mon). Mathematics is the language of science and the two are almost … Continue reading

  • Henrietta Swan Leavitt

    By David Coppedge Behold the distant stars, how high they are.  (Job 22:12)  Let’s take a look at a remarkable woman astronomer, whose scientific work has been, and continues to be, of the utmost significance for our understanding of the universe.  … Continue reading

  • Demas: Lover of This Present World

    by Gordon Franz MA Introduction The apostle Paul was a “people person.”  He ministered to people, he trained people, he prayed for people. When one of those people, whom he had poured his life into, deserted him, he must have felt … Continue reading

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