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Category: Design

  • How (Not) to Date a Fossil

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. * Do rocks and fossils hold clues that demand millions-of-years? Not the fossils from China’s Daohugou beds. On the contrary, their clues speak to more recent origins. Accessible from several outcrops northeast of Beijing, fossil hunters have been … Continue reading

  • Delikkemer: Hydrating Democracy at Patara

    By: Noah Wiener The inverted siphon at Delikkemer, near the ancient city of Patara. When most of us think about the ancient world, we picture antiquity’s grandest monuments, enterprising monarchs and deadliest conflicts. But before the iconic wonders of the ancient … Continue reading

  • The search for meaning, and what it means

    by Daniel Davidson Science, Alister McGrath says, is all about looking for answers. Within its own sphere, it’s pretty good at what it does. But there comes a point where science can’t provide the answers. Science can be used by a … Continue reading

  • Uncovered in Jerusalem, 9 tiny unopened Dead Sea Scrolls

    They’re not much larger than lentils, but size doesn’t minimize the potential significance of nine newfound Dead Sea Scrolls that have lain unopened for the better part of six decades. An Israeli scholar turned up the previously unexamined parchments, which … Continue reading

  • It Wasn’t the Nails

    This short, powerful and moving video will remind you of what the Lord Jesus Christ did for you on the cross. Watch this Two Minute Teaching and remember the grace you have been given and commit to living your life … Continue reading

  • Activist challenges judges to redefine chimpanzees’ legal status

    by Warren Nunn If Steven Wise has his way, chimps will have quasi-human rights. Lawsuits on behalf of captive chimpanzees in America could be a turning point in how the judiciary adjudicates on animal rights. A group known as the Nonhuman … Continue reading

  • Fossil Plant Chromosomes Look Modern

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. * As mere fragments, most fossils reveal only small hints of ancient life forms, like a single segment from a crinoid stem, or a lone hadrosaur tooth. But a fossilized fern’s stem recently discovered in Sweden … Continue reading

  • Ai and Old Testament Chronology: Who Cares?

    On February 8, 2014, a symposium was held at Houston Baptist University in conjunction with the new archaeological exhibit, ” Khirbet el-Maqatir: History of a Biblical Site.” In this video, Dr. Eugene Merrill presents, “Ai and Old Testament Chronology: Who … Continue reading

  • Teenage mutant ninja people

    by Gordon Howard Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, Fukushima; Why are these names associated with fear and foreboding? Because we know the potential dangers, albeit often overstated, of radioactive materials leaking from damaged nuclear power plants. We have read about the disastrous … Continue reading

  • Craters, radiohalos, and ‘geologic time’

    This week’s feedback is an example of how CMI can help creationists faced with long-age arguments, whether from atheists or their churchian allies, theistic evolutionists. While the questions below concern specifics, we explain how to answer both these specifics and the underlying assumptions behind … Continue reading

  • Former Junk DNA Candidate Proves Indispensable

    by Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D. Some of the primary candidates for being labeled “Junk DNA” have been the highly repetitive regions of the genome that, after years of study, seemed to have no discernable function despite the fact they were found … Continue reading

  • Design in Australian plants—The Australian Greenhood Orchid

    It’s small and lives inconspicuously among the grasses of swamplands and is pollinated by gnats. Although the flowers are a dull non-eyecatching green, the engineering constructions by which it achieves its primary purpose of pollination are extremely impressive. The flower … Continue reading

  • Students Surprised to Find Noah’s Ark Feasible

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. * Advanced physics students at Leicester University were tasked with determining if the Biblical dimensions of Noah’s ark—assuming it was properly constructed—could have supported the mass of 70,000 animals. Student Kayie Raymer told UK’s The Telegraphthat after … Continue reading

  • Fossil Plant Soft Tissue Didn’t Evolve

    By: David Coppedge Original material in a fossil has been detected, this time from a leaf that is identical to modern leaves despite an alleged 50 million years. Shouldn’t the evolutionists have been astonished?  According to a press release from … Continue reading

  • The Tomb of Queen Helena of Adiabene

    By: Megan Sauter Queen Helena of Adiabene lived in the first century C.E. in the semi-autonomous kingdom of Adiabene in the upper Tigris region of Assyria. She famously converted to Judaism and spent many years in Jerusalem—where her generosity and piety … Continue reading

  • Nephesh chayyāh

    by David Pitman What does the Bible means when it talks about ‘life’? The Bible tells us that death, suffering, and disease were not part of the original creation. Rather, they came as a result of Adam’s sin, which affected the … Continue reading

  • Moons Origin and Age Solved?

    By: David Coppedge A number of popular articles are claiming the moon’s age is all but solved, until one reads below the headlines. When Nature published a new paper that added a piece of evidence to models that the moon formed by … Continue reading

  • Thursday Crucifixion? Do these two reasons “nail” it?

    By Shari Abbott, Reasons for Hope If you did not read last week’s answer to this question, please do so here. It focused on Jesus’ words in Matthew regarding how long it would be from the hour of His death to His … Continue reading

  • Reinterpreting the Tempest Stela

    By: Robin Ngo AHMOSE I. A new translation of the Tempest Stela from the reign of Pharaoh Ahmose I could revise the dates of major events in the Middle Bronze Age. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A newly translated inscription … Continue reading

  • Dual-Gene Code Discovery Highlights Designed Biocomplexity

    by Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D. * Recent evidence of dual codes in the protein-coding sections of genes raised the bar on our understanding of genome complexity.1,2 Now a new study is showing that the control regions of genes contain dual codes as … Continue reading

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