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  • Sensational Seeds—compact packages attest to God’s handiwork

    by David Catchpoole [This is an expanded version of an article originally published in The Old Schoolhouse magazine.] “A man scattered seed on the ground. Night and day, whether he sleeps or gets up, the seed sprouts and grows, though he does not … Continue reading

  • The Creativity of the Creator Declares His Glory

    Much of mankind loves to classify and sort things. We like to sort socks by color and shirts by kind. We categorize books topically. We arrange files alphabetically. We organize tools by their function. We take pictures of people by … Continue reading

  • Consider God’s Creation—Think About God’s Greatness

    Christians in the 21st century think too little about God’s creation; consequently, we think too little about God. We are so enamored with ourselves—our schedules, our work, our technology, our extracurricular activities, etc., that we often fail to see the stars … Continue reading

  • The Essentiality of Evidence in Christianity

    Though “the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God” is mind-boggling, and though “His judgments and His ways” are “unsearchable” and “past finding out” (Romans 11:33; Deuteronomy 29:29), and even though finite man will never … Continue reading

  • Antibiotic Resistance in Bacteria Shows Adaptive Design

    Bacterial survival in antibiotics has been taken as proof of evolution in action. But in-depth studies of the specific mechanisms for antibiotic resistance in bacteria show that no evolutionary processes are involved. One recent study even mentioned the possibility that … Continue reading

  • Our Special Solar System

    Our solar system has a marvelous assortment of planets, moons, asteroids and other objects that orbit the Sun with clockwork precision. Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system and the closest to the Sun.  It only takes Mercury … Continue reading

  • ‘Wildly Unexpected’ Galaxies Defy Simple Naturalistic Explanations

    God said in Isaiah 45:12: “I, even my hands, have stretched out the heavens, and all their host have I commanded.” 1 Corinthians 15:41 states, “There is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another … Continue reading

  • Common Ancestor or Common Designer?

    Have you ever noticed that living organisms are similar in many striking ways? They’re made of similar chemicals – carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, phosphorus and oxygen. They’re run by similar genetic code – DNA and RNA. They’re designed with similar cell … Continue reading

  • The Exquisitely Designed Human Eye

    The gift of sight is one of the most incredible miracles of the human body.  Being able to see the world around us allows us to perceived, understand and appreciate so much of God’s creation.  If you ever want to … Continue reading

  • Is Heaven the Center of the Universe?

    This week I received an intriguing question from a person on Facebook.  As I thought about her question, it occurred to me that others may be interested in the response as well, so I decided to make this the Feed … Continue reading

  • Parrot Fashion

    As a youngster, I could not at first believe that the colours of the parrot featured on a famous Australian food brand were real. It took some time to convince me that the ‘unbelievable’ colours had not just been painted … Continue reading

  • Secular biology class confirms design

    by Joseph Benson Although secular science classes are typically taught with materialistic assumptions built into the curriculum, the actual ‘hard science’ strongly supports creation. There are many examples, but here are two that I came across. In a recent biology … Continue reading

  • The Specified Complexity of Retinal Imagery

    by David E. Stoltzmann Abstract An optical image is a very organized and specified collection of information governed by the laws of optics. The formation of an image, and its correct interpretation by sighted living creatures, is a unique example … Continue reading

  • Astronomers Chasing Ghosts in Space?

    Last week, I wrote about how some evolutionary cosmologists are starting to doubt the existence of the elusive Dark Matter (Evolutionary Cosmologists Starting to Doubt Existence of Dark Matter).  Now another group of scientists are looking for satellite galaxies to … Continue reading

  • More Stars than We Thought

    by Kyle Butt, M.A. When Moses recorded God’s promise to Abraham about the multitude of Abraham’s descendants, the ancient readers did not have any idea just how right Moses was. In Genesis 15:5, God said to Abraham: “Look now toward … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Cosmologists Starting to Doubt Existence of Dark Matter

    According to the current cosmological paradigm, the universe is suppose to be composed of about 70% dark energy, 25% dark matter and only 5% normal of baryonic matter.  Whatever dark matter is suppose to be, light has no effect on … Continue reading

  • Light in the Darkness

    Evolutionists believe that all living creatures developed in stages and by chance. One recently-discovered species of deep-sea dwelling siphonophore argues strongly against this notion.  Siphonophores are a large group of marine invertebrates. These animals eat fish, capturing and killing their … Continue reading

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