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Fossil Bird Uncovered with Unlaid Egg Inside

The scientific paper on this find, published in Nature Communications, is unequivocally reporting on a true bird. The researchers know it’s a bird, and all the popular summaries of the research mention that it’s a bird. Yet the scientific paper refers to an evolutionary link that dinosaurs allegedly have with …

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Ark Encounter and Creation Museum Fueling Hotel Growth

Our region now boasts a 72% hotel occupancy rate—that’s a growth of over 7% from the previous year and 6% higher than the national average. Our region now boasts a 72% hotel occupancy rate—that’s a growth of over 7% from the previous year and 6% higher than the national average. …

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Fossil Bird Uncovered with Unlaid Egg Inside

The scientific paper on this find, published in Nature Communications, is unequivocally reporting on a true bird. The researchers know it’s a bird, and all the popular summaries of the research mention that it’s a bird. Yet the scientific paper refers to an evolutionary link that dinosaurs allegedly have with …

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The Ugly Truth of Unplanned

How can it be that abortion is gaining ground in some states in America when recent movies like Gosnell (2018), Living Waters’ 7 Reasons, and Pure Flix’s Unplanned (releasing today) are exposing the horrors of the procedures and the corrupt nature of providers? Ignorance.1 Often innocent ignorance and even, sadly, …

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Next in the Sexual Revolution: Children

I’ve talked before about the growing rise of polyamory (“many loves”) and the attempt to get it redefined as just another sexual orientation. Well, now the same thing is happening with pedophilia. A recent column in The Federalist includes this warning in the subtitle, We cannot dismiss the campaign to …

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Spectacular Spider Fossils—How Do We Explain the Evidence?

Paleontologists working in the Jinju Formation (Early to Mid-Cretaceous) in southeast South Korea discovered ten well-preserved spider specimens in shale. Conventionally dated at 112–110 MY, this shale also contains numerous fossils of insects, plants, bivalves, fish, and crustaceans. Of the ten spider fossils, two, from the extinct Family Lagonomegopidae had …

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National Heritage Group Warns Canada Will Lose 9,000 Churches

This group claims an estimated 9,000 “religious spaces”—that’s a third of “faith-owned buildings” in the nation—will be lost within a decade and that this will affect “every community in the country.” This loss is attributed to church members aging and “the increasing secularization of society coupled with new spiritual practices.” …

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Dragon Legends—Truths Behind the Tales

In the book of Job, God describes a behemoth and a fire-breathing leviathan (Job 40:15–24; 41:1–34). These creatures are unlike anything we find today. Is it possible these dragons refer to dinosaurs and other reptile-like creatures of the air and sea? Dragons appear again and again in the records of …

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