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Anchorage Equal Rights Commission Drops Charges Against Lawyer

AERC attempted to silence DHC’s attorney Kevin Clarkson and his law firm, Brena, Bell & Clarkson (BBC), from communicating with media outlets regarding the Center’s case. After local news published stories about the case in which Clarkson was quoted, the AERC brought charges against his firm for violating local speech …

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Origin of Mitochondrial DNA Differences

A major contention of the young-earth creation position is that all people groups as we know them today arose after the flood from the three sons of Noah and their wives. Around 4,000 years ago they separated as part of the dispersion that took place after God confused the languages …

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Nobel Prize Evolution

Half of the prize and the accompanying $ 1 million prize money went to Frances H. Arnold, a professor of chemical engineering at the California Institute of Technology, for her work on developing new enzymes through induced mutations. The other half of the prize was shared by George P. Smith, …

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The Old Testament Still Matters

illustration by Viktor Miller-Gausa Ken HamPresident/CEOAnswers in Genesis It comes as no shock to hear that young people—especially Millennials—are leaving the church in the US in great numbers. George Barna reports that “more than two-thirds of skeptics have attended Christian churches in the past.” So what happened? Well, according to …

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Preparing to Be a Godly Grandparent

From the beginning of time God commanded his people to “be fruitful and multiply” (Genesis 1:28). The psalmist David commends the duty of parents and grandparents when he said, “One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts” (Psalm 145:4). By obeying God while in …

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Disharmonious Fossils

Evolutionists love to tout the fossil record as evidence for their theory. No less an authority for evolution than Richard Dawkins has said, “All the fossils that we have ever found have always been found in the appropriate place in the time sequence. There are no fossils in the wrong …

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The Coliform Kind: E. coli and Its “Cousins”

Introduction Coliforms are just a few members of microbiota that live in our intestines. Coliforms are “coli-like” forms or species similar to E. coli. Literally, they are forms of bacteria from the colon, or other areas of the small or large intestine. In the human body, there are over 90 …

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