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Is Racism a “Major Problem”?

Is racism still a major problem in America? According to a 2018 poll, 64% of Americans answer this question with a “yes!” An additional 30% say it still exists, but it’s not a major problem. Only 3% believe it no longer exists in this nation. Why is racism so tenaciously …

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Are Sex and Gender Identity the Same Thing?

According to an opinion piece written by the owner of three funeral homes, years ago, a male employee, who obviously considered he was male, was given a suit and tie to wear to work. He did so for years before deciding he was a female and wanted to wear the …

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God’s Image—The Difference Maker

Implications of an Anti-Biblical View Atheism views man as simply a material being like all other animals. In many ways, this is the predominant view of popular culture: man may have “evolutionary advantages” over animals in reason, communication, and some physical abilities but is not a spiritual or sacred being …

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An Unlikely Masterpiece

We were thrilled with the news of our first child, a son whom we would name Kieran, after struggling with infertility for several years. Like most parents, we began dreaming about our life with him soon after we found out God was knitting him together in my womb: tossing around …

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Denisovan Fossil Found in Tibet

At a Glance New Denisovan Fossil Found in Tibet Instead of agreeing with the evolutionary paradigm, it raises more questions. Morphometric analyses of the jawbone and teeth are within the range of or consistent with other post-Babel and modern humans. The fossil may yield insights into post-Babel human migration and …

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So, Who’s Really Anti-Science?

Christine Quinn, a board member of the National Institute for Reproductive Health and a former Democratic politician, recently appeared on a CNN TV show with host Chris Cuomo (brother to Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York who recently signed a bill into law that allows for abortion up until …

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Should Christians “Love a Tree”?

April 26 is Arbor Day, and May 16 is “Love a Tree Day.” Trees are symbols of life, seen most literally in depictions of our family trees—an image of growth, connection, and rootedness. But more than symbols, trees enable us to live better lives: we eat their fruits, find shelter …

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How Many Times Was Jesus Anointed?

When we hear of alleged Bible contradictions, and then carefully examine the passages in question, we find that they are not really contradictions at all. One such supposed contradiction is that the Gospel accounts seem to indicate that Jesus was anointed before and after the Triumphal Entry. If the Gospels …

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Did Speedy Horses Evolve Only Recently?

The study compared genetic diversity between fossil horses and living ones, including our domesticated varieties (of which there are around 600, all belonging to the same species). And what they found was that genetic diversity is at “an all-time low” due to artificial selection. Artificial selection occurs when humans breed …

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