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Origins of Multicellular Organisms

In other words, multicellular organisms did not evolve from simple balls of cells, as evolutionists have long proclaimed. The standard model presented in secular textbooks claims that primitive sponges were the first multi-celled organisms, arising from colonial organisms.1 There is some disagreement about exactly when this occurred. Astrobiology magazine claims …

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ABO Blood and Human Origins

Keywords: ABO blood, human origins, blood type, protein, lipid, antigen, antibodies, Adam and Eve, allele frequencies, global flood Many people know what their blood type is and understand that blood types must be matched in a medical emergency. The ABO blood group is the most significant blood factor in clinical …

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Abortion and the Origins Debate

More than 60 million human lives have been lost in the United States as a result of the Roe v. Wade legalization of abortion in 1973.1 Millions of women have made the agonizing choice of abortion, and many still struggle with doubts and heartache. On January 22, 1973, the US …

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First Usage of Origins vs. Operational Science

At-a-Glance The terms historical science and origin science were not invented by young-earth creationists (YECs). Usage of such terms goes back as far as 1935 to distinguish between different kinds of scientific disciplines. Specific usage of origin science versus operational science was coined in the 1980s, but not by YECs. …

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