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Heat Problems Associated with Genesis Flood Models—Part 2: Secondary Temperature Indicators

Keywords: Palaeotemperature; Mg/Ca; Sr/Ca; calcite; magnesium; strontium; foraminifera; corals; ostracods; alkenones; TEX86; diols; clumped isotopes Introduction The catastrophic global Flood at the time of Noah (described in Genesis 7 and 8) must have generated an enormous quantity of heat, thus raising the question of how environmental temperatures were kept within …

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The Magic School Bus and Human Evolution

The authors say that it’s important to teach children about evolution, including human evolution, because “it is still at work today” (largely thanks to climate change, the author claims) and because, quoting evolutionary biologist Theodosius Dobzhansky, “nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.” Bacterial Resistance—Evolution in …

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Magnificent Motors

Creation: Giardia lamblia Technology: Micro-Robot Navigation Inspiration sometimes strikes from the most unlikely directions. Who knew that a well-known parasite might lead to the next major breakthrough in medical treatment? A group of scientists at the University of Tennessee are leading the way to understand how microscopic creatures (primarily Giardia …

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BioLogos Criticism: Atheists Welcome

Introduction Many people in the church today view the creation issue as a side issue. They do not want to talk about it as they deem it “too controversial.” What these well-meaning people do not understand is that Genesis impacts every area of doctrine. If you reject the biblical account …

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Angry Spiders? Blame, You Guessed it, Climate Change

Some behaviors are simply more beneficial than others under certain circumstances, which may drive a change in the population. But it’s not evolution. The spiders remain spiders—there’s been no change of spider kind. Some behaviors are simply more beneficial than others under certain circumstances, which may drive a change in …

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How Much Does God Know About the Future?

In a fallen world filled with death, suffering, and natural disasters, many people live in pain, uncertainty, and hopelessness. People naturally ask questions. Can I have hope in a world that seems so uncertain? Will a day ever come when death and suffering will be no more? Christians have answers. …

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Secular Alternatives to the Big Bang Are Expanding

Introduction A recent New Scientist (hereafter abbreviated NS) article entitled “What if there was no big bang and we live in an ever-cycling universe?” has generated great discussion. At first blush, one might look at the title and think that a few maverick astronomers and astrophysicists are looking to popularize …

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