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Massive Galaxies in the Early Universe

Nearly a century ago, Edwin Hubble found that there is a linear relationship between redshifts and distances of galaxies. We now call this the Hubble relation, or the Hubble law. The most straightforward interpretation is that the universe is expanding, but keep in mind that this is an interpretation of …

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The Wonder of Creation

In the case of the human body, the nerves must reach every part of the body to connect millions of sensors and thousands of muscle bundles to the brain. Such routing requires planning and foresight and therefore can only come through skilful design. Many nerves have highly intricate pathways that …

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Climate Change Hysteria—Is It Justified?

Since the 1960s, scientists and government leaders have been warning of catastrophic environmental failure, largely due to climate change. Well, at the same time as this item was dominating the news, a collection of headlines from around the world was released titled, “Wrong Again: 50 Years of Failed Eco-pocalyptic Predictions.” …

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Gardening My Children’s Hearts

Soon my children and I will be planting several vegetable gardens. Often as I’m weeding my garden, the Lord reminds me that I need to be doing the same in my life and in the lives of my six children. There are times when just one comment gives me a …

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Does the Gospel Depend on a Young Earth?

Can a person believe in an old earth and an old universe (millions or billions of years in age) and be a Christian? First of all, let’s consider three verses that sum up the gospel and salvation. 1 Corinthians 15:17 says, “If Christ is not risen, your faith is futile; …

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Seminary Students Confess Their Sins . . . to Plants

This exercise of confessing to plants is part of a class the university offers that, in part, contains “liturgical responses to the state of the climate.” They shared this confessional to plants in a tweet from the university’s official account. It contained a photo and the words: Today in chapel, …

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