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Solving the Distant-Starlight Dilemma
Isaiah 45:12
"I have made the earth, and created man upon it: I, even my hands, have stretched out the heavens, and all their host have I commanded."
Scientists who reject the Bible believe that man's ability to see light from distant stars and galaxies can be likened to a deadly torpedo that sinks the ship of young earth creationism. But they are...


Modern Medicine is Not So Modern

David A. Wise

Modern Medicine is Not So Modern

by David A. Wise

"Modern" medicine has arrived four thousand years late! Was this an accident? Is it just a coincidence that the Mosaic record does not contain a single medical misconception?


1. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in women.

2. The medical sciences related to human sexuality are summed up in Genesis 2:24 by the phrase, "And they shall be one flesh."

3. Leviticus 15:8, 16, 17 and 22:4 give further ins

Telomerase-The New Tree of Life?

By Donald S. Clark

For years scientists have thought that aging was under the control of a "biological clock"-a cellular function regulating growth and programming cell death. Normal cells divide only a certain number of times before they die. But a puzzle to scientists has been that cancer cells have the peculiar ability to divide indefinitely; they are immortal.


1. "Telomerase May Be Key to Cancer and Aging, NCI Funds $2 Million, Five- Year Collaboration, " Genetic Engineering News, Sept. 15, 1995, Vol. 15, No.16, pp. 1, 13,35.

2. T represents a thymidine nucleotide, A an adenosine nucleotide and

God's Therapy of Mercy

By Paul A. Bartz

Why do we need physicians and medicine? If God created the world and everything in it perfect, where did disease, sickness and death come from? How can disease and death be part of God's plan for the creation?

God did not fashion a creation in which disease and death took place. Our ailments are our own doing. We added them to God's creation. When man withdrew his love from God by disobeying Him, man changed the nature of God's creation.


Photo: A photomicrograph of Clostridium botulinum bacteria. 


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