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Today's Creation Moment

Oct
25
God's Chemistry Again Outpaces Man's
Psalm 139:14
"I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well."
One of the greatest questions in biology asks how a single fertilized cell divides into many different cells – some become liver cells, skin cells, brain cells, and bone cells. This is the ultimate...
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Volume 133

Listen Transcript Title Air Date
Listen Transcript A Plague of Biblical Proportions 01/27/2012
Listen Transcript Man Is More than Matter 01/26/2012
Listen Transcript The Bowerbirds of New Guinea 01/25/2012
Listen Transcript Catastrophe! 01/24/2012
Listen Transcript An Intelligent Plant 01/23/2012
Listen Transcript The Marvelous Bat 01/20/2012
Listen Transcript Who Said the Earth Was Flat?! 01/19/2012
Listen Transcript Your Busy Liver 01/18/2012
Listen Transcript Those Astonishing Bee Engineers 01/17/2012
Listen Transcript The First Five Years of Creation 01/16/2012
Listen Transcript The Greatest Deep-Sea Divers 01/13/2012
Listen Transcript Could Adam Have Lived that Long? 01/12/2012
Listen Transcript How to Speak Firefly 01/11/2012
Listen Transcript The Efficient Firefly 01/10/2012
Listen Transcript God's Unlimited Generosity 01/09/2012
Listen Transcript The Gift of Smell 01/06/2012
Listen Transcript The Gift of Humor 01/05/2012
Listen Transcript How to Talk Gerbil 01/04/2012
Listen Transcript Tiny Time Bombs 01/03/2012
Listen Transcript Chemical Communication 01/02/2012
Listen Transcript Nature's Velcro 12/30/2011
Listen Transcript Plants Skilled in Animal Chemistry 12/29/2011
Listen Transcript Plant Self-Defense 12/28/2011
Listen Transcript Parents Who Are Wise as Owls 12/27/2011
Listen Transcript The Original Antibiotic 12/26/2011
Listen Transcript Frog Hibernation 12/23/2011
Listen Transcript Can Evolution Predict the Future? 12/22/2011
Listen Transcript The Very Hairs of Your Head 12/21/2011
Listen Transcript Bats Who Feed Trees 12/20/2011
Listen Transcript A Community in the Air 12/19/2011