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Baby May Be in Charge of His Own Birth
Galatians 4:19
"My little children, of whom I travail in birth again until Christ be formed in you..."
Does the mother's body or the unborn baby's body trigger the birth process? Those who advise that the baby will come when it's ready may be correct. Researchers studying mice have found that a...

Discussion & Answers to Creation Evolution Debates | Blog

Dec 1, 2008

CNN reported today that NASA is thinking about funding the SETI Institute so it can continue its Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence in the universe. Frankly, we question the wisdom of using taxpayer money to support an organization whose mission is to "explore, understand and explain the origin, nature and prevalence of life in the universe."

First of all, what makes them think...

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Nov 21, 2008

Those are just a few of the names we were called this week during a dialog with evolutionists who were attacking one of our Creation Moments videos on YouTube. They called us every name in the book, but what they didn't do is present even one shred of evidence for evolution.

Shouting that evolution is a FACT is not what we consider to be evidence. Why do evolutionists get so...

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Nov 8, 2008

If you've ever wished you could do something personally to join the battle against atheistic evolution, our new "Creation Action Moments" e-mail is here to help! Each week we'll give you one action item that's easy to do and takes only a minute or two. If you aren't already receiving it, sign up for our daily e-mail now to receive both our daily "...

Oct 29, 2008

TAKE ACTION in the Battle Between Creation and Evolution!
It's so much more fun and exciting to be an active participant in the battle between worldviews than to be sitting on the sidelines! Soon, we will start sending out a weekly "Creation Action Moments" e-mail to help you get actively engaged in the battle. Each action-packed e-mail will contain one easy-to-do action...

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Oct 26, 2008

Evolution HandbookWhen we started to read The Evolution Handbook, we figured we'd just skip through all the superfluous material and read the "good stuff." After all, who has time to read a 992-page book from cover to cover? We soon discovered, however, that every chapter was...

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Oct 15, 2008

In a Creation Moments program called "Gecko Tape," we talked about the amazing ability of the gecko to walk up walls and across the ceiling. The gecko can do this because it has tiny hairs, called setae, on its feet. These hairs are so tiny that they actually grip the molecules in the surface of the material upon which the gecko is walking.We also noted that researchers were trying to create a...

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Aug 18, 2008

Many people - especially those who believe in creation - resist watching science shows on PBS and the Discovery Channel, because these programs are usually saturated with unscientific claims favoring evolution. However, even Darwinian soapboxes like Nova can be worth watching, just as long as you do so with a discerning eye.

The first thing you have to do is separate the program's true...

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Aug 13, 2008

Come November, which presidential candidate will you vote for? While the candidates' views on many issues will influence your decision, we hope that one of these issues is their view regarding origins and the teaching of evolution in public schools.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama told the York Daily Record his stance on the teaching of evolution...

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Jun 20, 2008

Speaking at the Stanford commencement last week was Oprah Winfrey – a superstar with so much fame and power, she’s known simply by her first name. When the senior class presidents first heard that Oprah was selected to speak, they said: “We look forward to hearing her thoughts about meeting life's challenges and making a difference in the world.”
And what thoughts did she share?
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Jun 13, 2008

By a vote of 94-3, Louisiana’s House of Representatives yesterday passed an academic freedom bill that would protect teachers and school districts that promote objective discussion about evolution and other scientific topics. The Louisiana Science Education Act now goes to the Louisiana Senate before becoming law.
Louisiana is one of six states this year that are considering academic...

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