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Scientists shocked to find dinosaur egg incubation like reptiles, not birds

Florida State University’s Dr. Gregory Erickson working with a team of scientists from the University of Calgary and the American Museum of Natural History recently released a surprising discovery they made after examining fossilized dinosaur embryos. By determining the age of the embryos upon measuring embryonic teeth rings (which are similar to measuring tree rings to find… Continue reading Scientists shocked to find dinosaur egg incubation like reptiles, not birds

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Texas Board of Education votes to keep curriculum questioning evolution

In a vote that has liberals up in arms, the Texas Board of Education made up of 10 Republicans and 5 Democrats has voted to keep a high school biology curriculum that allows the questioning of the theory of evolution.The vote taken on Wednesday, February 1, is on a preliminary curriculum so a final vote… Continue reading Texas Board of Education votes to keep curriculum questioning evolution

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Rebuking and casting down statements favoring abortion

Is abortion really as complicated as pro-abortionists claim it is? Creationists Richard Fangrad and Calvin Smith examine and refute arguments that pro-abortionists use to promote killing unborn humans in the video below, which was released today. In the YouTube video, they highlight how the abortion issue should really be measured against these two questions: Is… Continue reading Rebuking and casting down statements favoring abortion

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Cell origins is one of evolution’s major problems

“What’s one of the biggest problems for evolution? The origin of the first cell. Though the cell is the basic building block for life, its design is actually very complex. We can compare the functions of a cell to those of computers, building projects, and even whole cities.” — That’s a Fact – Cell Origins,… Continue reading Cell origins is one of evolution’s major problems

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Evolutionists can’t get monkey off their backs in vast gene differences between humans, chimps

Genetic scientists have discovered a new set of over 1300 orphan genes between humans and chimps. Orphan genes are those found only in a specific organism. They have no similarities whatsoever to any genes in any other creature–bearing out the fact that they could not have evolved. What this means is that the more they… Continue reading Evolutionists can’t get monkey off their backs in vast gene differences between humans, chimps

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Creationists have made noteworthy advances in science

Have you ever been told that creationists and their creationism have not contributed anything to science? Or that evolutionists are the only ones making significant discoveries for science? Well, both statements are false and an article from Creation Ministries International gives the specifics on just how much Bible-believing scientists have not only laid the foundations… Continue reading Creationists have made noteworthy advances in science

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Why Noah’s flood is important to the gospel

Believe it or not, there are some Christians who dispute the fact that Noah’s flood was a worldwide occurrence. They claim it was a local flood that only happened in the Mesopotamia region, buying into evolutionary theories that claim Earth is much older than what the Bible says. However, there is evidence from scripture and… Continue reading Why Noah’s flood is important to the gospel