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Q&A: New Information in DNA?

Q Hi Creation Team God bless you guys in your ministry efforts. I love science but I am not a scientist, so I only grasp the basics. I have read up on this question on Answers in Genesis website but still need clarity on this issue. I watched this clip put out by an evolutionist [...]

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Duck Dynasty Quoting Corinthians

I have to confess: I have never actually watched Duck Dynasty yet. Maybe I will put that sin of omission right one day soon. Judging by the proliferation of bearded red-neck dolls in Walmart, I may be in a minority. Apparently, Phil Robertson has also found himself in a minority. It is a minority consisting [...]

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Let It Snow

A water molecule contains two hydrogen atoms, each of which is bonded by a polar covalent bond to an oxygen atom, in a near tetrahedral arrangement with the two lone electron pairs of the oxygen atom. Therefore, the H-O-H bond angle is about 107°. This polarity causes the intermolecular attraction known as hydrogen-bonding, and allows [...]

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The Holy Spirit in Creation

The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. The Scriptures teach us that God is a Trinity—He is three persons, but one God. I explained this concept in detail, and how the doctrine is reflected in Genesis, in the first chapter of my book, No Time for Itching Ears. There are a number [...]

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Atheists Want Pure but Poor Education

About one third of all state-funded primary schools in England are so-called “Faith Schools”. Such schools are sponsored by faith-based organizations, which would be mostly Church of England, Roman Catholic, Methodist, and Jewish, with a small number of Muslim or Evangelical institutions. Atheists in Britain object to these schools. The British Humanist Association is currently [...]

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