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Mystery of Species

 Mystery of Species Greek philosophers are thought to be the first to begin classifying living things. The story behind the word species (Greek εἶδος) began with Plato. Building on Plato, Aristotle used genus (γένος) and species as philosophical categories. A genus was a category and a species was a subcategory of a genus. At the time, [...]

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Darwin’s Tree Infestation

Darwin’s Tree Infestation Insects fascinated Charles Darwin. “No pursuit at Cambridge [University] was followed with nearly so much eagerness,” Darwin notes, “or gave me so much pleasure as collecting beetles.” His fascination continued while sailing aboard the HMS Beagle, collecting the only known specimen of Darwinius Sedaris (pictured) in 1832 while in Argentina. Insects are [...]

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Examining Biblical Accuracy

Logically, we understand that two things making contradictory claims cannot both be true. Although it is possible for both things to be wrong, it is definitely not possible for both things to simultaneously be correct. Therefore, we can conclude that all belief systems cannot be true — because every religion claims different things about God, [...]

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Mutation + Selection = Stasis

Mutation + Selection = Stasis

The genetic mutation plus natural selection equation emerged as the most popular theory of biological evolution during the twentieth century. With advances in biotechnology, however, the credibility of this theory – popularly known as neo-Darwinism or the Modern Synthesis theory – has since been increasingly challenged by evolutionary scientists. In an experimental evolution model using [...]

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Famous Chemist Drops Bomb on Evolution

Famous Chemist Drops Bomb on Evolution

Behind closed doors, more and more scientists will admit that evolution is not a matter of fact and cannot possibly explain the origin of life. When penned down by fellow scientists of equal status, many in the world of academia merely reply that the origin of life is something that nobody understands. As a well-known chemist [...]

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The Butterfly’s Blood

What wonderful things God created for mankind.  All creation reflects His glory—even simple bugs. (1 Corinthians 1:27) For those who study these miraculous creatures, glimpses into God’s love for mankind can be seen everywhere. The extraordinary milkweed butterfly group, the most popular of which is the monarch butterfly, provides us one such example. Their very [...]

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DarwinMissedIt

Darwin Missed the Obvious

Plucked to Extinction In The Origin of Species, “extinction and natural selection,” Charles Darwin argued, “go hand in hand.” Extinction, however, was a relatively new concept – only emerging in revolutionary France in the early nineteenth century. While pigeon-holed in his library after the HMS Beagle voyage, Darwin conveniently overlooked one of the largest extinction [...]

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The Greatest Event In History

What event is greater than the creation of the world? What event is more amazing than Jesus walking on water or raising Lazarus from the dead? What event is the most important, life-changing, and exciting event in History? By far, it is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. I just finished reading a portion of Tim [...]

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