Talking to Evolutionists: 9 Thoughts for Creationists

If there's a lot of pessimism among evolutionists about the productivity of trying to talk to creationists, there's at least as much pessimism among creationists. Many times I've heard (or made, in my YEC days) comments about how such discussions with those of us who have "drunk the evolution kool-aid" are a waste of time. …

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Talking To Creationists: 10 Thoughts For Non-Creationists

There can be an awful lot of pessimism about talking to creationists. Young Earth Creationism (YEC) is a fairly common view in North America, and unfortunately conversation on the topic often generates more heat than light. There are tons of articles out there discussing the validity of the YEC view, but it seems there is …

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We Can Now End Malaria With Mass Effect Technology (But Maybe We Shouldn’t)

It's always neat to see technologies from Science Fiction become reality. Star Trek is famous for featuring technology like communicators (cell phones), replicators (3D Printers), and warp drives (still highly hypothetical, unfortunately). But Star Trek doesn't have a corner on the market for futuristic technology predictions. Another great sci-fi universe might have a way to …

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What Would Jesus Eat? The Weird World of Lobster Ethics

Is it a sin for Christians to eat lobster? Most major branches of Christianity would say yes. Old Testament prohibitions against eating lobster are usually seen as part of the Old Covenant and not a requirement for New Covenant people. But ancient dietary laws aside, modern bioethics has raised some decidedly New Testament concerns  on …

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Book Review: Biology Through The Eyes of Faith

Biology Through The Eyes of Faith. By Richard T. Wright. HarperCollins. $10.53 on Kindle. Length: 269 pages Published:  April, 1989 Source:  Borrowed There is an enormous amount of writing out there about different Christian perspectives about how to approach biological evolution, but this book has some useful perspective to give on that matter and more. …

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Chimeras Raise Questions About When Life Begins

Developmental Biology is a fascinating field. It's truly amazing to learn how complex life forms grow and develop starting from a single cell, and to watch parts of the process happen. Besides being interesting, Dev Bio is also extremely useful in healthcare. By learning how something develops, you can sometimes figure out what went wrong …

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