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Lessons from Noah’s Ark

A fun collection of lessons people can take from the story of Noah's Ark!

What a Difference the Breath of Life Makes

Breath is a marvelous thing that makes all the difference in living.

Geological Processes Can Be Rapid

For those trained to think in millions of years, these geological processes should sound surprising.

Food Abounds for the Poor

People don't starve because of a lack of resources. They suffer because of bad ideas and wicked rulers.

Experts Were Wrong About Killer Bees

Another doomsday scenario has been debunked: killer bees have calmed down and become nice. How, and why?

Why Can’t Scientists Achieve Nature’s Designs?

Biomimetics has been big for years now, but scientists are still a long way from achieving biology's engineering.

Resiliency of Body Amazes Health Workers

Nothing seems more hopeless than paralysis. But there are indications of hope, thanks to the body's resiliency.

Brain Secrets Seen Through a Glass Darkly

The brain drain, the importance of forgetting, and other secrets of the "supremely complex organ" come to light.

Bibles Placed on the Moon by Apollo Astronauts

Not widely shared in Apollo news is that the astronauts wanted to take a Bible to the moon – and succeeded.

Space Pioneers Who Trusted in God

The mainstream media try to present science and technology as fields owned by evolutionists. Not true.

50 Years After Apollo, Our Moon Is Still Mysterious

Scientists in the 1960s were confident that the moon missions would solve their problems with lunar origins.

Brain Provides Shortcuts for the Will

The brain is like a smart assistant, allowing previously-learned actions to be called up on demand.

Bird with a Beat

Viewers will get a kick out of Snowball the cockatoo bobbing to the beat of music.

Moose, You Otter Have Beavers Nearby

Once again, scientists conclude that beavers do a lot of good for other animals and plants.

Brains by Mistake: The Darwin Poof Spoof

To Darwinians, brains are merely meat computers that arose by accident. The evidence for "over-design," however, is beyond comprehension.
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