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Evolution Did Not Cause Back Pain

Dr Jerry Bergman debunks the notion that back pain was caused by humans evolving from apes to walk upright.

No New Human Influence Under the Sun

Scientists trying to measure the damage done on Earth by humans need to look way back.

Happiness Is a Walk in the Park

Studies continue to show that people are happier the more they interact with nature's beauty.

Homosexuals Can’t Blame Their Genes

Largest genetic study ever done on the subject shows no conclusive evidence genes influence homosexual behavior.

What a Difference the Breath of Life Makes

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

What Science Doesn’t Know

For all the confident triumphalism scientists display, there are major things they do not grasp.

Ignoring Minds Leads to Bad Science

People are not just particles in motion. Intelligent entities do not cooperate with evolutionary models.

Psychologist Confirms Depravity of Man

It's in human nature to do wrong. Experiments show that this is the case.

More Criticisms Raised Against Psycho-Science

Are psychology and psychotherapy losing their minds? Claims of their scientific validity are under fire (again).

Science Confirms Biblical Human Nature

Science reveals that people are just like what the Bible says they are: image-bearers of their Creator, yet fallen into sin.

Evolutionary Models Are Unreliable

Evolutionists find that models and assumptions in which they placed their trust are unreliable and unscientific.

Resiliency of Body Amazes Health Workers

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

Darwinian Racism Exposed

Darwinists compare African tribes people to chimpanzees. How is this not racist? Where is the outrage?

Altruism Defeats Darwinism

Darwinism cannot handle pure altruism, but don't let scientists wander off into fake spirituality as an alternative.

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.
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