Scientific American Prints Big Lies
July 26, 2021
Does white supremacy motivate rejection of evolution? Time to set the record straight!
Gideon Inscription Found
July 18, 2021
The nickname Gideon was given by his father, Jerubbaal, has been found on a piece of pottery dating from his era.
Awe Demands an Awe-Giver
June 20, 2021
Materialists want to reap the psychological benefits of godly attitudes without entering the narrow gate properly.
Can You Have Godliness without God?
May 16, 2021
Secular scientists attempt to promote righteousness through human effort.
More Dead Sea Scrolls Found
March 17, 2021
In an adventurous operation, archaeologists have recovered Bible-era treasures before looters could get them.
Archaeology News from the Time of Jesus
January 13, 2021
Two archaeological sites relating to New Testament events have come to light.
Bronze Age Global Trade Identified in Teeth
December 29, 2020
Bronze Age people were smarter than scientists thought. They were eating Chinese food 3,700 years ago.
New Creation Theology Society Formed
December 23, 2020
PhDs in theology are joining with PhDs in science to collaborate on research regarding the Bible and science.
Hope Needs a Reason
December 20, 2020
Hope is good for you. But hope in what?
Darwin Still Escaping Apologies for Scientific Racism
September 10, 2020
Apologizing for past racism is now everywhere but rarely mentions Darwin and evolution’s central role in it. History, though, documents Darwin's role in abundance.
Hand Signals of Design
July 16, 2020
The human hand turns out to have much more capability for complex movement than scientists thought.
Canaanites Were Genetically Distinct
May 29, 2020
A new study finds that the the Canaanites before the Conquest were a distinct people, as the Bible says.
World Celebrates Passion Week at Home
April 5, 2020
The coronavirus has forced most people to celebrate Easter week at home. But it can still be a unique time rich with meaning.
Seeds from Time of Christ Sprout, Grow Trees in Israel
February 5, 2020
Trees of a now-extinct date palm celebrated for its fruit have sprouted from 2,000-year-old seeds recovered from Israel.
Reading: Darwinian Roots of the Culture of Death
January 12, 2020
This passage by Nancy Pearcey draws the connection between Darwinism and today's culture of death.