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There’s Abundance in Poverty

God's free gifts are all around us, if we would just see them and learn how to use them.

Happy New CEH Year

Thanks to all who read, shared, and tweeted our articles last year. We continue enthusiastically ahead, hoping to share science with "2020 Vision" free of evolutionary distortions.

Watch: Illustra Introduces 2-Minute Wonders

Branching off from hour-long documentaries, Illustra Media started releasing quick, shareable video jewels.

Creationism’s Debt to Phillip Johnson

Phillip E. Johnson (1940-2019) was a unifying figure, but not a compromiser. A unique and wise influencer, his strategy will continue.

Meaning of Beauty Explained in Beautiful New Illustra Film

Why is there beauty in the living world? We all recognize it. The implications take center stage in the design-vs-Darwin debate.

How Manipulators Subvert the Truth

Do not use these tactics on others. Be aware of how others might be using them on you.

Whose News Is Fake News?

Somebody, somewhere, has to care about truth and be willing to follow evidence. A little introspection and humility is required.

Being a Christian in Academia Can Be Costly

What happened to a Christian on his journey to a PhD is shocking and shameful, but his situation was far from unique.

How Mitochondria Protect Themselves from Mutations

  by Ross Anderson, PhD Mitochondria are very interesting and unique organelles. All eukaryotic cells possess them. They are indispensable in a number of cell activities beyond their well-known role of synthesizing the bulk of ATP used to power cells. Mitochondria reproduce at rates that are, for the most part, independent of the cell division […]

Where Did Earth’s Water Come From?

Water is just one big problem facing secular scientists who feel a need to explain everything without design.

Extreme Fine Tuning in Body Cells, Part 2

Here are two examples of an ultra-fine balance between function and disease inside the cells of our body's sensory cells (Part 2).

Extreme Fine Tuning in Body Cells, Part I

Here are just two examples of an ultra-fine balance between function and disease inside the cells of our body's sensory cells (Part 1 of 2).

Photosynthesis: Darwin’s Great Mystery Is Still a Mystery

Darwin’s Great Mystery, Photosynthesis, Is Still a Mystery by Jerry Bergman, PhD The origin of photosynthesis has always been a profound problem for evolution. A 2019 study by one of the leading researchers in this area, Tanai Cardona, from the Department of Life Sciences at Imperial College London, has confirmed the fact that after decades […]

Wonders of the Immune System

Medical science and physiological research has barely begun to understand all of the facets of the human immune system.

The Best Science Imitates Nature

Biomimetics has everything science desires: inspiration, motivation, understanding, and application. What’s not to like about biomimetics? It’s amazing. It’s interesting. Kids can like it. Parents can steer kids into careers in science with it. It’s usually ethical and non-controversial. And we can all benefit from the discoveries that are leading to applied understanding that comes […]
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