A fossil bird recovered from Cretaceous lake deposits in China shows preservation of some soft tissues, including a pair of lungs that appear to have functioned in a way similar to those of living birds
Newly released Illustra Media film explores what the universe reveals about God
With the scientific knowledge we currently have of nature, is it still reasonable to believe in miracles?
This captioned version of "The Hole" has been produced especially for those who are hearing impaired, but may also be useful for anyone who would prefer to watch with captions available. "The Hole" is a beautiful film narrated by Alvin Chea, bass singer in the Grammy Award winning group Take Six. It illustrates the Gospel using the creation to help in understanding what it means to be "born again." The Hole" will be used by Seventh-day Adventists around the world on the Church's designated Creation Sabbath, which falls on October 28 of this year. The full 5-minute video will be released on September 28 in several languages. Its use is not restricted and anyone is welcome to view and share it. For more information about Creation Sabbath, visit: www.creationsabbath.net.
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November 9, 2018 / Ryan F. Mandelbaum / Gizmodo - warblers appear to be reproductively compatible in spite of alleged millions of years of independent evolution
November 7, 2018 / M. Aubert et al. / Nature - reports on presumed oldest figurative artwork from anywhere in the world
October 25, 2018 / Calla Cofield, Pat Brennan, and Alison Hawkes / NASA - some of the planets thought to be of a size and temperature similar to Earth's are really bigger – and usually, hotter
October 17, 2018 / Joel Achenbach / Washington Post - Putative stromatolitic structures previously described as Earth's earliest fossils are not relics of microbial mats but are formed through geological processes
October 17, 2018 / Uncommon Descent
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