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Science and the Gospel: A Dialogue

Do science and theology undermine each other or support each other?

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Making Friends in the Scientific Community

One often hears of conflict between religion and science or that creationists are anti-science. This article rejects such mindsets and presents another perspective about looking for the good even in people we may disagree with.

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Natural Selection, Darwin, and the Biblical Worldview

What should a Christian’s view of natural selection be? Is it an invention? Is it nature’s great creative force? Is it good? Is it natural?

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The Origins Time Line

Historic moments in the conversation about beginnings

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How Adventists Became Creationists

Adventists and creation go together like jam and bread, but things were not always this way.

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Science and Faith

We need both to believe

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​Mind and Cosmos

Why am I conscious of my purpose?

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​A Toxic Legacy

Why creation care matters for Bible believers

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Chaos in Science

Science is most powerful when its limitations in understanding the complexity of nature are recognized. Newtonian physics has been a powerful tool for understanding nature for hundreds of years and is still an essential part of any physics class, but it has its limitations in understanding complex systems, so more is needed.

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Kindness? Or Set Them Straight?

How do we deal with persons who don’t believe that Genesis is right about creation and the flood?

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Why Are Fossils Important for Christians?

Fossils and the rocks in which they are contained are an excellent platform for discussing origins from a biblical perspective, especially in relation to the design and complexity of ancient life and the worldwide destruction caused by Noah’s Flood.

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How Many Brains Do We Have?

New study of neuronal diversification reveals the complexity of the gut's brain

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Genesis: A Scientific Account?

It is not the level of detail that makes a science book scientific, but simply whether or not the level of detail given in the book is scientifically correct

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Dinosaurs and Dust

Climatic effects of the impact and volcanism scenarios for the extinction of dinosaurs are investigated in a modelling paper.

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Stasis Is Not Evolution

A Cambrian fossil worm shows only minor differences from species still living, an example of family stasis.

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Darwin’s Cost

Species may undergo minor adaptation through Darwinian processes, but this comes at the cost of genetic deterioration.

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Is There a Scientific Conflict Between the Theory of Darwinian Evolution and the Fossil Record?

Darwin saw evolution as a slow and steady process with species gradually transforming into new species over long time. He thought that the fossil record should provide evidence for his theory. However, the needed evidence proved to be elusive.

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The Creation Bible

A selection of texts from the King James Bible referring to creation

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Pseudogenes at Work

Pseudogenes are important in gene regulation and other activities.

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“Silent” Substitutions Make a Difference

Changing a DNA sequence can affect a protein even if it does not change the amino acid sequence.

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