Thirty years ago when Kathy and I—and some of you—launched Reasons to Believe, the word “blog” hadn’t yet been invented, … Continue reading Announcing RTB’s New Blog Ring!
It seems that all too frequently we read another exciting announcement that an extrasolar planet has been detected, one that … Continue reading Can Planets in the Habitable Zone Actually Support Life?
Tsunamis are a recurring theme in disaster movies. The Impossible depicts a family’s struggle to survive in the aftermath of … Continue reading Was Mars Once Plagued by Tsunamis?
When I visited Great Britain years ago, I was surprised at how difficult it was for me to cross busy … Continue reading Do Neanderthal Cave Structures Challenge Human Exceptionalism?
While growing up, I had a friend named Tom who had an unusual older brother named Tim. Back then, Tom … Continue reading Complex Protein Biogenesis Hints at Intelligent Design
The Bible has a lot to say about reconciliation. Christians, for example, are called to be ambassadors for reconciliation (2 … Continue reading How Can We Reconcile in a Way that Lasts?
A team of 10 Chinese astronomers recently announced the first-ever discovery of a supermassive black hole binary.1 They found the … Continue reading What Does the Discovery of a Supermassive Black Hole Binary Mean for Creationism?
In 538 BC, the angel Gabriel gave Daniel a prophecy pinpointing when the Messiah would arrive. “Know and understand this,” … Continue reading Was Jesus’ Arrival Accurately Predicted in the Bible?
In 2015, three scientists won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for decades of research into DNA—research that reinforces the idea … Continue reading Nobel-Winning DNA Research Challenges Evolutionary Theory