Life requires information and information is the product of mind. We know that DNA and protein structures are information-rich molecules. … Continue reading Complex Carbohydrates Illustrate the Design in Cells
As my daughter, a high school senior, prepares for the next steps in her life, I’m noticing how my role … Continue reading 3 Ways Parents Can Encourage Their Aspiring Scientists
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One of the most divisive issues in the church today is how to interpret the first chapters of Genesis. What … Continue reading Do Christian Creeds Support a Calendar-Day View of Creation?
Have you ever noticed how much energy Christians invest in “responding to” things? We respond to movies, books, politics, current … Continue reading The Lab: Preparing a New Generation of Leaders in Science
In today’s society, we often look to science as an unbiased source of truth, regulated by the peer review process. … Continue reading Is the Peer Review Process Advancing Science?
“I am fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:14a). There’s no doubt that humans stand far above the rest of the … Continue reading How God Equipped Humans to Outrun Animals