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
Whenever I speak on university campuses, students challenge me with the endosymbiont hypothesis. This hypothesis is an important facet of … Continue reading Why Do Mitochondria Have DNA?
Little kids love to ask, “Why?” So do skeptics; however, their “why” questions aren’t asked to gain insight. Instead, they … Continue reading Mitochondrial Genomes: Evidence for Evolution or Creation?
New Year’s Day will soon be upon us. That means it’s time to come up with a few resolutions. Any … Continue reading The Wisdom of Biochemical Systems
Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once. (Julius Caesar, 2.2.32–37) **** New … Continue reading Nonrandom Mutations Scramble the Case for Common Descent
The more that we learn about biochemical systems, the more convinced I am that they are the Creator’s handiwork. A … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: Protein Life Times
With the creation of artificial life in the lab on the horizon, many people—Christians in particular—are asking if synthetic biology … Continue reading A Theology for Synthetic Biology, Part 2 (of 2)
A few days ago I asserted that the creation of artificial life in the laboratory demonstrates that the genesis of … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: Cell Blueprints
It’s just a matter of time before synthetic biologists create artificial life in the lab. This endeavor causes many Christians … Continue reading A Theology for Synthetic Biology, Part 1 (of 2)
In my book The Cell’s Design, I illustrate how optimization indicates intelligent design. That is, when humans create objects and/or … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: Optimizing the Genetic Code