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?
The Beatles are recognized for inspiring countless musicians and shaping the face of pop music. Likewise, beetles (the insect, not … Continue reading Beetles Inspire an Engineering Breakthrough
During my senior year in high school, I was the proud winner of the Periodic Table Competition at the West … Continue reading A Periodic Table for Protein Structures Reveals Biochemical Design
The week between Christmas and New Year’s Day holds special significance for our family. It is the time of the … Continue reading Mites Take a Bite Out of Evolution
For many scientists, biological evolution is one of the most successful theories of all time. It is widely held that … Continue reading Facing Failed Predictions: Extinction, Not Biological Innovation, Explains Biodiversity
At one time, many researchers viewed shared junk DNA sequences as the most compelling evidence for common descent and, hence, … Continue reading Three (More) Reasons Why Junk DNA Is No Longer Evidence for Evolution
Cursed are you above all livestock and all wild animals! You will crawl on your belly and you will eat … Continue reading Genetics Discovery in Snakes Adds Legs to the Case for Creation
From David—South Korea Hello scholars! I am a supporter of your ministry and appreciate the hard work you guys put … Continue reading Q&A: Where Does Speciation Fit in Creation?
I don’t believe in Santa Claus—but if he and his reindeer landed on my roof one Christmas Eve, I just … Continue reading Evolution: Seeing Isn’t Believing