The Language of Life

The Language of Life

Who authored the DNA language? A language is a series of non-repeating symbols that carry a meaning. DNA is a series of non-repeating chemicals that carry information. A language causes a response by those receiving the message. DNA causes responses to happen...
Man’s Best Friend

Man’s Best Friend

How have dogs been man’s best friend since the beginning? Scientific research has revealed that dogs have at least six distinctly different barks that communicate their feelings to humans. Ranging from playful to sad, threatened to contented, angry to pleading, the...
The Dinosaur Diet

The Dinosaur Diet

How does the dinosaur diet confirm Biblical Creation? Scientists recently discovered that many dinosaurs ate grass. They came to this conclusion by analyzing coprolite (fossilized feces). This should be a problem for evolutionists because for decades we have been...
Dating Coal and Diamonds

Dating Coal and Diamonds

What can we learn from the dating of minerals that testifies to a young earth? Recently, a team of scientists wanted to test carbon-14 in coal and diamonds. Carbon 14 has a half life of 5,730 years. This means that in 5,730 years, half the radioactive carbon-14 decays...
Flatworm Super Glue

Flatworm Super Glue

How do tiny flatworms called monogeneans testify to creation? They are parasites that live on the skin, fins, and gills of fish. They first take hold of the fish with hooks. But in order to feed off the fish, they glue their mouths onto the fish with superglue. This...

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