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Preying Plants

Preying Plants

  Have you considered the functions of the plants of prey?   The sundew plant traps insects with its long red hairs. The tips of these hairs emit a smell that entices insects to visit. Upon an insect’s arrival, it gets stuck to the thick fluid on one of the leaves....

Inclement Weather Insects

Inclement Weather Insects

  How do insects deal with inclement weather and flood conditions? Go out and find an ant, place it in a glass of water, after a few seconds the ant will appear like it has drowned; it will be lying at the bottom of the glass of water. After a few minutes, remove the...

Dinosaur Soft Tissue

Dinosaur Soft Tissue

What does it mean when we discover fresh tissue in dinosaur bones? Organic molecules rapidly degrade when exposed to oxygen or weathering forces. Even when deeply buried, organic materials cannot survive for tens of thousands of years. The fragile chemicals that make...

Revealing Resurrection

Revealing Resurrection

  Did you know that every detail of Scripture is recorded for a purpose?   All too often we read through many of the stories and historical accounts in the Bible without understanding the significance of the small details. This is especially true when we do not...

Helping Hurricanes?

Helping Hurricanes?

 Is there any benefit to a raging hurricane?   According to NASA, “Hurricanes are the most powerful accumulations of energy on Earth”. They are violent ocean-churning storms that have a purpose. Hurricanes release a tremendous amount of rainfall, in 2003, Hurricane...

Vibrio Virus

Vibrio Virus

    How much time do you spend thinking about bacteria, fungi, and viruses, collectively known as microbes?   Lately, we’ve all probably thought about germs a little more, but where did these disease-causing microbes come from if God declared His creation “very good”?...

Mechanism for the Ice Age

Mechanism for the Ice Age

  What causes an Ice Age?   An ice age results when the winter’s snows do not melt each year but are continually added to. It takes very special conditions to make an ice age. It may sound strange, but an ice age can only happen if the oceans heat up so that there is...

Designed to Dive

Designed to Dive

  Did you know that birds have hollow bones so that they have a lower weight and fly more easily? That sounds logical, however the secular worldview teaches that solid bones of mammals or reptiles, needed for strength in land animals, change into the hollow bones of...

Ark Animal Care

Ark Animal Care

Have you considered how Noah and his family cared for the animals on the Ark?   The Ark was the size of a huge cargo ship, about 450 feet long. At most, 16,000 animals including 2-7 of every species of mammal, bird, reptile, and amphibian on the planet. A generous...

Earth’s Exact Orbit

Earth’s Exact Orbit

  How does the Earth's rotation remain so consistent?   As the Earth circles the sun, its north-south axis maintains a 23.5 degree tilt. It is the tilt of the Earth that controls our seasons. The majority of people asked this question will answer that the sun is...

Squirrels Talented Tail

Squirrels Talented Tail

Have you ever thought about how many ways a squirrel uses its tail? How does a squirrel stay balanced on a tree branch? He uses his tail like a tightrope walker uses a pole. As he moves along the branch, he tilts his tail one way or the other as the center of gravity...

Christian Scientists

Christian Scientists

Have Christian scientists contributed to the advancement of technology? Samuel Findley Breeze Morse (1791-1872) was a versatile American genius who changed the world with the technology he developed. Dubbed by many biographers as the “American Leonardo de Vinci”,...

Equipped Eyelids

Equipped Eyelids

Have you considered the workings of your eyelids?   That’s what engineer Robert Kearns from Detroit, Michigan, the center of America’s auto industry, was thinking about when he was driving in a misty rain. It was early in the 1960’s, and Kearns was irritated that his...

Fossil Graveyards

Fossil Graveyards

  Have you considered the fossil graveyards around the world?   Countless billions of animal and plant fossils are found in extensive graveyards. Here are a few discoveries of these fossil remains. Billions of fossilized squid-like marine creatures called nautiloids...

Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis

  How do evolutionists explain metamorphosis? Metamorphosis begins with the mother butterfly laying an egg. The egg soon hatches into a hungry caterpillar. The caterpillar eats, and eats, and eats until it becomes a fat, wingless, worm-like creature. Then it does the...

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