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“Hearing” a Smile Reveals Human Exceptionalism

November 30, 2018

Scientists have discovered evidence that people can "hear" a smile and respond in kind-research that highlights the importance of vocal signaling for communicating emotions between……

Have Scientists Created Life? Or Something Lifelike?

November 28, 2018

Synthetic biologists predict that in little more than a decade the first fully artificial cells could spark to life. But is it truly life that……

Should Christianity’s Differences Be Debated Indiscriminately?

December 03, 2018

A skeptic once asked Kenneth Samples, "Why should I seriously consider Christian truth claims when Christianity is so deeply divided?" Kenneth believes that Christians should……

Y-Chromosomal Adam, Mitochondrial Eve, and the Case for Biblical Creation

November 29, 2018

Scientists have dubbed the most recent common male human ancestor, "Y-Chromosomal Adam," and the female counterpart, "Mitochondrial Eve." With scientific findings so closely reflecting the……

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Educator's Help Desk: Dinosaurs, Part 3

October 10, 2016

Krista Bontrager, Dean of Online Instruction, discusses the question, "When did dinosaurs live?" with her daughter (age 10).…

Educators/Homeschoolers

Educator's Help Desk: Dinosaurs, Part 4

October 10, 2016

Krista Bontrager, Dean of Online Instruction, talks to her daughter, Emily (age 10), about her favorite dinosaur.…

Educators/Homeschoolers

Future Careers in Science and Faith part 1

February 22, 2016

RTB's Dean of Online Learning, Krista Bontrager, talks to Dr. Jeff Zweerink about ideas for future career options in science.…

Educators/Homeschoolers


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Average Joe's Corner

Let me guess. You like science apologetics and you know it’s important, but responsibilities keep you from staying on top of the latest. And, if you’re like me, sometimes the technical nature of apologetics––and the smart people involved––makes it a little intimidating. In Cup of Joe on the Go, you’ll find brief summaries of recent RTB podcasts, articles, talks, books, and so on, in an effort to equip you. Also, this blog will engage you with a question-of-the-week. Thanks for stopping by for a cup of Joe on the go.

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Take Two

After years of editing materials by RTB’s scholar team, we began toying around with the idea of taking the meaty evidence the scholar team discusses and breaking it up into fun-sized chunks. Though we’re not heavy into science or philosophy, we’ve discovered that without them we’re missing out on some important reasons to believe. (nudge nudge, wink wink).

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