Where Science and Faith Converge

Staying Connected

  • Global Warming

    March 1, 2007

    Global warming is real. But its causes–therefore its solutions–are more complex than most people seem to realize.

    • Global Warming
    • Solar System Design
    • Geology and the Bible
    • Earth/Moon Design
  • A Neanderthal Birthday

    September 1, 2006

    Everybody loves a birthday. For little kids, it's a chance to get showered with presents; for us older folks, it means we made it through one more year.

    • Neanderthals
  • A Word About the DaVinci Code

    March 1, 2006

    The best-selling novel, The DaVinci Code, is coming to the big screen in May. And it has some big-name talent behind it. Ron Howard directs the film, and Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks plays the lead. Weaving together an unbelievably complex series of puzzles, the characters race against time to solve a mysterious murder that occurred in the historic Paris museum, the Louvre.

    • Historical Apologetics
    • General Apologetics
  • Bringing Stem Cell Research Into Focus

    November 1, 2005

    Even though they can't be seen without a microscope, embryonic stem cells are in full view of the public's eye. This interest in stem cell research has generated a number of radio interviews for me over the last year, in many instances on secular radio stations. These interviews present a timely opportunity to offer a Christian perspective on stem cell research. Frequently I am asked if I oppose. My reply: "I am opposed to embryonic stem cell research, since it involves the destruction of human embryos. I do, however, support adult stem cell research."

    • Stem Cells/Cloning
  • Should Intelligent Design Be Taught in Public Schools?

    September 1, 2005

    George W. Bush ignited a fire storm of controversy last month when he responded to a reporter's question. Even though he never mentioned intelligent design, many in the media presumed that he endorsed teaching both evolution and intelligent design (ID) in public schools. We're often asked a similar question at outreach events and during radio interviews: Should ID be taught in public school?

    • Intelligent Design Movement
    • Legal Issues
  • Do Humans and Chimps Belong In The Same Genus?

    March 1, 2004

    A recent scientific study created a stir by asserting that humans and chimpanzees belong to the same genus.1 Morris Goodman, an evolutionary biologist from Wayne State University, and his research team generated this excitement when they compared human and chimpanzee genes.2 Goodman's team examined 97 genes that collectively consisted of 90,000 base pairs (genetic letters)—one of the most extensive human-chimp gene-to-gene comparisons yet made—and discovered a 99.4% sequence identity. This similarity led Goodman to conclude that, genetically speaking, chimpanzees are humans and belong in the genus Homo.

    • Prebiotic Chemistry
    • Humans vs. Chimps

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