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Early Cave Art Supports the Image of God

The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles houses one of my favorite paintings: Édouard Manet’s The Rue Mosnier with Flags. … read more
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Does Animal Planning Undermine the Image of God?

A few years ago, we had an all-white English Bulldog named Archie. He would lumber toward even complete strangers, eager to befriend them and earn… read more
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Prebiotic Chemistry and the Hand of God

“Many of the experiments designed to explain one or other step in the origin of life are either of tenuous relevance to any believable… read more
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Long Noncoding RNAs Extend the Case for Creation

I don’t like to think of myself as technology-challenged, but I am beginning to wonder if I just might be. As a case in point, I have no clue… read more
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Soft Tissue Preservation Mechanism Stabilizes the Case for Earth’s Antiquity

One of the highlights of the year at Reasons to Believe (well, it’s a highlight for some of us, anyway) is the white elephant gift exchange at… read more
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Endosymbiont Hypothesis and the Ironic Case for a Creator

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Did Neanderthals Start Fires?

It is one of the most iconic Christmas songs of all time. … read more
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Spider Silk Inspires New Technology and the Case for a Creator

Mark your calendars! … read more
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Vocal Signals Smile on the Case for Human Exceptionalism

Before Thanksgiving each year, those of us who work at Reasons to Believe (RTB) headquarters take part in an annual custom. We put our work on pause… read more
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When Did Modern Human Brains—and the Image of God—Appear?

When I was a kid, I enjoyed reading Ripley’s Believe It or Not! I couldn’t get enough of the bizarre facts described in the pages of this… read more
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Is Raising Children with Religion Child Abuse?

“Horrible as sexual abuse no doubt was, the damage was arguably less than the long-term psychological damage inflicted by bringing the child… read more
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Is Fossil-Associated Cholesterol a Biomarker for a Young Earth?

Like many Americans, I receive a yearly physical. Even though I find these exams to be a bit of a nuisance, I recognize their importance. These… read more
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Further Review Overturns Neanderthal Art Claim

As I write this blog post, the 2018–19 NFL season is just underway. … read more
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Can Evolution Explain the Origin of Language?

Oh honey hush, yes you talk too much … read more
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The Optimal Design of the Genetic Code

Were there no example in the world of contrivance except that of the eye, it would be alone sufficient to support the conclusion which we draw from… read more
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Neuroscientists Transfer "Memories" from One Snail to Another: A Christian Perspective on Engra

Scientists from UCLA recently conducted some rather bizarre experiments. For me, it’s these types of things that make it so much fun to be a… read more
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Differences in Human and Neanderthal Brains Explain Human Exceptionalism

When I was a little kid, my mom went through an Agatha Christie phase. She was a huge fan of the murder mystery writer and she read all of… read more
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Yeast Gene Editing Study Raises Questions about the Evolutionary Origin of Human Chromosome 2

As a biochemist and a skeptic of the evolutionary paradigm, people often ask me two interrelated questions: … read more
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The Endosymbiont Hypothesis: Things Aren’t What They Seem to Be

Sometimes, things just aren’t what they seem to be. For example, when it comes to the world of biology: … read more
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The Multiplexed Design of Neurons

In 1910, Major General George Owen Squier developed a technique to increase the efficiency of data transmission along telephone lines that is still… read more
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