The Argument from Beauty: Can Evolution Explain Our Aesthetic Sense?

Lately, I find myself spending more time in front of the TV than I normally would, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. I‘m not sure investing more… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Another Disappointment for the Evolutionary Model for the Origin of Eukaryotic Cells?

We all want to be happy. … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

How Can DNA Survive for 75 Million Years? Implications for the Age of the Earth

My family’s TV viewing habits have changed quite a bit over the years. It doesn’t seem that long ago that we would gather around the TV,… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

No Joke: New Pseudogene Function Smiles on the Case for Creation

Time to confess. I now consider myself an evolutionary creationist. I have no choice. The evidence for biological evolution is so… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Does Evolutionary Bias Create Unhealthy Stereotypes about Pseudogenes?

Truth be told, we all hold to certain stereotypes whether we want to admit it or not. Though unfair, more often than not, these stereotypes cause… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

New Genetic Evidence Affirms Human Uniqueness

It’s a remarkable discovery—and a bit gruesome, too. … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Ancient DNA Indicates Modern Humans Are One-of-a-Kind

The wonderful thing about tiggers … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Cave Art Tells the Story of Human Exceptionalism

Comic books intrigue me. They are a powerful storytelling vehicle. The combination of snapshot-style imagery, along with narration and dialogue,… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

But Do Watches Replicate? Addressing a Logical Challenge to the Watchmaker Argument

Were things better in the past than they are today? It depends who you ask. … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

The Flagellum’s Hook Connects to the Case for a Creator

What would you say is the most readily recognizable scientific icon? Is it DNA, a telescope, or maybe a test tube? … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Genome Code Builds the Case for Creation

A few days ago, I was doing a bit of Christmas shopping for my grandkids and I happened across some really cool construction kits, designed to teach… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Mutations, Cancer, and the Case for a Creator

Cancer. Perhaps no other word evokes more fear, anger, and hopelessness. … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Evolutionary Story Tells the Tale of Creation

In high school I was a bit of a troublemaker. It wasn’t out of the ordinary for me to be summoned to Mr. Reynolds’ office—the… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance Makes the Case for a Creator

What would it be like to live in a world without antibiotics? … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Analysis of Genomes Converges on the Case for a Creator

Are you a Marvel or a DC fan? … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Glue Production Is Not Evidence for Neanderthal Exceptionalism

Football players aren’t dumb jocks—though they often have that reputation. Football is a physically demanding sport that requires… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Scientists Reverse the Aging Process: Exploring the Theological Implications

During those days people will seek death but will not find it; they will long to die, but death will elude them. … read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Origin and Design of the Genetic Code: A One-Two Punch for Creation

True confession: I am a sports talk junkie. It has gotten so bad that sometimes I would rather listen to people talk about the big game than actually… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

New Insights into Genetic Code Optimization Signal Creator’s Handiwork

I knew my career as a baseball player would be short-lived when, as a thirteen-year-old, I made the transition from Little League to the Babe Ruth… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

Is the Optimal Set of Protein Amino Acids Purposed by a Mind?

As a graduate student and a postdoc, I spent countless hours in the lab doing research. Part of my work involved performing biochemical… read more
Dr. Fazale Rana Science News Weekly Round-Up

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