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Dialogue 2008 #2


While Kurt Wise’s original field of expertise is fossils, readers of his book Faith, Form and Time will discover that he is also very familiar with mathematics, astronomy, biology and of course, Scripture. This is what makes him so interesting to listen to. Read the rest of this entry »

Who Is Next?

Who Is Next?


There is a popular saying: “I may disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” These remarks are generally attributed to Voltaire (Francois- Marie Arouet 1694-1778) in pre-revolution France. Today in most western countries, citizens expect these sentiments to be foundational to democracy. Some recent events in the United States however cause many to wonder if people really are entitled to express their own interpretations in matters relating to science. Read the rest of this entry »

Wonderful Water

Wonderful Water


European scientists are excited about the Large Hadron Collider, a massive machine which is expected to begin to perform fancy physics experiments later this year. The idea for this machine was first proposed in the late 1970s. By 1990, European scientists were still trying to raise money to build this expensive device. Now finally in 2008, it should finally begin to work. Read the rest of this entry »

Have you ever had a discussion about creation vs. evolution in which you were asked, “How about the fossil evidence of Neanderthals and the other half-man, half-apes like Lucy?” Read the rest of this entry »

Sometimes it seems so challenging to keep up to date with new titles which present the creation in an interesting fashion. This was not always the case. Thirty years ago, there were few such books. Read the rest of this entry »

The scientist credited with developing a new type of stem cell, says he is very concerned about the process. The ethical problems go far beyond any issues with embryonic stem cells. Read the rest of this entry »