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Noah Way

As a fleet of Noah’s Arks near completion, some critics would like to stop these Titanics from their mythical crossing. The Ark Encounter, despite announcements of its demise, is set to open soon in Kentucky. This Noah’s Ark replica, unlike ̷...

Noah Way

As a fleet of Noah’s Arks near completion, some critics would like to stop these Titanics from their mythical crossing. The Ark Encounter, despite announcements of its demise, is set to open soon in Kentucky. This Noah’s Ark replica, unlike ̷...

New Origin of Life Speculation Featuring Molecular Midwives

Molecular Midwives? Image courtesy of NASA/Jenny Mottar. Joel Kontinen When an article has a title like Molecular ‘Midwives’ Helped Give Birth to RNA we might perhaps not expect to read about empirical science, but then the origin of life b...
by Joel Kontinen on May 17, 2016

Time After Time First Look

Based on the novel by Karl Alexander and movie, it delivers a fantastical cat-and-mouse adventure through time when famed science fiction writer H.G. Wells is transported to modern-day Manhattan in pursuit of Jack the Ripper.
by Box Office Buz on May 14, 2016

Hyundai Genesis India Launch Likely In 2020

The Hyundai Genesis India launch will happen if the automaker receives good demand for its products in the mid-size and premium segments. Hyundai has been playing it very aggressively in the market. The automaker has already made it big in various ma...

Hyundai Genesis India Launch Likely In 2020

The Hyundai Genesis India launch will happen if the automaker receives good demand for its products in the mid-size and premium segments. Hyundai has been playing it very aggressively in the market. The automaker has already made it big in various ma...

THAT GRUDGE

-Another writing from my handsome husband. For those who know the story, Esau despised his brother Jacob for taking his birthright and robbing him of his fathers blessing. (Genesis 27.) Because of this, Esau had… Continue Reading… The post TH...
by Let There Be Pets on May 10, 2016

Weird Deep-Sea Jellyfish Affirms Genesis After Its Kind Principle

“Stunningly beautiful jellyfish.” Image courtesy of NOAA. Joel Kontinen We see beauty in the most unexpected places, from huge nebulae to tiny spiders. We see it in flowers, and even in ourselves. And we shouldn’t forget the deep...
by Joel Kontinen on May 9, 2016

More Evidence for Noah’s Flood: Pollen from Tropical Trees in Antarctica

Araucaria araucana aka monkey puzzle tree. Image courtesy of William S. Kessler, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0). Joel Kontinen Dinosaurs in Alaska. Billions of dead nautiloids in the Grand Canyon. Turtle fossils in the Andes. A whale grav...
by Joel Kontinen on May 7, 2016

Narrative Ark

Complete with an artificial giraffe perched on its prow—or aft, I can never tell the difference—a modern-day Noah’s ark is about to set sail. Or set float. The Bible doesn’t describe any kind of steering or propulsion for the ark … Cont...

Logos “Free Book of the Month” for May 2016 – Why God Won’t Go Away by Alister McGrath

Former atheist Alister McGrath has a doctorate in molecular biophysics has been nothing if not a prolific writer since becoming a Christian. Most of his books would be apologetics and often concern the relationship of science and religion. He is the...
by Reading Acts on May 6, 2016

Logos “Free Book of the Month” for May 2016 – Why God Won’t Go Away by Alister McGrath

Former atheist Alister McGrath has a doctorate in molecular biophysics has been nothing if not a prolific writer since becoming a Christian. Most of his books would be apologetics and often concern the relationship of science and religion. He is the...
by Reading Acts on May 6, 2016

THE ESCAPE CLAUSE

Real grief. Mourning. We have probably all experienced it. Maybe, at this moment, you are smack in the middle of your deepest valley crying out in your grief. Maybe you know the inevitable is getting ready… Continue Reading… The post THE ESC...
by Let There Be Pets on Apr 29, 2016

Fast One Flood

I’m not sure what to believe anymore. This crisis of faith revolves not around religion, but around media. Pundits have been saying for some time that the internet has meant the slow death of journalism, and there are so many … Continue readi...

Attributes of God: The Righteous God

[Rigidly] righteous are You, O Lord, and upright are Your judgments and all expressions of Your will Psalm 119:137 AMP God is the standard of what is right and true. He is morally right, just and free from guilt and sin. He not only made the Law, se...
by Searching the Scriptures on Apr 25, 2016

Bubble Nebula: The Heavens Declare The Glory of God

The NGC 7635 Bubble Nebula. Image courtesy of NASA, ESA, Hubble Heritage Team. Joel Kontinen The Hubble Space Telescope has just given as a stunning view of the Bubble Nebula. New Scientist gives some background facts: “The giant bubble, al...
by Joel Kontinen on Apr 23, 2016

How Evil Can Society Become?

Selfishness abounds. Violence in society stems from that. The more people seek to elevate self, the greater the violence in society will become. We can argue until we're blue in the face about the fluctuation of crime and why this exists. We can talk...
by Study-Grow-Know on Apr 18, 2016

Hyundai Genesis Luxury Sedan Spotted In Bangalore

When it comes to sedans, or rather luxury sedans, one wouldn’t think of a Hyundai car even in the top 5. That mindset is exactly what Hyundai Motor India would want to change with the new Genesis. Up until recently, the Hyundai Sonata was the K...

7th Century B.C. Inscriptions Suggest the Old Testament Is Really Old

Inscriptions found in the desert fortress of Arad (above) suggest the Old Testament was written earlier than many assumed. Image courtesy of Acer11, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0). Joel Kontinen Sceptics tend to believe that the ancient Israe...
by Joel Kontinen on Apr 13, 2016

The Golden Ratio In Us: We're Fearfully And Wonderfully Made

Leonardo da Vinci: Mona Lisa (public domain). Joel Kontinen The golden ratio is a hallmark of great beauty. We’ll get it if we divide a straight line into two parts so that the longer part divided by the smaller part is as long as the entire l...
by Joel Kontinen on Apr 7, 2016


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